Fog, rolling in from the Pacific, tempers the relentless sunshine of California and Chile and allows them to make elegant white wines. Clinton Cawood joins a bunch of sommeliers as they get to grips with some misty Chardonnays
From linear whites to powerhouse reds, Rapel offers something for everyone. And this diversity really shows itself with the region’s myriad expressions of Carmenère
Chile’s climate and topography are among the most spectacular in the world, but do its wines match the geography? Chris Losh spent a week west of the Andes with some of the UK’s finest sommeliers to explore the country’s diversity. Over the next 12 pages he brings you their findings...
Cool is the new hot in Chile, with wineries buying land in ever more marginal spots, and new regions springing up all the time. The result is wines as startling as they are stunning
Two of Chile’s top sommeliers give Imbibe the view from the on-trade
The Maipo Valley is Chile’s most historical wine region – and the home to the silky, elegant Cabernets that,for many, define the very essence of the country