Although Chile is a long and narrow strip of land, its territory presents a great diversity to different landscapes which are essential to its wine making capabilities. They are formed by the large mountain ranges that run from the north to south, the Andes and the Coastal. These crossing ranges hold riverbeds that run in the same direction, that have been formed over millions of years and which now serve as the main water channels which are especially valuable for growing vines. As Chilean wine continues to grow in popularity, many people are starting to recognise Chilean rosé wine as one of the more popular categories. Chilean rosé is made from a variety of different grapes including Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Petit Verdot.