We're proud to list a range of Chilean wine Hong Kong. Like much of South America, Chilean Wine owes a great deal to Spanish missionaries and conquistadors. Its unique Pacific coastal influence however, and the effect of the Andes to the east make it a unique region. Many French grapes like Sauvignon Blanc, Merlot, Chardonnay, Carménère, and of course Cabernet Sauvignon, have become Chile's most common plantings. Chile's geographic isolation means their vineyards have not been threatened by phylloxera and are on ungrafted rootstock. While some vintages can differ, Chile mostly enjoys consistent quality every year. The extended hours of sunshine so far below the equator, help to create concentrated, flavorful wines. Chile exceptional geography has almost limitless potential for wine makers. The Aconcaqua region has gained recognition for its Bordeaux blends, and in cooler sites Pinot Noir has thrived as well. The Colchagua Valley is well known internationally for its Malbec and Cabernet, with its high altitudes and Pacific breezes. The Southern region has long been the site of lower quality boxed wines made with Pais, but quality is always improving as foreign investment and technological advances makes itself felt. Nearly 12 million hl of Chilean Wine is produced annually, and while Chile has not seen the broad experimentation with other varietals as in Australia or the US, the quality of Chilean Wine has never been higher.