Chile has definitely got the “sky thing” down. I’m sure there’s some sort of topographic and/or climatic reason for it, but the clouds and the blue are a bit more electric than other places. Here’s a view above some vineyards in the Cachapoal Valley, most likely holding Cabernet, the primary grape grown in this region south of Santiago. — Alder Yarrow
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