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Vinography Images: Cabernet and Mountains


Cabernet and Mountains
Call it the perfect pairing: Autumn Cabernet vines in the Maipo valley, set against the cordillera of the Andes. Chilean wine country has some of the world's greatest scenery thanks to the incredibly massive mountains that stand as a backdrop to many of its regions. -- Alder Yarrow

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