Chile woos China, proves top Cabs can age
6 Jan 2014 by Jancis Robinson
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 New York when I was there in late October, the one I wrote about in Grüner fights NY faddishness where I was surprised by how few of the best-known New York wine writers chose to attend. They missed a really interesting tasting of five pairs - one young vintage, one old - of some of Chile's most admired wines with a track record. The wines had apparently been chosen on the basis of their blessed scores, price and they had to have...

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