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Wines of Chile will be celebrating the diversity of Chilean wine at Chengdu Food & Drinks Fair this March
ProWein is around the corner, come and visit us and discover the latest in Chilean wine!
The initiative to recover vineyards lost in the fires will have training, technology and providing necessary tools as the main objectives in the action plan.
A roundtable, convened by the Wines of Chile Association, surveyed the hectares of vineyards burned by the fires throughout the country, which account for 117 hectares of Vitis vinifera out of a total of 141,000 nationwide. The loss of hectares so far has been concentrated in vineyards of small producers in areas near hills and forests, several of them with (...)
Malbec is often better associated with our Andean neighbour, Argentina, however Chile proved to make top Malbec at the international Malbec Masters in The Drinks Business, surprising judges with its quality and attractive price points compared to rival alternatives.
Master of Wine Tim Atkin recently spent three weeks in Chile discovering the wine regions
The prestigious UK wine magazine highlighted two Chilean wines as their 'Most Exciting Wines of 2016'.
Wines of Chile is now focusing on its 2025 strategy, and looking towards the challenges and opportunities in the coming decade. Together with Pro Chile and Fundación Imagen País, Wines of Chile presented the 2025 strategy in Santiago, Chile, last week.
Wine Enthusiast's South America Editor, Michael Schachner, recently visited Chile on a trip to discover more wines and vineyards. He shares his thoughts on Chilean wine with us.
Chile had eight categories this year in the Vivino Wine Style Awards 2017, which is the largest wine scoring database with over 21 million users.
Maintaining international interest and annual growth; a great development in China; and leading with 54% of the marketshare in Brazil; are just some of the milestones in the industry in 2016. Strengthening recognition and the image of Chilean wines in priority markets including the USA, Brazil and China are some of the challenges for 2017.
This year's annual Wines of Chile Wine Gala was held at Parque Bicentenario and brought together hundreds of people in the industry for an evening of wine, gastronomy and music.
This week Chile welcomes China’s President Xi Jinping on a special visit to its trading partner.
Each year The Drinks Business, one of the UK’s most read wine publications, announces which companies in the wine and drinks business went above and beyond in their green credentials that year. In 2016, a Chilean winery took home the most coveted award of all - Green Company of the Year - along with several other mentions for Chilean wine producers.
The Great Wine Capitals 2017 Awards were announced earlier this month in Chile's international wine capital, Casablanca and Valparaiso, with several winners. The winning restaurant in the wine region went on to win the international trophy on 10 November.
The warming spice and berry notes of Carmenère couldn’t be more appropriate for a November wine. Not only does it match the autumnal month in style, but Carmenère Day also falls on November 24th. Carmenère Day commemorates the day that Carmenère was first discovered in Chile, and rediscovered in the world, in 1994.