The Bío-Bío Valley is the most southern region in Chile situated on 450 km south of Santiago alongside the Bío-Bío River. The climate is very cold with windy and rainy weather conditions making the region very suitable for white grape varieties and light red grapes as well. The extreme climate allows extended growing season which is much better for the development of complex aromatics in the white wines. The last ten to fifteen years the region has proven some great results, and it is becoming increasingly popular with the Riesling and the Viognier grape varieties. Of course, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc thrive as well as the Pinot Noir.
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