4 Reasons to Drink Chilean Wine

Quick: name the world’s premier wine-producing regions?

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If you asked only a few decades ago, the invariable answer would have been: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Napa and Sonoma Valleys. The usual suspects. Today, the wine world is truly world-wide. From Australia to Germany to South Africa to Chile, every region’s geography, climate, and soil conditions make for incredibly nuanced flavors. Select Natura wines are created from carefully cultivated grapes from the finest wine valleys in Chile; prepare to taste South America’s best.

Why opt for Chilean wine? Why not! But here are a few connoisseur-worthy reasons:


  • Chilly Chile. The region is 20+ degrees cooler than many “traditional” wine-producing regions. Because of this, and the unique composition of the land, Chilean wines take on new and exciting flavors and finishes. Natura Pinot Noir, for example, is produced not far from the cool Pacific. The robust red features aromas of strawberry with subtle spices — and a finish you won’t forget.
  • Red, white – or green? Chile is a leader in the eco-friendly wine industry. Natura wines are crafted from organic grapes from the country’s most outstanding valleys. Each bottle contains wines produced from healthy, high-quality ingredients, and each glass poured is a clean, crisp pleasure. Respect for the land that yields these fine grapes is a top priority.
  • Amazing varietals. A varietal wine is made from a single grape variety. Pinot Noir, for example, is made from the Pinot Noir grape — a well-known and well-loved grape from Burgundy. Chile’s cooler climate imparts fresh nuance, resulting in a delicate, complex, versatile wine.
  • Outstanding value. Wine is one of life’s simple pleasures, and Chilean varietals enable you to enjoy it affordably. With outstanding options, from Natura Pinot Noir to Chardonnay, you can find the perfect accompaniment to your next meal or the ideal gift for a host(ess) for around $20 or less.

The best reason to try Chilean wine: it simply tastes wonderful. With six reds and three whites to try, you’ll taste the very best of the region with Natura wines.