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Colchagua Valley - The Wine Region

The last part of our journey took us to the Colchagua Valley. To tourists, it is not as well-known as the Casablanca Valley wineries which you can stop at on the way to Valparasio, but with New Years’ we expected it to be overrun with crowds traveling to the wineries and the beaches. 2,089 more words


Casa Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 by Viña Lapostolle

Grape Variety: 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc, 3% Syrah, 2% Merlot, 1% Petit Verdot

Good plus dry red wine with fresh red fruit over a touch of baking spice. 41 more words



Grand Marnier Group is considering a variety of business options, including a sale, with the help of Rothschild, according to sources.

Grand Marnier is famous for its orange liquor which is a key ingredients in many cocktails. 76 more words


Curvee Alexandre Cab Sauvignon 2012 by Viña Lapostolle

Grape Variety: 91% Cabernet Sauvignon; 9% Cabernet Franc

Very good plus dry red wine with mixed black raspberry and red plums over cigar box and a touch of sweet baking spice. 39 more words


Highlights of The Coman's Silent Tasting Part Two


It’s oh so quiet.

Not really.  Continuing from part one’s look at Peter Lehmann’s Barossa offerings, we now turn to a major producer from Chile whose flagship white I am a big fan of, plus a Spanish… 1,786 more words

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Wining and Dining with the Sun Shining

After Bariloche, we had planned to go to Pucon, in Chile. However, bad weather and bad map reading meant we missed a crucial turning. As a result, we ended up having to drive for two days in the wrong direction, spending two nights in very odd towns and below par hostels – The proprietor of one of which had a wig to rival Donald Trump’s – to reach an alternative border crossing into Chile, and the blissful oasis of Santa Cruz. 498 more words