Soto: Chile has copied NZ for too long

Chilean winemakers have been copying New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc for too long and need to find their own style according to Rodrigo Soto of Veramonte.

Faulconer: ‘We’re not chasing scores anymore’

Chilean winemakers have grown in confidence and are no longer making their wines to a recipe or chasing scores, according to Emily Faulconer of Carmen.

The week in pictures

Rock stars, Raymond Blanc, the Edinburgh Fringe, South African sunsets, adorable alpacas and Easter Island helped make this week in drinks one to remember.

Labbé: Chile needs to impress top sommeliers

Chilean winemakers should be making quirky expressions that catch the eye of the world’s top sommeliers according to Sebastian Labbé of Santa Rita.

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