James Suckling highlights three Chilean wines in the top five of his list "100 best wines of 2017"

"Chile has become a wine area by own right, producing  excellent samples, which can compete among the best in the world," were the words of the outstanding wine critic James Suckling, who on Thursday awarded three national productions in the top 5 of its annual report "100 best wines of 2017", giving even AlmaViva wine, Concha y Toro production together with Baron Philippe de Rotschild, the first place in the list.

The other two wines that were part of the top five were Seña (vintage 2015), Aconcagua Valley, which appeared in third place and Clos Apalta (2014), Colchagua Valley, who remained with the fifth place, where they were cataloged by the American as "perfect wines".

Inside the list of the 100 wines, there are also other national representatives: Chadwick Vineyard (2015), Pinot Noir Las Pizarras (2016), Chardonnay Superuga Ritual (2016), Alpha M (2014) and Don Melchor (2014), who also reached scores close to perfect.