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Chile Carmenere, 1: History | Wine Spectator

Carmenere is Chile’s top varietal, but until the 1990s, winemakers didn’t realize the grape was in their vineyards. Unravel the mystery with Santa Carolina’s Andres Caballero and Wine Spectator’s Gloria Maroti Frazee.

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