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One winery facing competition from real estate development is Cousiño Macul. While most its vineyards are located in the Macul and Buin areas of the Maipo Valley, it was forced to remove some of its vineyards in Peñanolen area in order to make room for housing complexes and a shopping center to meet the needs of the growing population. On the other hand, one of Chile's great strengths that has not been taken advantage of is the fact that the Cabernet Sauvignon's 100-year old ungrafted and pre-phylloxera genetic material is distributed throughout other valleys such as Maule and Bío Bío


Argentina's white wine production is undergoing a 'revolution' as the country rescues ancient vineyards and trials new varieties in cooler climates, according to some of the country's top winemakers.


The appointment of Edwin Olivieri as Business Development Executive reinforces this producer's commitment to providing further impetus to the success in their largest export market ...


A US federal judge has ordered a Chilean wine producer and distributor to pay nearly $29 million to a US-based investor, enforcing an arbitration award reached in Chile after the investment went sour, according to court filings. The judgment was appealed Monday


Uco Valley based winery Tapiz saw 32% growth in the U.S. market in 2017, landing at 34,400 cases shipped under importer Vino Del Sol. This growth is largely driven by their Tapiz Alta Cabernet Sauvignon, a high elevation single vineyard wine that grew 135% as a single sku in 2017.



Aurelio Montes Sr, founder of Chile's famed Montes winery, has revealed what he calls, "the most ambitious project" to date, making wines in one of the most southerly wine regions in the world on a tiny island in Chiloé, south of Patagonia.


August Wine Group today announced an exclusive U.S. import partnership with Grupo Peñaflor, South America's largest wine company, to import Navarro Correas, the iconic Argentine estate known for its Malbec and other premium offerings. In recent years, the Mendoza-based Navarro Correas brand reached volumes exceeding 80,000 cases in the United States.


An Argentine winery has become the first to offer a new wine-based asset-backed cryptocurrency, selling blockchain tokens that are only exchangeable for bottles of its 2018 vintage in an effort to become the world's first "open-source" winery.


Understandably associated with Malbec, it's in white wine that Argentina is really making strides, with winemakers across the country now producing a broad variety of fascinating and fruit driven styles. Andy Howard MW is impressed on a recent visit...


A wine producer in Argentina is selling their entire 2018 vintage as a wine-backed crypto asset and has said it will open its books to become an 'open source' winery.


Its golden anniversary offers an opportunity for the Chilean-owned wine company to reconnect with the past - and to use its history as a centerpiece of its marketing strategy while it ramps up new brands tailored to the latest customer trends, from rosé to bourbon barrel-aged red blends.


Chilean winemaker Rodrigo Soto spotlights terroir as the catalyst that will move the country's wines forward


The MOU is not only related to wine related trade and investment promotion, but also focuses to the co-operation between the two countries in education, training and in the prevention of counterfeiting of wines.


Argentine President Mauricio Macri backed down from a proposed 10 percent tax on wine and increased tax on champagne following a private meeting with Mendoza Governor Alfredo Cornejo.


CCL is the world's largest converter of pressure sensitive and extruded film materials


Viña Santa Rita's chairman, Baltazar Sánchez Guzmán, has had a varied career, but his passion lies in the wine company he began with, writes Arabella Mileham


An old warhorse of Chilean wine is returning to the fray, Rebecca Gibb MW discovers.


Dave McIntyre on Santa Carolina's efforts to restore Chile's wine traditions by reviving old grapevines descended from the company's vineyards planted in the 1870s and early 1900s


The latest edition of the Argentina Wine Awards revealed continued innovation and creativity coming from Argentina's wine industry.

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