Wine isn’t all fun and games and which bar are we going to next. Sometimes, we have to get down into the nitty-gritty about wine regions, grapes, soils, farming, etc… One of the great things about the website Winetraveler is that the site offers insights into all of these facets of wine.
Discover Chile’s Wine Country on Winetraveler.com
Recently, I had the opportunity to dig a little deeper into Chile as a wine-producing country on Winetraveler, and what that means when it comes to smaller regions, popular grapes, and producers. Call it an overview of Chile (we’ll dive deeper into this area when we visit.)
Did you know that Chile has never been affected by phylloxera?
This fact and others that you can learn more about on the site give us an idea of just how special this country is when it comes to fitting in with the global wine industry.
Keep an eye out for more in-depth pieces on each of these producers and regions on Winetraveler. You will already find grape profiles on popular varieties grown in this very unique wine country by going to the grape varieties page on the Winetraveler site.
Is there anything you’d like to explore more when it comes to Chile? Is this a region of interest? What are some Chilean producers you’d like to learn more about? Let me know so that we can focus on what readers and consumers want to learn about in the great wide world of wine.
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