The April 2011 edition of this US-based magazine (a Beverage Network publication) features Carmenere–and that means Chile.
Writer W.R. Tish takes readers through the past, present, and future of Chile’s signature grape. See for yourself:
And just for the record, the Chilean wine industry has recently taken a stance on that tricky spelling and has decided to just drop the accents altogether. From now on, our very own grape will be spelled: Carmenere (and pronounced car-men-NAIR).