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Brazil's thirst for wine slows
Declining economic growth rates, high levels of inflation and protectionist threats are hampering sales of imported wine in Brazil, according to Rabobank.
Argentine families spend 630 pesos a year on wine
Wine has successfully penetrated the local market: it is now bought in 75 percent of Argentine households. That means one million more buyers choose wine over beer -which is purchased by 67 percent of households.
Argentina's most sought-after wine labels (video)
Mendoza, Argentina, is the perfect home for winemaker Ernesto "Nesti" Bajda: He has an incredible passion for high altitude vineyards.
Political instability affecting French winemakers in Argentina
Political instability in Argentina is pushing up production costs for French winemakers based in the country, prompting questions over the rationale for making wine there.
Alta Gama Winefest targets growing wine market in Peru
Wine enthusiasts will be able to taste a variety of labels before buying a bottle at the Alta Gama Winefest organized by the Almendariz group coming up on July 12 and 13. More than 600 wine labels hailing from Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, U.S., France, Spain and Italy, as well as national labels, will participate in the event.
Santa Rita unveils 'icon' Petite Sirah
Santa Rita is championing Chilean Petite Sirah with the addition of a new "icon" wine to its range.
Beautiful South smashes target
The Beautiful South tasting, a joint initiative between the generic bodies for Argentina, Chile and South Africa, has shot past its exhibitor target two months before the event takes place.
Spanish wine giant to expand into Chile
Spain's Félix Solís is planning to build a bulk and bottled wine operation in Chile as well as update its facility in Valdepeñas.
Chile emerges from 'perfect storm'
Carlos Cousiño, director of Cousiño Macul is optimistic that a strong 2013 harvest marks a positive turning point in Chile's recent fortunes, despite the challenge posed by ongoing trade union strikes.
Viñalba unveils new flagship
Argentina producer Viñalba has added a new flagship wine to its range, a Malbec blend called Diane.
10 Chilean wineries you need to know
It's impossible to encapsulate a renowned wine-producing country in a short list. But we're not letting that stop us from suggesting 10 wineries that you should remember the next time you're in Chile -- or, maybe, just the next time you're ordering off an impressive wine list here in the Bay Area.
Brazil aims to double exports by 2016
Wines of Brazil has set a target of doubling value exports between 2012 and 2016, with recent data suggesting that it is making strong progress towards this goal.
Aurelio Montes takes up new Wines of Chile position
Improving Chile's image overseas will be top of the agenda for Aurelio Montes Sr following his appointment as international vice-president of Wines of Chile.
Montes releases 'super icon' wine
Prestigious Chilean producer Montes has released its first "super icon" wine onto the market.
Errázuriz triumphs in Korean contest
The aging potential of Chilean wine won high profile recognition at a blind tasting event hosted by Viña Errázuriz in South Korea earlier this month.
Argentine producer unveils 'new evolution'
Producer Dominio del Plata is launching an oak-matured Torrontés and "fruit forward" red blend, aiming to highlight the breadth of Argentina's wine repertoire.
2013 Southern Hemisphere Harvest: Part 2
A first look at vintage quality in Argentina and Chile
Chile: more than just a one-trick pony
Carmenère and Cab Sauvignon may steal the headlines, but Chile's wealth of terroirs is raising the profile of other styles, from old bush vine Carignan to cool climate whites.
Venezuela faces Communion wine crisis
A shortage of basic supplies in Venezuela is threatening the country's stocks of Communion wine.
A vineyard's ambitions for a bouquet from Brazil
When Morgana Miolo started doing business in China two years ago, the Brazilian was struck by the cultural differences of operating in the world's second-largest economy.
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