Tag: Chilean wine

  1. South American Wines with Altitude

    South American Wines with Altitude In recent years, a trend has emerged where winemakers have been increasingly using the term “high-altitude” on their wine labels as a major selling point.  This has especially been the case in the South American wine-producing countries of Chile and Argentina which sit on either side of the snow-capped Andes mountain range.  Vines Read more...
  2. Espíritu de Chile – Capturing the Spirit of Chile through Wine

    Espíritu de Chile – Capturing the Spirit of Chile through Wine Wine, like music, has the ability to evoke memories of places, people and experiences with amazing clarity.  Sipping a glass of Riesling Kabinett can easily transport you back to a holiday in the Mosel Valley or tasting a white Port can remind you of a lazy summer’s afternoon spent in a Porto bar overlooking the Douro River. However, in Read more...
  3. Viña VIK – A Chilean Winery Putting the “Whole” into “Holistic”

    Viña VIK – A Chilean Winery Putting the “Whole” into “Holistic” Tremendous changes are taking place in the Chilean wine industry.  The long held perception of Chile has been that it is a source of consistent, competitively priced wines at the value end of the spectrum.  Chile hasn’t automatically sprung to mind as a producer of some of the world’s finest wines.  That is until now.  A new Read more...

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