11 years on from Ventisquero’s first plantings in the arid Huasco region of the Atacama desert, Sarah Neish discovers why it’s the only desert in the world where its inhabitants don’t want it to

 

Chile is one of the most diverse, sustainable wine-producing countries in the world. Nestled between the Andes Mountains to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Chile boasts a stunning range of

 

Felipe Tosso, head winemaker at Ventisquero Wine Estates, reflects on 21 years at the Chilean winery and gives details of a number of new projects in the pipeline.

 

It?s still the ?go to? wine in a pub or bar so asking for a glass of ?Pinot? has become almost synonymous with Pinot Grigio.

 

The next time you?re buying online or at the wine shop, make a beeline for the Chilean section and look for the Sustainability seal!

 

Its January, and it can be chilly in more ways than one! Cold, grey, damp days, locked down at home.

 

Its January, and it can be chilly in more ways than one! Cold, grey, damp days, locked down at home.

 

Its January, and it can be chilly in more ways than one! Cold, grey, damp days, locked down at home.

 

A more affordable rival to ?king? Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah should not be discounted when it comes to top-quality red wine, and we reveal the best expressions on the market today from this year's Glob

 

It seems we had our summer in April and May during peak lockdown, so instead of sipping on rose, go for the versatile pinot noir instead, says Terry Kirby