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Submitted by torsten Friday, 18/03/2011

In reply to by Gottfried

That's interesting to hear, Gottfried. I would also assume that labour and land will be cheaper in Chile, which is another reason. All welcome news for the British consumer as taxes and duties on alcohol are very high here.

You may find it interesting that the same supermarket chain are also selling a Grüner Veltliner for roughly the same price, made by Huber. This may be the only wine I have bought in a UK supermarket at this price range that was on the same quality level as the Chilean Pinot. Well done, Austria!

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