It seems everyone looks to Argentina for Malbec, but have you tried it from #Chile 🍷? Or how about their diverse range of white wines, they both offer good quality and great value, like our Nostros wines from the Valle Del Bio Bio - a Reserva #Malbec at £8.99 and a Reserva #Riesling at £8.50

The Valle Del Bio Bio is one of Chile's most southern #wine producing regions, lying nearly 500 km south of the capital of Santiago, between the Andes Mountains and the Coastal Range - only the Malleco Valley wine region produces commercially further south. Lying The region at a latitude of 36°S, similar to that of southern #Spain the Province of #BioBío was created on October 13, 1875 and is named from the Bio Bio river which flows through it and the majority of its vineyards lie between 50 and 200 m above sea level

The Bío Bío Valley is a challenging one! It’s not only a cool climate, but is experiences more wind, rain and climate variation than other Chilean wine regions, which his lends itself to being ideal for growing grape varieties of a more complex aromatic style like Riesling'

In an nutshell it's a little over looked as a wine region but it creates some cracking, great value for money wines that are definitely worth a try, Cheers!


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