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Viticulture in the Valleys of Bio-Bio and Itata

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in the Valleys of Bio-Bio and Itata Chilean vineyards are not geographically concentrated. Several hundred kilometers separate the wine region of northern Chile, where we find the national drink Pisco, to the wine valleys of the south Chile...

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The Central Valley of Chile and Vine

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The Central Valley of Chile and Vine The Central Valley Longitudinal valley, it is one of six large areas of terrain that divide Chile. From north to south, we have found first, Maipo Valley, Valley Recall, Curico Valley and the Valley of Maule. Valley...

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The wine region of Aconcagua in Chile

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The wine region of Aconcagua in Chile Northernmost Chilean wine regions, includes two valleys of the Aconcagua Valley and Casablanca Valley, the first, the Aconcagua valley is relatively flat, ranging from the Andes to the Pacific Ocean, this great wide...

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Viticulture in Chile

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Viticulture in Chile Chile stretches over 5000 kilometers wide from 400 to 90 km and runs along the chain of the Andes .République Chile, Chile and Spanish República de Chile. South American countries, that share borders with Peru to the north, Bolivia...

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Vine in Central Otago

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Vine in Central Otago Is located in the Otago region, south of the South Island of New Zealand. However, the area known as Central Otago includes not only the district but also named the Queenstown-Lakes District, located in ouest. New wine region, but...

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The Canterbury Region and vines

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The Canterbury Region and vines The Canterbury region is a region of New Zealand is located on the coast of the South Island It includes the Canterbury Plains, the great city of Christchurch and parts of the Southern Alps. The area is known for its vineyards...

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Vines in Marlborough

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Vines in Marlborough Marlborough is a region of New Zealand located in the northeast corner of the South Island. It is known for its dry climate, the scenery of Marlborough Sound, and vineyards. The first vines were planted in Marlborough in 1973, this...

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Nelson region and vine

Publié le par Philippe Josse

Nelson region and vine Nelson region is in , just north of the South Island is two hours drive from Marlborough, This is a paradise for potters, painters, gourmets and wine lovers It offers an impressive range of natural resources, many tourists destination.&...

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The Wairarapa region and vineyard

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The Wairarapa region and vineyard Wairarapa is a geographical region of New Zealand. It occupies the part southeast of the North Island, east of Wellington city, and south-west of the Hawke's Bay. Its name comes from the large lake Wairarapa. Visit the...

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The vines in the Hawke’s Bay Region

Publié le par Philippe Josse

The vines in the Hawke’s Bay Region Hawke's Bay is one of the hottest and driest regions of New Zealand, which has one of the largest producers of wines, especially reds - cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah - but also some white amazing. It is the first...

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