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Best of Chile?
23 Sep 2010 by Richard Hemming
See this guide to our recent   South American coverage including many tasting notes There’s a great apocryphal story explaining why the Spanish speak with a lisp. It is supposedly down to a speech impediment of King Philip II, and the consequent imitation of it by his court and subsequently the whole country. Hence why Spaniards now say Barthelona and thervetha whereas other Spanish-speaking countries say Barcelona and cerveza. But like so many good stories, it’s just a miss. Sorry, a myth. When I visited Chile in 2009, I felt like I was busting some myths: it was a genuine voyage of discovery (see ...

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