April 24, 2012
Under the influence of cool Pacific breezes and thanks to a group of innovative winemakers, two of Chile’s newest wine regions are changing the way Chilean white wines are perceived. In a country renowned for having the world’s most varied terroir, Chile’s Leyda and Lo Abarca valleys stand out as some of the most remarkable.
April 13, 2012
As the country’s profile as a world class viticultural destination grows, a group of top shelf U.S. wine journalists is on their way to tour Chile. So which regions and vineyards are on the agenda?
April 5, 2012
Sip by sip, bottle by bottle, Chilean wine is reinventing its image in the world’s largest wine market – the United States.
As a multitude of venues and wine pros in the U.S. begin exploring the diverse range of varietals and blended wines that are produced in this faraway Andean nation, Chile’s profile is on the rise.
March 30, 2012
Wines of Chile, an organization committed to promoting the quality and image of Chilean wine throughout the world, participated with a stand at ViiniExpo in Helsinki, the largest wine trade show in Finland, and one of the best places to meet both trade and wine consumers in a country where almost 1 in every 4 wines purchases wine originates from Chile.