Articles Related To Chile

Follow That Cab

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

With consistency, QPR and still-untapped potential, Cabernet Sauvignon sets the pace for Chilean Reds. In the spirit of the answer being right under our proverbial nose, Cabernet Sauvignon has quietly established itself as Chile’s most reliably well-made red wine. Without taking anything away from Chile’s other important grapes—Sauvignon Blanc, Carmenere spring to mind—Cabernet is the ... read more>

Coastal Forecast

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

Increasing Quality and Diversity are Emerging in Chilean Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Noir, Driven by Key Regions Close to the ... read more>

New York Gets First Taste of Beers of Chile

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

ProChile and Bevology, Inc. hosted an exploratory tasting of Chilean craft beer at Holiday Cocktail Lounge in the East Village. Distributors, cicerones and trade media sampled over 20 styles of brew, including lagers, stouts and IPAs, from seven of Chile’s best beer producers.                         ... read more>

Blanc Page

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

As Americans diversify their preferences in white wine, Chilean Sauvignon Blanc presents an ... read more>

Chilean Sauvignon Blanc: The Goldilocks White

Wednesday, April 24th, 2013

Cool climate breeds balanced, food-friendly ... read more>

Chile: Momentum Through Innovation

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

Diversity, quality and novelty keep the Chilean wine industry moving forward. Call it the “I” word: Innovation. Granted, the term is easy to fling around—not unlike politicians use the word change. But in the case of Chilean wine, so much is happening in so many areas that it is reasonable to say that innovation is ... read more>

Chile’s Cooler Side: Coastal Regions in Chile are Turning Out Some of the Country’s Best White Wines

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Reliably delicious, readily available and remarkably affordable are words that have become associated with Chilean wine. But cool-climate? Not so much. While we tend to think of the South American country as a hot, arid place ideally suited for heat-loving red varieties like Cabernet and Carménère, in reality Chile is heavily dominated by the cooling ... read more>

Chile Brings It [To the Table]: Shaking Off Its Bargain Image, Chile is Winning New Admirers On-Premise

Sunday, April 1st, 2012

The American table is a many-splendored thing. We love ethnic cuisine, but comfort food hits the spot, too. Fine dining is a form of entertainment for many; casual dining is a way of life for even more. Grilling is king for some, vegetarian rules for others. It’s a moving target, with perhaps the only constant ... read more>
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