September 13, 2013
One of the world’s most seductive varieties, Pinot Noir is a special wine. And Chilean Pinot Noir is proving to be very special indeed. With growing recognition worldwide for Chile’s high quality production of this tricky red variety, the country’s cold climate regions are exciting winemakers and wine drinkers alike. A noble variety originally from [...]
July 5, 2013
Fred Dexheimer, MS who wrote the “The Science of Ampelography” article in the October 2011 issue of Sommelier Journal will write this new advertorial featuring Chilean Pinot Noir. Sommelier Journal is a magazine written by wine professionals for wine professionals. No pretentious ratings, no fluffy travelogues — Sommelier Journal presents the wonderfully complex world of [...]
April 10, 2012
UK winewriter Susy Atkins started a recent column in The Telegraph, with Anyone still under the impression that Chilean red is all about cheap cabernet and merlot should wake up. Chile has moved on… Gotta love her for getting it! There’s a whole lot going on in our neck of the woods! You tell ‘em [...]
October 14, 2011
Susy Atkins gets it–and tells everyone else to wise up to Chilean wine too.