The Aconcagua River runs east from the charming costal town of Valparaiso ...
The Aconcagua River runs east from the charming costal town of Valparaiso and bisects the land creating the valley after which it was named. While alluvial soils predominate the Aconcagua Valey along its river throughout, its east-west flow creates drastically different conditions on each of its ends. Its western, seaside vineyards, with clay and stony soils upon gently rolling hills, produce cool-climate varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Its inner region is one of Chile’s hottest and produces some of its best red wines. Panquehue in the inner Aconcagua is the site of Chile’s first Syrah vines, planted in 1993.
Errazuriz Don Maximiano Founder's Reserva 2010Cabernet Sauvignon from Aconcagua Valley, Chile
Sena 2010Bordeaux Red Blends from Aconcagua Valley, Chile