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At 4,270km long and on average only 177km wide, it's easy to understand the great diversity Chilean wines have to offer.  In addition to the sheer latitudinal range the wine regions, which are often based on geographical and political boundaries have more recently been classified into three subzones.  These subzone allow for the distinct longitudinal climatic differences to be acknowledge, and are broken into the Andes (orange) to the east, the middle zone which is flatter and consists of the a number of valleys called the Entre Cordilleras (green) and the coastal zone which is characterised by a range of granitic mountains that run along the coastline and far surpass the Andes in age, called the Costal zone (blue).  

Wine regions of Chile

Climatic Zones 

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