Carmenere Chile’s National Grape, is to Chile as Malbec is to Argentina. Originally from Bordeaux in France, like several others of the world’s classic grape varieties, was brought to Chile in the 1800’s. Carmenere, a distant relative to Merlot, was used predominantly as a blending wine and
Sauvignon Blanc has an enviable reputation among wine drinkers around the world are drinking more of it than ever before. So what makes this French grape so universally popular? Primarily because the wines are so obviously Sauvignon Blanc in style and character that consumers trust
Chile is one of the largest wine producers in the world whose success as an exporter has been based on making good value, commercial style Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay that is appealing to consumers in many countries.
The industry is dominated by a handful of wine
Organic Wines are made from grapes grown without using synthetic chemical sprays or fertilisers and unlike organic food, you shouldn’t have to pay extra.
The quality and choice of organic wines have improved tremendously in recent years. No longer is it necessary to make allowances for