January 15, 2014
“To talk about the future of Chilean wine, we need to talk about the past – and the past is in the South,” says winemaker Andres Sanchez. While many Chilean winemakers have been pushing the boundaries by planting in new regions stretching from the Atacama Desert region in the North and high altitude Andes to [...]
August 30, 2012
Old grape vines, like our elders, have collected many stories to tell over the long years and seasons. With an extensive and interesting history in Chile, Carignan is no exception. The Carignan grape arrived to Chile after the massive earthquake of Chillán in 1939, when producers of País grapes were impacted by the disaster. Carignan [...]
May 19, 2011
Chilean Carignan: very old and now very new!
August 18, 2010
Pondering Twitterquette: Is tweeting during wine events and tastings disrespectful–or a marketer’s dream come true?