Chile's Maturing Quality
After reaching new summits, Chile looks to solidify its position
Over the last five years, Chile has tapped its latent potential and arrived as a wine region capable of producing world-class reds. The massive shift during the 1990s of the country's vineyard base—from high-yielding valley floor vineyards to more quality-producing hillside sites—is now bearing significant results.
For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands April 30, 2005.