Over the past fifteen years Chilean terroir hunters have sought vineyard sites travelling 1ooo+ kms north and south a...Read more...
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Over the past fifteen years Chilean terroir hunters have sought vineyard sites travelling 1ooo+ kms north and south as well as pushing closer to the coast. What most do not realise is that the Pino family and their partner William Fevre, pioneers in terroir hunting have quietly stayed their course having planted in the mountains at almost 1ooo metres in San Juan almost twenty years ago. Initially, everyone thought the two old men were nuts, but more lately the wines made with mountain fruit on those same Maipo riverbanks [but higher and fresher] have been conquering souls and critics the world over.
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