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If you are a Whole Foods fan, and can't get enough of Chilean wine, you are in luck! For the next month, Wines of Chile and Whole Foods have teamed up to bring you the best of both.
For the first time in recent history, Chile has been featured on the front page of one of Eastern Canada's top wine publication, Vintages.
There's a great excuse to drink Chilean wine this September as we celebrate National Wine Day and attempt to break a world record for the longest ever line of clinking glasses!
Chile's Cabernet Sauvignon took home the lion's share of the awards at The Drinks Business magazine's Cabernet Sauvignon Masters 2016.
Reporting on western Canada’s latest wine trends and Chile’s position within the market was Western Canada’s Wines of Chile representative Alana Dickson at last week’s Annual Summit.
Reporting on both Ontario and Quebec, Eastern Canada’s Wines of Chile representative Ted Kalaboukis reported on the situation in the market at the Annual Summit last week.
Reporting on Brazil, one of Chile’s top three markets, Alessandra Cassolato from Wines of Chile Brazil presented an update on the market at the Annual Wines of Chile summit last week.
Asia is Chile’s fastest growing market, and at last week’s Annual Summit, Director of Wines of Chile Asia, Julio Alonso, presented the latest news from the market.
At last week’s Annual Summit, Director of Wines of Chile USA Marybeth Bentwood presented all the latest in the US market which is still Chile’s biggest market, however she suggested this might not last!
In the 2016 Annual Summit, Wines of Chile Commercial Director, Angelica Valenzuela kicked off the conference with an overview of where Chile is in the industry today and where it is going with the 2025 Strategy.
At last week’s Annual Summit, Director of Wines of Chile UK Anita Jackson presented an update on the UK wine market and Chile’s place within it.
Wines of Chile President talks about the possibilities of the UK's decision to vote Brexit and leave the EU.
There is nothing prettier than a glass of pink in the summertime, and Chilean rose is seeing a boom in varieties and styles that will give you a buffet of options to pair with your favourite summer dishes. Here is a guide to Chilean pink that tastes good enough to make you blush!
After the successful first edition last year, Mercado Chileno is back. London will get a flavour of Chile on 13 September for a celebration of Chilean wine.
This month Wine Bar War returned to the UK at Imbibe Live. Lines were drawn, corks were popped and wines were poured - but who won the Wine Bar War 2016?
Chile may be the 4th biggest exporter of bottled wine, and is the biggest in the New World, but agricultural movement to different production areas and climates are a challenge. So the wine industry is working on a new strategy to best manage the new wine frontiers and the commercial gaps of the wineries.