I sat down earlier this week with Ignacio Recabarren, one of Chile’s leading winemakers, to get caught up on his latest Carmín de Peumo project, a red wine made primarily from the Carmenère grape. After making a name for himself producing the Domus Aurea Cabernet at Viña Quebrada de Macul , Recabarren found a home working for Concha y Toro , where he’s been in charge of their high-end Terrunyo line since the '97 vintage.
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