Wine Spectator senior editor James Molesworth sits down with Chilean winemaker Cristobal Undurraga, of Vina Koyle, discussing going green and biodynamic, plus just what it takes to start a winery from scratch.
Wine Spectator reviews, including scores and tasting notes, of 10 wines from Chile priced at $20 or less, featuring Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and more.
Of all of Chile's major red grape varieties, Carmenère is arguably the most intriguing—and the most challenging—for the nation's vintners. They view it as a potential signature grape for Chile, but with provisos. Wine Spectator's Kim …
A hot, dry year lowered yields in South America’s top wine regions, but quality looks good
Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson brings you some whites that are perfect for beating the heat. Also some complex, flavorful reds from Europe don't have to be expensive, another selection of whites with different expressions for classic …
Wine Spectator's Bruce Sanderson recommends affordable Chilean wines, Oregon Pinot Noir and South African whites and reds.
Wine Spectator reviews, including scores and tasting notes, of 13 red and white wines from Chile, each priced at $20 or less, featuring Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc and more.
Our latest Savvy Shopper includes a plethora of values from Chile, Argentina, California and New Zealand, plus great bottles from Portugal and France
The country is known for value-priced wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenère, Syrah, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. Now it's also trying to make a name for itself with organic viticulture.
List of 15 Cabernet Sauvignons and Cabernet Sauvignon-based blends plus advice of selection and cooking roast beef
The recent crop from Chile, led by the 2010 and 2011 vintages, throws into bold relief the increasing diversity of wines being pursued by the nation's vintners. Big reds based on Cabernet Sauvignon and Chile's signature Carmenère grape …
Get scores for nearly 170 recently released wines from Chile, including age-worthy reds and stunning values from Cabernet, Carmenère and Syrah, along with whites such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
Chile is a winemaking juggernaut, but many Chilean vintners are restless and looking to deliver something more. Wine Spectator’s Kim Marcus explains.
Chile has cooled off-big time. But not in the way you think. Despite the turbulent economy, Chile's exports to the U.S. increased again this past year, to a record high of nearly 7.4 million cases, according to Wines of Chile, the …
Wine Spectator's alphabetical list of Chilean wines.
Wine Spectator's alphabetical listing of Chilean wines.
Wine Spectator's profiles of the top wines of 2013, Nos. 2 to 100.