Saturday sees Chile and Argentina go head-to-head in football’s Copa América final – but if it were a wine competition, which nation would win?
Chilean wine producer Santa Rita Estates is spending €500,000 on a new marketing campaign in Ireland in a bid to build on its success in the country.
Chilean producer Santa Carolina has launched an “icon” wine with a difference, modelling it on the style of wine made by the brand in the 1950s.
Consumer interest in organic wines was kick started by the trend for organic baby food, according to one of Chile’s leading organic producers.
Francisco Baettig, chief winemaker of Errazuriz, is returning to the fresher, lower alcohol style of wine made at the estate in the ‘80s to cater to consumer tastes.
Viña Ventisquero has launched “Kalfu”, a range of wines designed to show off the different expressions that exist across Chile’s coastal regions.
Wine and spirit producer Bardinet has unveiled a new website for its Chilean wine brand Las Niñas.
Torres is advancing its exploration of new regions and “lost” grape varieties as the producer seeks to enhance wine quality in the face of climate change.
Good Pinot Noir is unlikely to come cheaply, but the drinks business Global Pinot Noir Masters 2015 revealed where some of the best value under £30 can be found.
Taiwanese authorities have seized 30,000 bottles of wine from an importer in New Taipei, which are thought to be bulk wine rebranded as top Bordeaux.
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