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Chileans rescue abandoned grapes and create wines with a taste of nostalgia

With numerous award-winning labels of carménère, cabernet sauvignon and blends of grapes of French origin, it is not uncommon for Chile to be cited as an example of New World wine — all those that are not produced in Europe.

Supposedly, these wines have a style marked by full-bodied reds, with a high alcohol content, velvety texture, always made from the same half-dozen grapes of French origin, most of them from Bordeaux.

However, there is a new Chile, with fresh, light reds and elegant whites, which is gaining more space every day. They are wines, most . . .

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