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Chile's Valdivieso winery, together with its distributor Bibendum PLB, have appointed Jonas Tofterup as brand ambassador and export manager for the UK and Europe.


Following a five-year major research project to identify the best Carmenère clone for producing top quality wines in Chile, Mario Pablo Silva, president of Wines of Chile and MD of Casa Silva, affirms the potential of the variety.


As a U.N. conference in Paris next week tries to limit climate change, wine makers from France to Australia are already changing their time-honoured methods, or even uprooting whole vineyards, as long-established weather patterns alter and the temperature rises.


Concha y Toro's Frontera brand is to become the official wine of The BRITs, the UK's annual music awards ceremony.


More than 500 participants from 11 different countries attended the scientific and technical presentations on the latest vitivinicultural innovations.


Diageo is selling its entire Argentine wine business including its Navarro Correas and San Telmo brands to Gupo Peñaflor, continuing its strategy to offload its wine arm.


Chilean winery Palo Alto is launching a new campaign to help give different communities throughout the country access to water.


The country begins to dig out; wine industry is largely unscathed, but one Elqui Valley winery suffers big loss


Winemakers in Chile have reported minimal damage to their wineries and stocks following a devastating earthquake on Wednesday that killed eight people


As Chile aims to drive its image upscale in the global wine market, Chilean winemaker Carolina Wine Brands has been taking up the challenge.


It seems surprising, but as recently as a generation ago, women in Argentina were kept at arm's length by the wine industry. But today, as Amanda Barnes writes, the country is nurturing some of the brightest female winemaking talent in the world.


Accolade Wines has announced its acquisition of Chilean wine producer Viña Anakena, extending its footprint further into the New World.


Wines of Chile president Mario Pablo Silva has set out a revised global export strategy to guide the country's wine industry for the next decade.


Viña Morandé is hoping to capitalise on the growing profile of Mediterranean varieties in southern Chile with the launch of a Grenache-dominated blend.


Chile is "only just scratching the surface" with Syrah, suggests former Penfolds Grange winemaker John Duval, as he outlined some potential routes forward for the country with this variety.


Aurelio Montes is planning to create a high quality Riesling with the help of a winemaker from the Mosel, because Chile lacks expertise with the grape.


A winemaking venture set up to support Maule farmers in the wake of Chile's 2010 earthquake is due to see its first result launch in the UK next month.


Chile's Aurelio Montes is to try growing grapes at his Argentine estate without any irrigation from the start of this year's growing season


Semillon, rather than Chardonnay, could be the base for Chile's greatest whites, according to a couple of the country's leading winemakers.


Heavy rainfall and frost contributed to a 10% drop in Argentina's grape harvest in 2015, with Mendoza bearing the brunt of the bad weather.

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