I had a quick sit-down with Francisco Baettig, winemaker at Chile’s Viña Errázuriz, earlier this week. Baettig and Viña Errázuriz are, like many winemakers and wineries in Chile, starting to explore the country’s cooler, coastal climates in search of new vineyard areas. But unlike most other Chilean wineries who have headed far north to places like Limarí or Elquí, or far south to Bío Bío, Baettig has stayed close to the winery’s home base in the generally warm Aconcagua Valley.
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