Aconcagua valley

The Aconcagua Valley is a wine-producing region of Chile, located 60 miles north of the capital, Santiago.

It was long thought that this hot, dry valley was not suitable for growing wine grapes – the Chilean wine pioneer Don Maximiano Errazuriz was ridiculed when he planted his first vines here – but the quality of the region's modern-day Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot has robustly reversed this opinion.

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