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Review: 2011 MontGras Quatro

Review: 2011 MontGras Quatro

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: http://www.montgras.cl/english/montgras.htm Chile produces some incredible wine values and as this 2011 Quatro proves, however, some of them need more time. Primarily a Bordeaux-style blend (with only 10% Syrah thrown into the mix), this is a well-priced bottle which carries good acidity and fruit. It’s produced by Vina MontGras, located in Chile’s […]

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Chile – bringing on the W.E.P.

Everything we want in life, as consumers, we want it to be Worth Every Penny and wine is no different. It’s our rating system, it’s our mantra and I know undoubtedly, it’s your mantra as well – especially in a softened economy. We as consumers want to get the best bang for our buck as […]

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Santa Rita – good Chilean for under $10

Winery website: www.santarita.com If you were to ask most anyone in the wine-world – just a few short years ago – what one of the hottest wine regions going was – most likley, the answer would’ve been Chili. It created a name for itself in creating affordable Cabs and Carmenere’s which were giving folks in the […]

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