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Seizing on rising interest in organic wines, Argentina's Domaine Bousquet is on pace to surpass 120,000 cases in the U.S. this year, and has set the goal of more than doubling its U.S. volume to a quarter-million cases by 2018.


Argentina's grape harvest dropped 25% by volume in 2016 in what was described as a "very different" but "very good" year, with delayed maturity resulting in fresher wines with less alcohol.


db rounds up the new trends identified as coming from Chile, as identified by Peter Richards MW and CYT's winemaker, Marcelo Papa at a recent Wines of Chile briefing.


The Huneeus family will keep over 2700 hectares of land in Casablanca, including significant vineyard holdings


Manchester City Football Club fans may be tempted to put down their warm pints of beer and pick up a glass of shiraz after winemaker Wolf Blass inked a multi-year marketing partnership with the famous Premier League team to gain access to its huge fan base throughout Asia, Middle East, Africa and Mexico.


Prices of Chilean bulk wines are set to rise "pretty soon" following poor weather during this year's harvest, Wine of Chile have said


The El Niño weather cycle saw Argentina report its worst pre-harvest grape losses since 1957, with production in 2016 expected to be 27% smaller than 2015 across the country and 39% down in Mendoza.


After 3 tough years, Argentine winemakers look to turn the corner.


As long-standing a wine commentator as Chris Losh has seen trends come and go. But, how successful has the wine category been at following - or even setting - these trends?


Chilean wine producer VSPT Group has opened a biogas plant that runs using waste from its own harvest - the first winery to do so.


A recent decrease in exports is causing South African wine producers to look for new trade partners and explore unexpected markets such as Texas in the United States.


New World-Class Winery, Restaurant, and Tasting Experience Showcase Uruguay's Natural Bounty


Based in Garzón, Wylie will continue to grow the winery's strong brand presence, working across the business in many different areas, including operations, marketing, sales management, and hospitality and tourism activities.


he Argentine wine industry is finally breathing a sigh of relief, according to the most recent Rabobank Wine Quarterly report. High inflation, a strong peso and taxes on exports has created significant hurdles for the Argentine wine industry over the past several years, but the new president took radical actions at the end of December 2015 which dramatically alter Argentina's competitive positioning.


Chile's most promising point of difference is its diversity of soils and ability to produce a vast range of styles, but the country still suffers from a lack of identity, believes the marketing manager of its biggest producer Concha Y Toro, Isabel Guilisasti.


Chile's hold on the British wine industry could slip because of the country's focus on bulk wine production and increasingly hostile price wars, a leading producer has said.


While dwarfed by the country's red wine production, a thirst is developing for whites made in Argentina, with both domestic consumption and exports on the rise.


Chile's leading producers need to innovate and make the kind of wines consumers are asking for, one local winemaker has warned.


The amount of Argentine wine being sold in the UK off-trade has increased by more than a quarter in the last 12 months, new figures reveal.


China is set to leapfrog the US and UK in a matter of months to become Chile's largest wine market, according to Julio Alonso, Asia director at Wines of Chile.

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