For a long time, Chile was synonymous with inexpensive but drinkable wines—value but not excitement. Then in recent years, Chilean vintners wanted to shrug that tag off by proving they could make world-class reds. But the country’s vintners never gave up their value roots. And while Chilean vintners have overhauled their image and improved their high-end offering, their values have quietly gotten better.
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