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The 2016 vintages of Gravas del Maipo and Gravas Rojas both earned outstanding scores in Wine & Spir
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During the first few days of March, El Triángulo, Lo Ovalle and Los Perales vineyards in the Casablanca Valley initiated their 2017 harvest.
This valley is located approximately 60km from the Pacific Ocean, close to the coastal cities of Viña del Mar and Valparaíso, and 60km from Chile’s capital, Santiago.
The harvest was brought forward by around 15 days due to a season with higher temperatures than an average year, a trend which occurred throughout Chile.
See how the first few days of the harvest were experienced in this area.
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