Kunio Bansho, editor-in-chief of the renowned Wands magazine, will publish his memoirs and tasting notes on fine Chilean wines. He has announced his retirement in 2019, so he will close his remarkable career in the wine world with a summary of his many visits to Chile, meetings with winemakers and specialized information compilations, which will be aimed at the trade and professionals of the category. The content of the book is aimed at showing our country as a producer of high-end wines, giving an emphasis on its natural conditions conducive to agricultural production in general. It aims to group at least 20 Chilean wineries under analysis of their wines, suggest suitable pairings for them, with the use of Chilean inputs in local preparations. The book will feature the differentiating element of Kunio's personal tasting notes taken through his visits to Chile, which seek to guide and motivate Japanese sommeliers to explore Chilean wines from Premium segments. This element will stand out as the first technical book in the Japanese market, differentiating itself with the other two books developed for Chinese markets, which present a different background and objective.