Constance Chamberlain

Location: New York, NY

Wine Marketing Professional for Austria, Chile, and Pernod Ricard, millenial wino,WSET Diploma student, freelance wine writer, permanent Greek wine supporter. My favorite wine regions are generally those that are the lesser-known, come find out why!

Chile's Coastal Wines

The cooling winds and influence of the ocean on Chile's coast makes it an optimum place to grow quality wines. In areas such as Casablanca, Leyda, and even in the Colchagua, Lolol, and Maipo Valleys, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc reign supreme. Here are some great wines to try to experience the coast.

 

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2. Cool Coast Sauvignon Blanc Casa Silva (2011)

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  • 1370008Jim Goddard Try Montes Alpha Syrah ($20 - 25). Their Cabernet is excellent as well. Try Montgras Quatro ($15). Try a surprising value, LaPlaya Sauvignon Blanc ($8). Also, in your description of Chile's wine producing areas, you say they are only 9000m apart, north to south, and that is only 9 kilometers or less than 5 miles; and it cannot be 9000 kilometers because the whole country is not quite that long. It is a wonderful country in many, many ways; their outstanding wine values being one of them. In Chile you can buy a quite drinkable wine in the Super Mercado for less than a 2 liter bottle of Coke (such as Gato, which can be quite nice). Visit Santa Cruz, and while there go to the museum a block from the town square.



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