Rapel Valley

Rapel Valley is a large Chilean wine producing area. It is spready over the Cachpoal and Colchagua valleys and produces around 25% of all Chilean wine. It has a warm and dry climate which allows for the growth of a wide range of different grapes. Mountain ranges on both sides shelter the region from the Pacific Ocean, further boosting its yields and wine growth.

Generally, the Rapel Valley is well-known for its red wines, but it doesn’t all end there. Plantings of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc ensure there are some fresh and flavourful white wines available from the region.

Rapel Valley is a large Chilean wine producing area. It is spready over the Cachpoal and Colchagua valleys and produces around 25% of all Chilean wine. It has a warm and dry climate which allows for the growth of a wide range of different grapes. Mountain ranges on both sides shelter the region from the Pacific Ocean, further boosting its yields and wine growth.

Generally, the Rapel Valley is well-known for its red wines, but it doesn’t all end there. Plantings of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc ensure there are some fresh and flavourful white wines available from the region.

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