South American wine regions have a frontier-like quality, a rusticity that has been bred out of some other new world regions. The ruggedness of the Andes certainly contributes to this feeling, but then there are little touches, like the branches that these workers are using to carry freshly harvested Syrah in the Choapa Valley. Old school technology. — Alder Yarrow
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