Maule Valley is the largest and the oldest wine-growing region in Chile located around 250 km south of the capital Santiago. The area is one of the first to be planted from the Spanish conquistadors during the 16th century. Due to its large producing area and topography, the climate varies greatly from the cool coastal area of the Cordilleras, which are influenced by the Pacific Ocean, and the very hot valley to the foothills of the Andes in the east. The climatic conditions help the red grapes such as Carménère, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah to gain specific characteristics unique for the Maule Valley region.
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