One of the most famous wines from Chile has a French pedigree | Britt on Forbes

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Chile has its fair share of French wine producers. And who can blame the French for trying their luck here? Chile is a magnificent country for viticulture. In 1994 Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle fell in love with the Colchagua Valley and, more specifically, a small part of it called Apalta Valley.

She launched Lapostolle Wines, and very soon after, she gained fame for her wines Clos Apalta and Cuvée Alexandre.

Read more in Britt’s article on BKWine Magazine, originally published on Forbes: Lapostolle and Clos Apalta, Chilean wines with a French touch | Britt on Forbes.

Vineyards on a mountain slope in Colchagua, Chile
Vineyards on a mountain slope in Colchagua, Chile, copyright BKWine Photography
A wine cellar with oak barrels and an egg-tank in Chile
A wine cellar with oak barrels and an egg-tank in Chile, copyright BKWine Photography

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