Chile marks 2 decades of Carmenere wine

0kB1akcTOgUreF835LDrq8URroNRdnkUPJ-ta_WESdoFrench wine expert Jean Michel Boursiquot made a discovery in November 1994 at the Viña Carmen vineyard in Chile’s Maipo Valley that broadened the horizon for the Andean country’s wines.

As he strolled along Merlot grapevines Boursiquot found and examined one of the plants and he was certain: it was Carmenere, an old and almost disappeared strain originated in the wine-producingregion of Bordeaux, France.

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