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Chilean Wines: Long on Unique and Flavorful Notes

The concept of grapes and winemaking was little known in Chile before Spanish conquistadors invaded during the 1500s, planting Pais vines which are now considered the country’s national grape. At the time, Pais, also known as “mission grape... via JustLuxe.com
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