Explore the fusion of flavors in Chile and Argentina.
It's a melting pot of influences you're tasting when sipping Chilean and Argentinian varietals. Chilean wines, although influenced by Spanish culture, who colonized the region, were also heavily inspired by the French, who immigrated there in the mid-19th century. With a climate described as a cross between California and France, there is complex layering in many varietals. On the other hand, the Italians lent their methods and flavors to Argentinian wines from the late 1800s through the 1920s. Come explore the renaissance version of "hybrid" wines with us and learn more about these intricate regions and what they're producing.
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