The Mystique of Maipo

How Chile’s top region sets itself apart

The Mystique of Maipo
The Maipo Valley vineyards of Baron Philippe de Rothschild Chile (Courtesy Baron Philippe de Rothschild)
From the May 31, 2022, issue

Among a mosaic of distinct terroirs in Chile, the historic Maipo region continues to be the star of the country's wine industry, home to many of the most acclaimed wineries, such as Concha y Toro, Almaviva and Viña Santa Rita. What makes this region so special? Get Wine Spectator associate editor Aaron Romano’s recent report on Chilean wines from the May 31, 2022, issue, including scores and tasting notes for top Cabernet Sauvignons and blends.

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