The top 10 wines in the UK press

20th May, 2013 by Andy Young

Undurraga Terroir Hunter Riesling, Lo Abarca, San Antonio

Undurraga Terroir Hunter Riesling Lo AbarcaDavid Williams, writing in The Observer, picked out this wine writing that “Undurraga is a long-established Chilean producer that used to be solid rather than exciting but has been entirely rejuvenated in recent years.”

He added: “Its Terroir Hunter series of wines from different Chilean regions made by rising star winemaker Rafael Urrejola is particularly good, and includes a graceful Pinot Noir – but I really fell for this Riesling from coastal San Antonio at a recent tasting. A different take on the variety to the Kesselstatt, it’s dry and vividly zesty.”

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