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By Wine Talk Blog | Published: October 19, 2011
They contribute something to your life which would otherwise be lacking, achieving a perfect mix. What would life be like without your friends? In Chile we celebrated Friendship Day on Friday, October 7 and Viña Ventisquero decided to celebrate it with wine lovers. In an entertaining contest on its Twitter and Facebook accounts, the Chilean winery asked readers with which of their friends they make a good combination and why. Six winners were selected from among the most original answers. They and their best friends were invited to a fun wine tasting led by Viña Ventisquero’s winemaker Alejandro Galaz.
By admin | Published: June 29, 2011
A winemaker and seven fathers, each with their son or daughter, all wine enthusiasts: this was the group which Viña Ventisquero brought together for a Father’s Day winetasting at Casa Mar, the Santiago restaurant which features renowned Chilean chef, Tomás Olivera. In Chile, Fathers’ Day was celebrated on Sunday, 19 May this year.
By admin | Published: May 27, 2011
In this spirit, the winery personified some of its grape varieties by creating lists of characteristics that could also be used to describe the mothers of its consumers. For instance, Cabernet Sauvignon mothers were typified as classic, prudent, trustworthy and as having strong and organized personalities. In contrast, Sauvignon Blanc mothers were described as witty, extrovert, easy-to-read nature lovers who come alive in the springtime.