VALLE DE CASABLANCA
Casablanca Valley is a denomination of Chilean origin for wines from the homonymous wine-growing subregion that meet the requirements established by Decree of Agriculture No. 464 of December 14, 1994, which establishes the country’s wine-growing zoning and sets the standards for Their use as appellations of origin.
The Valley of Casablanca is within the wine-growing region of Aconcagua and comprises the commune of the same name of the Region of Valparaiso. The influence of the sea in this subregion helps maintain a moderate temperature that oscillates between 27ºC and 23ºC during the months of January and April, being frequently affected by frost, which in its lower historical measurement has reached the -8ºC. Its condition as a “cold climate valley” has given it excellent commercial recognition, which translates into ideal conditions for the cultivation of red varieties such as Pinot Noir, Syrah and Carménère, and white varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, which produce wines Of intense citric aroma.