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05/26/14

After years of dealing with a strong local currency, Chilean wine exporters began celebrating the peso's decline versus the U.S. dollar, but the cheering subsided when Chile's new administration in March sent a bill to Congress that includes raising taxes on companies and alcoholic beverages.

05/23/14

A first look at vintage quality down south, with eyewitness reports from growers and winemakers

05/21/14

Fernando Zenteno is considering ripping up 15-year-old chardonnay and cabernet sauvignon vineyards in Chile's central valley as the country plans to raise wine taxes to the highest among wine-producing nations.

04/08/14

A weaker currency and painful inflation is increasing production costs

03/28/14

Unhelpful weather at different times in the growing season, including frost and late season rain, means Argentina's 2014 wine grape haul is set to drop by around a fifth versus last year, according to the country's National Institute of Viticulture.

03/26/14

Wine tourism in Argentina is on the rise, spurred on by the devalued peso that has recently dropped 30% against the US dollar. This makes visiting Argentina attractive not only to Americans, but to many Brazilians as well who find excellent deals on wine and food.

02/20/14

What does Argentina need to do to protect the image and strength of Argentine Malbec as a brand?

02/20/14

No one can argue with the strength of "brand Malbec", which is bringing new consumers to wine via its generous and reliable style, but what does Argentina need to do in order to avoid Malbec becoming a commodity?

02/19/14

"This new generation is much more conscious about environmental problems and more committed to healthy, sustainable agriculture ... and also for the production of wines that have a stronger connection to the Earth."

02/18/14

Sven Bruchfeld doesn't mind if you don't like his wine, as long as some people love it.

02/13/14

"The fantastic thing about 'The New Chile' is that we are nine wineries working together, and that is quite unusual in the wine world," he said. "We are here with five of the wine producers sitting at the same table and trying our wines together, which is quite unique - you won't find this very often."

01/22/14

When I say the wines, I am talking mainly about one grape: tannat. It is to Uruguay what malbec is to neighboring Argentina, the country's dominant and defining variety.

01/20/14

Chile's southernmost vineyard has released its first vintage produced from the newly cultivated Lake Ranco region in Patagonia after seven years.

01/10/14

According to Gestion, the low cost of energy, cheaper labor, and "virgin land" for wine production are all attractive features for prospective Chilean investors.

01/03/14

While Argentina is South America's largest wine producer and the world's largest producer of Malbec, its wine regions grow a wealth of varietals spanning from Torrontes to Riesling, Syrah to Bonarda, Cabernet Franc to Cabernet Sauvignon and the list goes on.

12/03/13

Cabernet Franc has a greater future in Argentina than Cabernet Sauvignon according to one of the most respected winemakers in the country.

11/13/13

Since 2008, Paul Hobbs has been working with the producers of Alto Limay as consulting winemaker in an effort to explore this frontier geographical area and its synergy with the Pinot Noir varietal.

11/05/13

As many in Argentina are keen to look beyond Malbec, Trapiche's chief winemaker thinks producers could do a lot more to promote the diverse styles of its signature grape variety.

11/01/13

Santa Rita Estates is using its new top end Petite Sirah blend Bougainville to highlight the "tremendous" opportunity for Chile to broaden its fine wine perspective.

10/30/13

Clonal selection will drive the next major evolutionary phase for Chilean wines, according to Santa Rita Estates' head of viticulture Sebastian Warnier.

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