Chilean winemaker Aurelio Montes Jr. hopped over the Andes in 2001 to establish Kaiken. His greatest vices are skydiving and drinking wine
In the second of our Chilean winemakers to watch series, Amanda Barnes counts down from 10 to one.
In the first of a two-part series, we take a look at 20 of Chile’s most promising winemakers, each chosen for their creative and critically-acclaimed approach.
Don Melchor hosted its first “parcel” tasting this week with head winemaker Enrique Tirado explaining the complexities of parcel selection and blending.
To understand how to crack the +£10 wine barrier, Chilean producer Concha y Toro hosted a blind tasting and discussion with key members from across the UK trade
The most notable development in the Chilean wine industry today is an urge to look towards the country’s past, and with that, a focus on the more southerly part of the nation.
While many changes are taking place within Chile to improve grape quality, it is the increasingly extreme plantings that is the most remarkable development.
There’s no continent more closely associated with the ‘wine icon’ than South America, and no country more adapt at creating them than Chile.
Wines of the Beautiful South returned to Kensington Olympia for its second year with a new set-up and an increase in attendance.
Chile’s Pinot Noirs are rapidly improving in quality, helped by ageing vines, cool-climate coastal locations, and a couple of Burgundian winemakers.
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