Chilean Wine, produced in the South American country of Chile, has a long history in viticulture dating back to the Spanish Conquistadors of the 16th century when they brought Vitis vinifera with them to the New World. Chile is geographically and climatically dominated by the Andes Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The climate is said to be between that of California and France, relatively little rain with warm days and cool nights making it well suited for the vineyard. Wine production really took off in the mid 1990’s and Chile is now the fourth largest exporter of wines to the United States. Take a minute to peruse our abundant selection of wines from this exciting wine region, and enjoy the natural flavors of Chile.