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Setting New Standards in Chile

Red wines from the outstanding 2001 vintage push Chile to new peaks of quality
James Molesworth
Issue: April 30, 2004

Chile's wine industry has improved steadily in recent years, becoming a solid source for distinctive Carmenère- and Cabernet Sauvignon-based reds. But this past year may have been the best yet for the country's winemakers, who broke through with the outstanding 2001 vintage to release their first classic-scoring wines.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 30, 2004.

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