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MOVI stars and VIGNO hits from Chile
14 Jun 2013 by Richard Hemming
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', Knapp is indefatigably devoted to his cause of championing the lesser known face of Chilean wine. MOVI represents a union of small, independent vintners, as described by Jancis here , while VIGNO is a series of wines made from old-vine Carignan, as Knapp himself explained for Purple Pagers in 2011 . I tasted the current offerings earlier this year, and can certainly appreciate the spirit in which they are made. Many of them are refreshingly...

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