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While Chileans are busy trying to escape winter’s cool rains by huddling up with warm mugs of navegado (spiced red wine, served hot), summer is in full swing in much of the northern hemisphere, and chilled white wines are a satisfying diversion to the season’s burgeoning heat.
Decanter magazine’s recent panel tasting of Chilean Sauvignon Blancs [...]
Chilean Sauvignon Blanc wines rated by Decanter with four and five stars generally fall in the mid-range price category, an affordable delicacy for connoisseurs and consumers alike. Likewise, Decanter’s two- and three-star recommendations represent quality wines to complement any meal or social gathering.
Leading U.S. bloggers tweet their reactions to eight Chilean whites - five Sauvignon Blancs and three Chardonnays - from coastal valleys around the country. “What would you do if you got an email inviting you to try eight lovely bottles of white wine?” writes Mellissa on her blog, A Fit and Spicy Life. Her answer: get hold of some fresh seafood, throw a party and log on to Twitter for a live tasting session.
Cool Climate Sauvignon Blanc from Casablanca-Way to go!
Chilean Sauvignon Blanc showed brilliantly against world’s finest Sauvignons.
Canadian winewriter Rod Phillips provides a vinous geography lesson on Chile’s cool coast and its wines in the June-July 2010 issue of Vines Magazine.
Summer is just around the corner and it’s time to start thinking about crisp white Sauvignon Blanc–from Chile, of course! 51 bloggers and 8 winemakers participated in the 3rd WoC on-line tasting.
Viña Casa Silva recently launched the first Coastal Colchagua wine with a flight that crossed the valley from the Andes to the Pacific.