Chilean wines are available in different types such as white, rosé, and red wines. They are also available in varying sugar content, ranging from dry to sweet.
- Dry wine: Pronounced fruity notes and delicate acidity.
- Semi-dry wine: Combines berry notes with a touch of cinnamon and pepper.
- Semi-sweet wine: Bright floral hints in its bouquet with notes of peach, blackberry, and currant. The color of the wine varies from bright scarlet to pale golden.
- Sweet wine: Embodies the taste of jam, marmalade, and sugary fruit. Very viscous and complex drinks.
Chilean wines are known for their unique flavor and aroma, with hints of fruit, cinnamon, pepper, and floral scents. They are best served with dinner and should be chilled before serving. Red wine is best served with lean meats such as beef or chicken, while white wine is traditionally better served with fish or seafood, and light vegetable appetizers. For pink wine, it is ideal for not sugary desserts or fruit dishes.