UK winewriter Chris Losh was back in Chile again not long ago, and not only was he happy to trade Britain’s cold and gray winter for the cloudless skies of Chilean summer, but he was particularly intrigued to find himself 2,000 feet above the in Elqui Valley in the north. It gave him pause. This is no central valley. The mountains, the broad swings between daytime and night time temperatures, the constant cooling breezes, and–best of all–the fresh wines produced there all prompted him to write:
It’s places like this that, I think, make Chile the most exciting wine country on the planet just at the moment.
See for yourself what else he has to say about Chile’s dynamic, ever-evolving wine industry at:
Imbibe.com: “Where Condors Dare,” by Chris Losh.