This is a blog with my personal reviews of the Wines of Chile, the comments are solely the opinion of the author, but of course are spot on.
All the wines reviewed may not be available in all markets and prices vary so much that publishing a range is difficult. Use one of the Wine search engines to find the wine.The author is a fan of New World wines and particularly those from Chile, some may recognize the reviews as the WSET (Wine and Spirits Education Trust)quality assessment. I find this much better than the 100, 20, ABC, 1-5 star systems as the assessment is very qualitative in nature. The wines will range from Acceptable to Good to Very Good and at the top Outstanding. These may be further defined by a + or – at each level.
I hope this gives you information to help you make a well-informed purchase so you can enjoy the wine.
Its all about the Wine.
Lee Thomas Newby, AIWS
I live in Vancouver, BC Canada and travel to Chile regularly.
I can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
AIWS stands for Associate of the Institute of Wine and Sprits, which only Wine and Sprit Education Trust Diploma holders are invited into. For more information on WSET.