Chile’s evolving quality wine world 600 wines tasted

Fuente: James Suckling
Fecha: 01-04-2016
Small wineries making small production, highly rated wines is today’s Chile, as well as widely distributed and high quality brands distributed around the world. The diversity and excellence in Chilean winemaking is so impressive and the trend seems to be growing every trip we make to the country. has already visited Chile four times in the last two years.

Almaviva takes part at Pebble Beach Food & Wine

Pebble Beach Food & Wine is an epicurean lifestyle event on California, matching 250 acclaimed wineries and 100 celebrity chefs from around the World. Almaviva was the only Chilean winery that entered to this select event, done from last March 31st to April 3rd in the prestigious Golf Club. Almaviva was presented in a seminar and tasting held by our …

Visit of Amanda Barnes

Visit of Mrs. Amanda Barnes, British Freelance Writer and Editor, she is working in the project “80 Harvests” which includes the visit to 80 different harvests in 42 countries around the world. The visit was hosted by Mr. Michel Friou, having a vertical tasting of six different vintages of Almaviva and then a nice lunch in Casona.

Monsieur Jacques Sereys in Almaviva

We had the honor to receive for the first time in Almaviva the visit of Monsieur Jacques Sereys. He came to Almaviva before the Board meeting on April 12th. The visit was hosted by Mr. Felipe Larraín, giving a walking tour in the winery and finishing with a tasting of three vintages of Almaviva.

Almaviva welcomes Mr. Katsuyuki Tanaka and Mrs. Makiko Morito

Visit of Mr. Katsuyuki Tanaka and Mrs. Makiko Morito, two of the most important wine journalists from Japan. Mr. Tanaka is the Chief Editor of Wine Communicate and writes for several publications and gives seminars for wine professionals and consumers also was one of the members of the panel at the Almaviva Experience Tasting in Hong Kong. Mrs. Morito is …