Maipo Valley

Valle del Maipo

It is the most traditional wine-growing area of the country; its name comes from the Maipo River, the most significant river close to Santiago. Most wellknown vineyards of the country produce their wines in this region, with a Mediterranean climate of four distinct seasons. Cabernet sauvignon is the most prevalent varietal of the zone.

Recommended link:
Maipo Valley: Maipoalto.com/]ValledelCachapoal.
Photo: courtesy of Viña Cousiño Macul - Cousinomacul.cl.

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