Chile sits at the same latitude to the south as France and Napa do to the north, so it makes sense that great wines come out of the country. Chilean wine hasn’t penetrated the American and European scene quite as thoroughly as Argentinean wine has, which means it’s still easy to find good wine for cheap. Concha Y Toro is the most commonly available Chilean wine in the U.S., but looks for bottles from smaller boutique vineyards like Loma Larga or Casa Marin. Carménère is Chile’s most known wine, because the grapes are rarely found other places. On the white side, they make a lot of good Sauvignon Blanc.