O Fournier's worldwide range
2 Jul 2008 by JR
The success of O Fournier’s Urban 2007 Maule in my tasting of Southern Chilean wines prompts me to bring the expanding O Fournier group of wineries in Spain, Argentina and now Chile to your attention. Everyone I meet who has come across the dynamo behind the O Fournier Group agrees that José Manuel Ortega may just be the most hard-working wine producer in the world. He must certainly clock up as many air miles as Michel Rolland while flitting between Ribera del Duero, Mendoza (where his young family is now based) and Maule, chosen as Fournier’s Chilean base because of all the old vines there. An ex banker...

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