Take a look at some of Chile's most exciting winemaking regions and get recipes to pair with the wines being made there.
Bio Bio Valley
In the evening, mists drift down from the Andes into the Bio Bio Valley, cooling the vineyards. The days are long in this cool southern latitude, and the fruit develops nice and slow. Pais, the grapes the Spaniards introduced into Chile in the 16th Century, is still the most planted grape here, but more recognizable grapes like Chardonnay, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer also find a good home in the vineyards of the Bio Bio Valley.