The wines of the Casablanca Valley, Chile

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The Casablanca Valley is the discovery of the last decade and today it is one of the fastest growing areas for viticulture in Chile, especially for Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Merlot grapes thrive in the cool growing conditions, showing high acidity and fresh fruit aromas.

The climate in this valley can be described as cold Mediterranean. Its closeness to the ocean tempers its climate and winters tend to be mild with only a slight risk of frost. Summers also are fairly mild with moderate temperatures (a Region I according to the Winkler system). November to April, the critical harvest period in the Southern hemisphere is usually dry.

The vineyards are planted on the flatter plains and on the gentle slopes of the Casa Blanca valley. Generally, the soil is of relatively poor quality with low fertility, and therefore good for growing wine grapes.
Vineyards operating within this area are: Veramonte, Villard State, Via Indomita, Via Mar de Casablanca, Casas del Bosque and William Cole among others.

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