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Thirsty Thirty- Something Thursday #22- Sancerre

With summer in full swing, I’m fully into the drinking of white wine. This is not to say I don’t enjoy red or white wine all year round, but there is nothing more pleasurable than sitting outside in the sun during the summer months, enjoying a glass of chilled white wine! 281 more words


CHILE: A Winemaker's Paradise

The 16th Century Spanish colonization of Chile brought with it the inoculation of vitis vinifera by the invading power. What likely began as an attempt to cultivate and culture a land that was perceived as virgin, primordial, and Dark, the Spanish soon discovered Chile’s uniquely expressive… 949 more words



I am a little sad to see Marnier-Lapostolle go to Campari Group ($761M). It reminds me when Volkswagen bought Bentley in the 1990s. The name Marnier-Lapostolle is deep rooted in the Cognac region, and it is far away from Milano. 174 more words

France In Chile, LaPostolle Wine Dinner

When I received an email about a LaPostolle Chilean wine dinner on January 28 at Pierre Gourmet in the Peninsula Hotel in Chicago, my curiosity was peeked. 1,096 more words


Viñas de Colchagua: From Sea to Shining…Mountains?

If you’ve ever heard a Chilean trying to define what’s great about Chile, often there’s a line about how you can go from the tallest mountains in South America to the Pacific Ocean in just a matter of a few hours, and isn’t that cool. 884 more words

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