Four of Chile’s most influential producers are set to launch traditional method sparkling wines onto the international market.
Bemused foxes, stunning views, Champagne tastings and midnight in Paris have played a part in a busy but enjoyable week in the drinks industry.
Chile is now making the “best” Chardonnay in the New World according to one of the country’s top winemakers.
From lusty llamas and magnificent murals to prestige pisco and 100% País via a giant bike, db’s Lucy Shaw embraces the colourful curiosities of Chile.
From Champagne hoopla and Tio Pepe toothpaste to giant pandas and welly wanging, this year’s London International Wine Fair kept team db thoroughly entertained.
Alcohol levels represent “the big challenge” for Chile’s ability to produce top quality Pinot Noir, according to Cono Sur winemaker, Matias Ríos.
In a new series on db.com, we put famous winemakers through their paces with the Proust Questionnaire.
Cono Sur is set to unveil to UK consumers new, premium packaging for the Bicicleta range at this month’s London International Wine Fair (LIWF).
Adolfo Hurtado of Cono Sur has revealed he thinks Peru has the potential to be the world’s next big wine region and is looking for vineyard land in the country.
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