Chile

In the middle of the 19th century wealthy industrialists and landowners who wanted their vineyards to produce wines on the European model introduced grape varieties such as cabernet sauvignon, merlot and chardonnay amongst others, into Chile. It is important to note that even today these vines are still un-grafted and grow on their own rootstocks. The shelter of the Andes and the coastal Pacific Cordillera mountain range creates a gentle Mediterranean influence, which allows for consistent quality of the vintage year on year. Their wines have become renowned for their purity of flavour, tremendous fruit and concentrated richness. Chile has undoubtedly established itself as a benchmark on the international wine scene for its pioneering emphasis on producing consumer friendly, quality wines that are appreciated the world over.

Central Valley
Tierra del Rey
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 17
Merlot 17
Chardonnay 17
£6.39 £6.39 £6.39
Sauvignon Blanc 17
   
   
£6.39 £6.39 £6.39
Central Valley
Altitudes  
Cabernet Sauvignon 17
Merlot 17
Carmenere 17
£6.69 £6.69 £6.69
Pinot Noir 16
Chardonnay 17
Sauvignon Blanc 17

 
 
£7.49  £6.69  £6.69
 Curico Valley
 Pacifico Sur
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 17
 Merlot 16
 Carmenere 17

£6.49  £6.49  £6.49
Chardonnay 17
Sauvignon Blanc 17
Rose 17
£6.49 £6.49 £6.49
Maule Valley
Waylla  
Cabernet Sauvignon 16
Merlot 16
Chardonnay 16
£6.49 £6.49 £6.49
Sauvignon Blanc 16
   
   
£6.49    
Casablanca Valley
Vistamar Reserva
 
Sepia Pinot Noir 16
Sepia Malbec 16  Sepia Chardonnay 16
£7.95 £7.95  £7.95
Sauvignon Blanc 17
   
   
£7.95    
Maipo Valley Cousino Macul  
Antiguas Reservas Cabernet Sauvignon
Antiguas Reservas Merlot
Antiguas Reservas Chardonnay
£15.79 £15.79 £15.79
Isadora Sauvignon Gris    
   
£13.79