Chile

One of the southern hemisphere’s oldest leading producers, Chile has geographic and historical particularities which give a unique character and identity to its wines, which are becoming increasingly more popular internationally.

Making great stories grow

Sogrape's arrival in Chile in 2008 strengthened its presence in the region, bearing out its desire to expand its own relevant origins of New World wines, which began two decades before in Argentina, on the other side of the Andes Mountains.
163
Hectares of Vineyards
7
Grape Varieties Planted
> 67%
export

Explore our regions and our wines

Get to know our regions

Chile has an unparalleled setting. Long and narrow, its diversity comes from the proximity between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes, with several different regions. From east to west, three major zones – Coast, Intermountain and Andes – encompass countless valleys with varying soils and climates, influenced by maritime coolness and ocean humidity, together with the solar intensity and temperature span of the mountains. French inspiration brought red and white grape varieties which adapted quite well, particularly Carmenére, Chile’s most emblematic.

Our wines

Offering high-quality wines and great brands is an age-old belief at Sogrape. It has always been this way. For us, each bottle symbolises a new story, a new way of expression, and an invitation to explore nature and its aromas. It is during this new journey towards new destinations where unparalleled moments and experiences can be found.

Latest News from Chile

Keep up with the latest news from our producer in Chile.