Only a few short years ago, Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenère dominated the leader board in Chile's wine industry, but how times have changed. After a recent series of difficult vintages, these traditional varietals are a step off their best performances, leaving the door open for emerging wines to grab the spotlight. Wine Spectator's Nathan Wesley reports.
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