Vintages in Chile

Vintages in Chile Chilean flag

Chilean viticulture dates from the time of conquistadors who imported vines from Europe in the 16th century. The country has not experienced the ravages of phylloxera, and keep not grafted vines brought in the mid-19th century by Don Luis Cousio. The production of wines is largely in the Central Valley, a region bordered by two mountain ranges, crossing many rivers such as the Aconcagua, the Maipo, the Cachapoal the Tinguiririca, the Teno, the Lontu, the Loncomilla and the Maule, and extending over 80 km north and 350 km south of the capital Santiago.

 
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Vintages Maipo Valley Casablanca Valley (White) Colchagua Valley (Red)
2005 18 17 18
2004 17 17 17
2003 17 17 17
2002 15 14 14
2001 17 17 17
2000 16 16 16
1999 17 17 17
1998 14 13 14
1997 17 17 17
1996 17 17 17
1995 17 14 16
1994 17 16 16
1993 16 16 16
1992 15 17 15
1991 15 18 16
1990 17 16 17
1989 16 18 17
1988 16 17 16
1987 16 16 15
1986 16 15 14
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