TBA Strikes South American Wineries

Chile's Viñas Errázuriz is the latest affected
From the Apr 30, 2007, issue
A Chilean winery has joined the ranks of some unfortunate French and California wine producers who are battling contamination in their cellars. Viña Errázuriz, a well-established and highly regarded winery located in the Aconcagua Valley, has been working to eliminate a rogue chemical that imparts musty, dry flavors and odors to wines.

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