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Financial Times

Published:  23 July, 2008

Chile is the talking point for Jancis Robinson MW as she notes "the vineyards of the long thin countryhave been extending south in recent years". But this is less in response to climate change and "more because Chilean winemakers have been seeking cooler climates in which to grow a wider range of grape varieties," she adds. Aromatic Rieslings and Gewurztraminers have been the stars here, Robinson feels. Particular mention goes to the 2007 Riesling Concha Y Toro Winemaker's Lot 158 (6.99, widely available).