Among New World wine-producing countries, Chile has earned a reputation as a value leader, with many good-to-excellent wines. If one grape is king in the Chilean wine regions, it’s Cabernet Sauvignon and close to it the Carmenère. The primary wine regions include the valleys of Maipo, Colchagua, and Casablanca. Wine tourism in Chile is still incipient, although the country is an important wine producer, mainly oriented to the foreign market. Theres about 100 wineries open for wine tourism in Chile.