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Of all Chile’s many exports—from copper to fruit to salmon—none has a broader appeal or greater recognition for excellence than wine. Ranging from the Elqui Valley in the north, home of distilled grape liquor Pisco and new plantings of Syrah, to the Malleco Valley near Temuco in the South, where vintners are experimenting with Burgundy-style Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Chile’s central valley hosts an incredible diversity of landscapes and climates.

Some of the most prominent valleys in the region—several within easy striking distance of Santiago—offer established wine routes through some of their most important vineyards for visitors hoping to learn more about the incredible wines that Chile has to offer.

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