Rapel Valley

Chile

Rapel Valley

Chile’s Rapel Valley is actually comprised of two smaller sections – the Cachapoal Valley and the Colchagua, and is one of the largest producing regions in the central valley area, producing around a quarter of all Chilean wine. The dry, warm weather means that the wines made in the Rapel are usually earthy, full bodied and tannic. In some sub-regions of the Rapel, the weather is cooler, making for a more fruity taste in the grapes and a structured acidity.

Wines from Rapel Valley...