Chile's Own Style Of Great Value Wines

A country known for decent, inexpensive wine is combining winemaking talent and financial committment to develop a unique style
Thomas Matthews
Issue: June 15, 1995

A country known for decent, inexpensive wine is combining winemaking talent and financial committment to develop a unique style Chile has been known for years as a source of easy-drinking varietal wines at very reasonable prices, and a recent Wine Spectator tasting confirmed the truth of its reputation.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands June 15, 1995.

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