Carmenère: Renewing our Votes

Carmenère: Renewing our Votes

Carmenère: Renewing our Votes In the 1990s, Chile missed the opportunity to position Carmenère as a unique wine of outstanding quality by selling overly green notes to our main markets. Many years have passed, and now Chilean winemakers have finally learned how to...
The Feat of Sémillon

The Feat of Sémillon

The Feat of Sémillon There used to be over 30,000 hectares under vine in Chile. There’s less than a thousand today. Yet, a handful of wineries are committed to rescuing this variety from oblivion so that it can reclaim its rightful glory among the heritage cultivars...
Pinot Noir: A Noir Metamorphosis

Pinot Noir: A Noir Metamorphosis

Pinot Noir: A Noir Metamorphosis Pinot Noir has undergone one of the most incredible stories of change, evolving from a simple and fruity wine that found its place in basic segments in the early years of the millennium, to a highly ambitious and complex variety that...