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Little did the Spanish conquistadors and missionaries who brought grape vines to Chile in the 16th Century know that Chile would become one of the world’s top wine producing countries—giving Spain a run for its money. Chile’s diverse climate and terrain enable the cultivation of a wide range of grape varieties, and Chileans produce a broad range of New World wines, though the main grapes used are Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Carmenère. Chile’s numerous wine regions, with the Andes Mountain range on their doorstep, each offer something unique when it comes to landscape, wine and local cuisine.

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