Chilean wine these days is much more than just a reliable source of cheap, fruity Merlot, Cabernet and Sauvignon Blanc. Those wines, which were so popular in U.K. supermarkets in the 1990s, are now increasingly making way for a wider range of grape varieties and an increasing focus on where a wine comes from, be it a large region or an individual vineyard. Much of the ‘Merlot’ Chile was selling has turned out to be Carmenère, and this has been transformed into something of a strength - a possible rival to Argentina’s Malbec. But the reality is that Chile doesn’t have or need a flagship grape variety - it is perfectly capable, through its wide range of soils and climates, of turning out a great deal of quality wine in a multitude of styles.

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Chardonnay 2017, De Martino

£10 Case of 12 £108

De Martino's estate Chardonnay is a great bottle of wine that doesn't sacrifice varietal character or sheer drinkability in its bid to be ethically produced. Two thirds are fermented and aged in steel tank, while the rest spends it's time in used oak barrels. The result is a rich but fresh rendition of Chardonnay with flashes of vanilla and citrus fruit on the finish.

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