Chile 2007 Launched On The Laithwaites Website

Berks, United Kingdom (PressExposure) October 15, 2008 -- 2007 was one of the best years of all time for Chilean Wine. That's why Laithwaites are show casing twelve of the best wines to ever come out of Chile on their website

Laithwaites have always had a special relationship with the South American country. They took 75% of the country's wine when they first started dealing with the Chileans. It is this relationship that has allowed them to continue to bring their customers stunning wines for the last twenty years.

So now is the time to try Chilean Wines. The wines showcased on the Laithwaites website are part of a really special year for Chile - in fact some people are saying that it is one of the greatest vintages in their winemaking history - and with a history that goes back to the 15th century that makes it a really special time for wine.

Featured in the collection are wines from favourite estates such as Vina Tarapaca Aresti Estate and Don Cayetano. But along with these classics there are some really exciting new discoveires to try as well. You can try the Poet's Coast Chardonnay or the Gold medal winning Los Rosales Chardonnay, which is a delightfully unoaked wine, great for drinking alone or with a plate of fish and salad. Or if you are more into your red wine how about Las Casas Carmenere, a super smooth number that will complement any occasion. And there are plenty more available to tempt you.

There are several medal winners in the mixed case and it is the ideal way to try a selection of wines to decide which ones you want to invest in for your winter drinking.

The wines are available in three different formats, all white, all red or mixed. So for a super taste of Chile and to benefit from this unique range of wines visit the Laithwaites website today.

About Laithwaites.

Fiona Muller
Company Name: laithwaites ltd.
Tel:+44 (0)118 903 1196

New Aquitaine House
Exeter Way

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Press Release Submitted On: October 14, 2008 at 11:55 am
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