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Carmenère - the Clear Winner!

In the minds of many who enjoy a glass of wine, Chile is the place to look for something fresh, fruity, easy-drinking and not too expensive – the sort of wines the Australians used to call ‘sunshine in a glass’.  299 more words


Wine of the Day : Erasmo Late Harvest Torontel

Starting a new column on my blog called ‘Wine of the Day’ where I will talk about any wine that grabs my attention. It need not be the most expensive or well-known label. 619 more words

High On Wines

2015 Cabernet Franc Carmenere, (oops)

If by “oops”, they mean “oops, I drank the whole bottle” then, yes, this wine is an “oops”.

Actually, the reason it’s called (oops) is the same reason why Merlot from Chile doesn’t taste like Merlot from anywhere else: it’s not Merlot. 149 more words

Wicked Wine Reviews

Lonely Planet names Chile as the top travel destination for 2018

At the eyes of the experts, Chile is increasingly being considered as the best travel destination. This time one of the most popular and renowned travel magazines, the Lonely Planet, has declared our country as the top destination among its “Best in Travel 2018”. 96 more words

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Mercury in retrograde

2016 Weon


Chile – Maule Valley

Mercury is currently in retrograde and it is really messing with me. At least that’s what I’m blaming the current cloud of anxiety that is perpetually hanging over my frontal cortex. 317 more words


Chilean Wine - A Brief History

For more than 13 years, Robb LaKritz has served as managing partner of LaKritz Adler Development in Washington, DC. In his free time, Robb LaKritz enjoys skiing, playing tennis, and gardening. 183 more words

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Weekly Wine – Blanco Gato Negro

Gato Negro Sauvignon Blanc
12% ABV
$7.95 (LCBO)

This is wine ok.
It is not remarkable, because the first sip did not sparkle or fill me with wonder. 154 more words