Wine time: 2 Chilean wines make excellent summer sippersPensacola News JournalWhat has turned Chilean wines around? They already had terrific growing conditions with weather influenced by the Andes Mountains and Pacific Ocean. What they lacked was an influx of cash to develop better winemaking practices and equipment.
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It's pleasant to visit winery tasting rooms and sip your favorite varietals, but not everyone knows that many wineries offer extended tours of their wine making facilities and vineyards. And the tours usually include special tastings, too.
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Steve Gliessman inspecting the fruit during the 2008 harvest After first experimenting with grapes in 1995, Gliessman planted the main four-acre vineyard in 1998 with zinfandel, shiraz (from an imported Australian clone of syrah), and, more recently, Pedro Ximénez, the grape used traditionally in sherry that he’ll make into a still white wine this year. Designed in the old Californian style, the vineyard is head-trained and dry-farmed, and the whole property is off-the-grid and powered by the sun. The resulting wines boom with intensity and complexity, as the minimal irrigation produces smaller berries that allow more flavor extraction during fermentation. His test has steadily received high marks, with Condor Hope’s 450 cases a year — which are made at River Run Vintners in Aromas — fetching “rave” reviews, he said, and selling out solely through the website and his weekly farmers market stand in Santa Cruz.
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