What’s the future of Chilean Carignan?
November 11, 2019
In 2010, a group of wine producers in Chile set up an unprecedented association called Vigno dedicated to just one variety of wine from just one area of Chile. Why? Because they thought that some really special wines could be made from the old and largely unappreciated Carignan vines in a remote, dry area of Maule.
Fast forward nine years to an international Carignan seminar in the Chilean capital of Santiago. It was like the who’s who of Chilean wine: just about everybody who is anybody was there. I went along on behalf of South America Wine Guide to find out opinions about the future of Carignan in Chile.
Read the full article at South America Wine Guide
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