To the west of Santiago and practically touching Chile’s central coast, Casablanca Valley’s Mediterranean-cold weather is strongly influenced by the Pacific Ocean and its cold Humboldt current, a chilling agent born at the very Antarctica and whose effects can be felt all along the Chilean coast. Humboldt makes itself present through the fog, cloudiness and cooling breezes that characterize the region and conspire to produce a relatively delayed harvest. Especially suited for whites and Pinot Noir.
The varieties we grow in Casablanca Valley are:
Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Gewürztraminner, Pinot Noir, Merlot.