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The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to offer you a large range of 3 “Foreign Chiles”.
Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in great wines and rare vintages. He pays close attention to the choice of “Chile Foreign Wines” to offer you the best price for guaranteed quality.

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CLOS PERDIZ CHARDONNAY VIOGNIER 2021 CHILE 75CL
Clos Perdiz Chardonnay Viognier 2022 Chile 75CL

The Maule Valley is a wine region of the central valley of Chile.legally defined and protected geographical indication used to identify where grapes for a wine have been grown. The region is located at 250 km south of SANTIAGO, capital of CHILE, is part of the Central Valley region. It is one of Chile's largest wine growing regions and one of the oldest and most diverse valleys in the country.
The Maule Valley was one of the first regions in Chile where vines were planted and its viticultural history dates back to the beginning of colonization.

Grapes: Chardonnay, Viognier


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aromo privata reserva carmenere chili 2019 75cl

AROMO PRIVADA RESERVA CARMENERE CHILE 2019
DO MAULE VALLEY

The Maule Valley is a wine region of the central valley of Chile.legally defined and protected geographical indication used to identify where grapes for a wine have been grown. The region is located at 250 km south of SANTIAGO, capital of CHILE, is part of the Central Valley region. It is one of Chile's largest wine growing regions and one of the oldest and most diverse valleys in the country.
The Maule Valley was one of the first regions in Chile where vines were planted and its wine history dates back to the beginning of colonization.

 

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MAIPO DOP ISLA DE LA MAIPO CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2020 75CL

MAIPO DOP ISLA DE LA MAIPO CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2020 75CL

Grape Cabernet Sauvignon 

Isla de Maipo is a municipality of Chile located in the Province of Talagante, itself located in the Metropolitan Region of Santiago in Chile.
Pietro De Martino arrived in Chile from Italy in 1934 and decided to seek a place as unique as the wine he dreamed of making. 
Isla de Maipo, with its alluvial soils and Mediterranean climate, offered the perfect conditions to craft classic wines in a fresh and elegant style.
Today, with more than 80 years of experience, the winery brings together the experience of the third generation of the family - represented by Pietro, Marco and Remo De Martino - with the dynamism and vision of the fourth generation - Marco Antonio and Sebastián De Martino - who, together with winemaker Nicolás Pérez, led the winery's projects.



The geography and local climates of Chile's wine regions are determined to a greater extent by proximity to mountains and the influence of the ocean than by latitude. Indeed, the geographical particularities of the country have created micro-climates within the different wine regions.

Chile's most important red grape variety is by far the Cabernet Sauvignon, which accounts for more than a third of all vines planted. Then comes the Pais, grown mainly in the south of the non-irrigated country, mainly sold on the local market. the Carménère has become very popular in recent times, this variety originating from Bordeaux has found a climate and soils conducive to the development of this variety in Chile.

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