Chile - a narrow strip of land (the length from north to south is about 4300 km and from west to east - an average of only 180 km) on the west coast of South America. This is a country with a relatively young wine culture. A number of factors combined make Chilean wines the best ones in South America. The soil here - varied, oceanic climate - moderate, and although almost universally requires irrigation, it poses no problem - streams and rivers flowing to the Pacific Ocean to the Andes, provide a full water irrigation systems. From November to March in Chile are practically no rain, and the combination of hot dry days and cool nights allows the grapes to fully ripen and for a long time. Grow this vine easily enough, but to produce quality wine, as always, requires knowledge, experience and a great desire to make the best wine possible. Chile has never invaded phylloxera, and so the vines can grow out of their natural roots without grafting. Besides all these natural advantages should be noted that some of the finest vineyards in Chile were planted in the XIX century, French wine growers, who gave the locals their methods and secrets of making quality wines.
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