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Amid the romance and antiquity of an elegant Renaissance-era chateau, Chilean Syrahs made a deep impression at the 6th annual Syrah du Monde competition, held May 2-4, 2012 at Château d’Ampuis in northern France.
Out of 445 wines from 24 countries, Chilean wineries produced three gold and four silver medals, with an impressive two wines rated [...]
Susy Atkins gets it–and tells everyone else to wise up to Chilean wine too.
UK writer Victoria Moore puts the Cox twins (Michael, of Wines of Chile, and David, of New Zealand Winegrowers) at odds over who has the best Syrah.
First up in Gurvinder Bhatia’s new video series: cool-climate Syrah from Chile’s Viña Emiliana.
Once again, 50 US bloggers and 8 Chilean winemakers come together on-line to taste and review 8 outstanding Chilean wines.
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.
Chilean winemakers met for a technical tasting of the 6th Annual Wines of Chile Awards gold-medal winning wines.
Jay Miller, The Wine Advocate’s guy in South America was in Chile in March. He spoke with Wines of Chile on his impressions and the advantageous place of Chilean wine in the global economic crisis.
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British wine critic Oz Clarke chooses his Top 250 wines, and Chile’s Viña Falernia’s 2005 Syrah Number Tops the List! The first chapter lists Oz’s Top 40 wines of the year and Chile takes pride of place with the Viña Falernia Elqui Valley Syrah 2005 listed as his number one wine. In fact, another Chilean cool climate wine makes the top 10 with Viña Leyda Garuma Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2007 from the Leyda Valley at number 7 in the ranking.