Tag: Chilean Wine
Latest in Wine Enthusiast: New Hope In Chile
During this time wrought with division and marginalization, it is my humble honor to share a story of taking chances, hope, and trust in unlikely partnerships between Chile’s Indigenous Buchaheuico and Lickan Antay communities and it’s wine industry. Together these partnerships are addressing centuries of dehumanization and abstract poverty through wine production.
Forbes Article – The Chilean Wine Revolution Expands
In March, I visited Chile for the first time. While there I was introduced to a quiet wine revolution seeking to promote ‘land over brand,’ by shifting the conversation to focus on site driven wines that express Chile’s many diverse terroirs. Recently, I had a lovely wine dinner in Dallas with Andrés Sánchez, Winemaker at Alcance…
2 Special Chilean Wines That You Simply Must Try
Chile is considered part of the “new wine” world; however, viticulture in Chile dates back to the 16th century. What started as sacramental wine became a full-fledged industry by the 19th century. Recognition is slow in the wine industry and it has taken global wine consumers much longer to realize that Chile is a source…