CHILE IS BACK !

With more and more small boutique winery dedicated to quality and the expression of the terroir Chili is offering the wine consumer some amazing wines.

With the New Classification of Wine Region, Quality and Terroir are becoming more and more a concern to Chilean wine producer.

One of the region is called Entre Cordillera. It extend from North to South.

Our Villasenor Blend 2009 is made of grape grown in the Lontue Valley (Maule Region) and in the Maipo Region.

With the New Classification of Wine Region, Quality and Terroir are becoming more and more a concern to Chilean wine producer.
One of the region is called Entre Cordillera. It extend from North to South.

Our Villasenor Blend 2009 is made of grape grown in the Lontue Valley (Maule Region) and in the Maipo Region.

Maule Valley : One of the largest and oldest wine region in Chile.
Located 155 miles South of Santiago, the region offers newer plantations including Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Carmenere with bright acidity and juicy fruit.
Many hectares grown organically; many have been certified for decades.

Maipo Valley: Closest wine region to Santiago.
Vineyards stretch eastward from Santiago to the Andes and westward to the coast to form three distinct sectors of the Maipo Valley best known for its well-balanced red wines. Alto Maipo reaches into the foothills and produces some of Chile’s leading Cabernets.

The New Entre Cordillera Area:
The geographic indication “Entre Cordilleras” is the strip of land that runs between the Andes and the Coastal Mountains, the two ranges that provide natural borders to the east and west respectively.
 
These 2 regions of Maule and Maipo have received the new classification of Entre Cordilleras Area. This new zone produce more than 60% of all the wine in Chile. The area is ideal for Red wines. At the northern part of the Entre Cordilleras Area lies a region called Coquimbo Valley better known under Limari. In that region, the tradition has been to produce Pisco. Now the Pisco plant is being abandon to small organic produciton of Syrah and Carmenere. The soil and climate is giving a strong identity to each grape.
Most of the wine-producing municipalities in Chile’s Southern Region belong to the Entre Cordilleras sector