There’s a race on in Chile—a race to develop new vineyard areas that are on the edge, climate-wise. Chilean vintners have turned their full attention to their long coastline, looking for various terroirs where cool-climate varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah might thrive. Last week I sat down with Felipe Müller, winemaker at Viña Tabali, to talk about the winery’s latest developments in the Limarí Valley, including his own extreme vineyard.
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