The history of winegrowing dates back to the 16th Century in Chile. The country enjoys a wonderful climate for growing wine grapes. Located west of the Andes, Chile's climate varies from the heat of the arid, rocky, mountainous desert to the north and the icy, cold, Antarctic expanse in the south. Chile's vineyards flourish in the warm, fertile valleys that are positioned between the two dramatic climate zones. The Santa Regina wines found in our selection below hail from Chile's treasured Central Valley.
Please click on the bottles below to find out more about the various Chilean wines: