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Welcome back to fulltime work with the Christmas and New Year holidays well and truly over. Today I'm publishing the notes I promised on that tasting of top Chilean reds put on in...

We publish our autumn collection of reviews of Chilean wine today, all too aware of how dynamic the wine scene in Chile is. It is to my great regret that the Australians keep edging other...

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See this guide to all our autumn collections . The nearly 160 wines below are grouped by colour and then in descending score order. See New guide to Chile - special offer for a way of...

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Agricultural engineer and founder of AndesWines.com, the first bilingual South American wine site, Maximilian Morales, sends this report. According to the Chilean wine-history books,...

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2013 brought cool weather that was better for later ripening varieties - so Carmenère is especially promising. Early ripeners such as Sauvignon Blanc were less good, with unripe...

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We all know that the quality of South American wine has been improving. Both Chile and Argentina are making ever more sophisticated wines with each vintage. This is why I was particularly keen to...

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MOVI and VIGNO are acronyms for two winemaking movements in Chile, spearheaded by the 2010 Geoffrey Robert's Award winner , Derek Mossman Knapp. A self-described 'pushy Canadian from Maule',...

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From $15.10, £11.95, CA$24.99 Find this wine 4 Feb - Miguel Torres Maczassek writes: 'Thank you for the article regarding the Santa Digna–Estelado, made with País grapes....

My MW dissertation studies are obviously getting the better of me, because these days I find myself looking at everything through statistically tinted spectacles while wearing an analytical hat....

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Pedro Parra's vision of the Chilean wine revolution depends on rocks and working at a very small scale. He's realistic enough to accept that he cannot have a portfolio of dozens of wines from 19...

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This is a longer version of an article also published in the Financial Times. See also my tasting notes on the current Vigno wines. As someone who writes wine reference books, I am...

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Last week I had the chance to taste the first lot of old-vine Carignans from Maule in Chile being launched under the name, and relatively strict appellation-like regulations, of Vigno....

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See also Derek Mossman Knapp's more heartening tale of another aspect of the current Chilean wine scene, also published today. When I visited Chile in 2009, I came back...

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A common complaint about the Chilean wine industry is that it is dominated by a handful of large wine companies. Indeed, the admirable new statistical compendium Global wine markets 1961–2009...

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Last week's announcement of the results of the 8th Annual Wines of Chile Awards, the so-called 'Bicentennial Edition', got rather submerged by all those Burgundy 2009 tastings notes, I'm...

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