Take a look at some of Chile's most exciting winemaking regions and get recipes to pair with the wines that are being made there.
The Maule Valley produces more wine than any other Chilean region. There are many microclimates and soil types within the Maule Valley, which leads to a diversity of wine grapes and styles. The main grape is Cabernet Sauvignon, followed closely by Chile's original European grape, Pais, which was brought here by Spanish conquistadors. Merlot and Carmenere also have substantial plantings.