Chile has the Pacific coastline to the west, and the Andes Mountains to the east.
Maule Valley is Chile's largest wine region.
The region has been known for producing cheap table wine, but the production is gradually beeing replaced with better quality.
Maipo Valley is the home to some of the best wines in Chile.
The region is known for producing a rich and fruit-driven Cabernet Sauvignon described as the "Bordeaux of South America".
Casablanca Valley has become one of Chile's quality wine regions.
The region is best known for crispy white Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, but also for a cool climate Pinot Noir in the coastal area.
Aconcagua is a hot and dry valley, not the best suitable for wine production, but the Valley is known for producing modern style quality wines.
San Antonio Valley produces quality Pinot Noir and internationally respected Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
New World wines are produced outside the traditional winegrowing areas of Europe:
Old World wines are produced in countries with a long wine production history: