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  1. Damon Levy
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    Great post on a misunderstood grape. It is taking time but the Chileans are really learning where to plant and how to manage Carmenere. And the research is just beginning — should be interesting to see how it evolves over the next decade.

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  3. Felipe
    Felipe at | | Reply

    Great article about Carmenere, Thanks for writing about this amazing grape that it´s been definitly a misunderstood variety, I believe good exponents of Carmenere need a chance in the market.

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