Chile Chugs Along

As established wineries dominate, new faces struggle for success
James Molesworth
Issue: May 15, 2006

While other emerging wine regions have seen more erratic progress in recent years, Chile has been steadily improving. With solid Cabernet Sauvignon bottlings and rising quality among Carmenère, Syrah, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, Chile has quietly moved into the mainstream consciousness of American wine consumers.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 15, 2006.

To continue reading this page, become a WineSpectator.com member today!

Do you have a Wine Spectator magazine subscription? Save 50% on your Online Membership right now!


Already a member?

  |  Forgot Password?

By clicking "Log In" you agree to the Terms and Conditions of WineSpectator.com

MEMBER LOGIN

= members only

Keep me logged in      Forgot Password?

Job Opportunities

Passionate about wine? Wine Spectator magazine is looking for an enthusiastic copy editor in the New York office.

Email Newsletters

Sips & Tips | Wine & Healthy Living
Video Theater | Collecting & Auctions
New! Ratings Flash

» View samples
» Or sign up now!
» Manage my newsletter preferences

Classifieds

The marketplace for all your wine needs, including:

Wine Storage | Wine Clubs
Dining & Travel | Wine Auctions
Wine Shops | Wine Accessories