Wines of Chile hosted Grand Tasting in New York

March 27, 2007

 Gourmet Magazine’s Michael Green Conducted a Seminar on Chilean Carménère

 More than 35 producers displayed over 200 wines in New York

  Wines of Chile invited members of the media and wine trade to experience Chile’s premier wines at its New York tasting at Gotham Hall on Tuesday, March 27, 2007. This marks the third grand tasting for Wines of Chile, which showcased Chile’s top wines from across its diverse wine valleys.   

  The tasting featured individual tables for each winery as well as special tables highlighting Chile’s esteemed Sauvignon Blanc and Carménère. There was also a special section for those wineries seeking U.S. importers.  

  Michael Green, wine consultant for Gourmet magazine, conducted a tasting and seminar for the media and trade exploring Carménère, a grape unique to Chile’s terroir, and Carménère blends. Green will also host a seminar for consumers providing an overview of Chile’s wines

  “This seminar provide an opportunity to taste and discuss Carménère, a grape that is distinctive to Chiles said  Michael Green. “Carménère has a unique history as well as a broad range of tastes and subtleties that arise from the varying wines, making this seminar worthwhile for anyone interested in Chilean wines.”


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