Posts Tagged "chile"

Tag: chile

Malbec World Day

International Malbec Day, or Malbec World Day, on 17 April is a great excuse to open a couple bottles of...
Itata rising from the ashes

The forest fires in Chile were devastating. Many producers lost their vineyards and livelihood in those catastrophic weeks, and several...
Ricardo Grellet, new president APAS sommelier

During the Pan-American Alliance of Sommeliers General Assembly last weekend, Chilean sommelier Ricardo Grellet was elected the new President. He...
how to help with chile fires

After several weeks of ferocious forest fires in Chile, the death toll has risen to 11 people, over 1,600 homes...
forest fires in Chile colchagua

Chile's central valleys are battling several forest fires which have destroyed hundreds of thousands of hectares of forests and agriculture...
Where to eat in Santiago

What are the best Santiago restaurants? And the top cheap eats Chile's capital? Perhaps you are looking for authentic Vietnamese,...
Carmenere grapes in the vineyards in Chile, Carmenere Day

The story of Carmenere, the emblematic grape variety of Chile, is quite unique. It begins in France, where Carmenere was...
Francois Massoc on Andes wine regions in Chile

Winemaker at Calyptra wines, Francois Massoc, invites us on a 360 degree tour of the vineyard high in the Andes...
Harvest in Casablanca 2016 Amanda Barnes

Both sides of the Andes were affected by the El Niño this year, and Chile was hit in most of...
matt wilson's photography, wine room

When it comes to wine photography, Matt Wilson doesn't mind pushing the boundaries. And in doing so, he is painting...
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