Last month we had a special opportunity to immerse ourselves in Chilean wines when we went to Santiago as judges for the fourth annual Wines of Chile Awards. Over three days, together with seven other American wine professionals, we sampled 400-plus Chilean wines that retail in the $10 to $25 price range. The experience convinced us not only that Chile is making very impressive wines, but also that the wines are getting better and better.One area in which Chile has made tremendous progress ...

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