Chile is a long, narrow country with the Andes Mountains to the east, Pacific Ocean to the West, the Atacama Desert to the north and Antartica to the south.
Most grape growing is concentrated in the central section of the country.
Chile´s climate is suited for producing premium wine grapes like no other:
• Long, dry summers.
• Warm days and cool nights.
• Ample water supply from rainy winters and Andes snow-melt.
• Just-so winters (not to cold, not too hot).
Chile has other advantages:
• Modest land costs.
• Modest labor costs.
• Stable macro-economic environment.
• Pro-business government.
• Simple tax laws.