San Antonio Valley

Valle de San Antonio

It is one of the newest wine-growing zones of the country with premium wines of the chardonnay, sauvignon blanc and syrah varietals. It is located in an area that is part of  the “Cordillera de la Costa” mountain range, a geological formation that separates Santiago and the harbor city of San Antonio. In this area, the small grape clusters mature slowly thanks to the winds of the Pacific.

Recommended links:
San Antonio Valley National Tourism service, Sernatur.cl.
Photo: courtesy of Viña Casa Marín - Casamarin.cl.

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