Larry Olmsted, Senior Contributor
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By most estimates, Chile is the world’s seventh largest wine producing nation, and has numerous vineyard regions with greatly varied characteristics producing many different grape varietals. But many American consumers view “Chilean wines” as just a single product, one best known for offering a good, lower priced value proposition.
It’s true that Chile offers some excellent options for the most budget conscious consumers, but it is also true that if produces standout world-class wines, the kind of celebratory bottles you might only associate with Napa, France or Italy. But even these maintain Chile’s trademark value properties, while delivering excellence suitable for any big night out.
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