Chilean wine is recognized in the U.S. market

This market has experienced consumer-level changes, including the increased use of online channels and a greater appreciation of the experience.

The U.S. market remains one of the most relevant markets for national wines, which is why during the last years have developed powerful campaigns to position the product National in the premium segment.

This market has experienced consumer-level changes, including the increased use of online channels and a greater appreciation of the experience.

Red wines are the ones that dominate the growth in the premium segment, highlighting Cabernet Sauvignon, Red blends and Pinot Noir. By price range, the strongest growth segment is between $11 and $15, with Cabernet Sauvignon experiencing the highest growth in this segment.

The beginning of the 2018 has been auspicious for Chile, being the Chilean wines recognized in the first months of the year in various media. The Week, Chicago Tribune, wine Enthusiast, Vine Pair and Architectural Digest were some of the newspapers, magazines and websites that highlighted Chile and its immense diversity and quality of its wines.

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