Most of Chile’s vineyards are located in the Central Valley, which lies between the coastal range the Andes mountains.
Four wine regions occupy this area from North to South:
1. Aconcagua- North of Santiago, the warmest are for fine grapes.
2. Maipo- Home to many of the country’s major wineries.
3. Rapel- Cooler region than Maipo.
4. Maule- Cooler and less dray than Rapel.
Unico Luis Miguel Cabernet Sauvignon Gran Reserva 2004