This lovely image of the harvest in Chile captures the beauty and the namesake color of the Carmenere vine in the Fall. Thought for many years to be Merlot, once identified correctly Carmenere has become Chile’s signature grape. And once identified correctly, and left to ripen longer than Merlot should be, it can make for some very nice wine. — Alder Yarrow
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