The Maipo Valley is one of the most famous and historical wine-producing regions in Chile located just south of the capital Santiago. The area is considered to be the best for red wines, and from here are coming as well the best-known export wines in the country made from the French varieties that were introduced on a large in the middle of the 19th century. Maipo Valley lies between the Andes and the coastal Cordillera and is crossed by the water-rich rivers Maipo and Mapocho which are very important for the irrigation of the vineyards. The climate is particularly suitable for red grape varieties, and it is characterized by warm, dry summers with cool nights and strong temperature fluctuations between day and night and short, mild winters with rain.
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