Chile has a long history of winemaking for a New World wine region dating back to the colonization by the Spanish Empire in the 16th century. It were the Spanish who brought viticulture to Chile but in present-day French varieties proved more successful in this country of startling contrasts than Spanish ones. In today’s article, we take a closer look at Chilean winery Emiliana Vineyards which was named winery of the year 2015 by Wines of Chile at the annual Chilean Wine Awards.
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Good-value from Chile It’s once again time for some tasting notes that are not for an Italian wine! Today I have a red from Chile for you produced by biodynamic winery Emiliana. The wine has the unusual name Adobe. The wine has a cuvée of 85% Cabernet-Sauvignon, 9% Merlot and 6% Syrah. Adobe aged six
An interesting wine from Chile: Punta Nogal So a few days ago I on my way to work I walked by a small Enoteca in the center of Munich. Since I was a bit early on time I decided to see what they have in stock. The Punta Nogal from Castello Banfi caught my attention