This is Chile’s most productive and internationally known wine region, due predominately to its proximity to the national capital Santiago. It is located directly across the Andes’ from one of Argentina’s wine regions: Mendoza Province. Within the Central Valley there are four wine growing subregions: the Maipo Valley, the Rapel Valley, the Curicó Valley and the Maule Valley.
Mediterranean climate, with the cool, dry summers and mild, rainy winters characteristic of the western coasts of all the continents between 30° and 40° latitude
The soil is generally clayey, with the presence of gravel and volcanic material.
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