Colchagua Valley



Officially a sub-region of the Rapel Valley (along with Cachapoal), Colchagua has earned a well-deserved reputation for producing great Merlot, Carmenére, and Syrah. That’s largely down to two significant wineries: Casa Lapostolle and Viña Montes.

In terms of volume, it’s Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot that lead the pack in Colchagua, both of which tend to follow the region’s reputation for full-throttle flavour in its red wines.

Chile has tried hard in recent years to try and get us wine-drinkers to think of its regions rather than just as a solid wine-producing county. Looking at areas like Colchagua as a distinct terroir is a great way to start that journey. ng superior Merlot wines.

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