Chilean winemakers turn to signature grape to improve offerings

09/6/2013 | Cheers magazine online

Chilean winemakers are working on increasing the variety and quality of its wines for export. To overcome the country's reputation as a cheap wine producer, vintners are cultivating some of the newer varietals, reducing the oak flavors and focusing more on the country's signature grape, carmenère. "We are just now starting to show the potential of carmenère from Chile," said winemaker Matias Rios.

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