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25 reasons to taste the grape

Chile's the theme country, but the Vancouver Playhouse International Wine Festival is truly a world gathering.
Here are 25 must-see booths to celebrate 25 fabulous years

BODEGA Y CAVAS DE WEINERT (ARGENTINA) put Argentina on the wine map in the early 1990 when American wine critic
Robert Parker Jr. praised its wines.
The good news is the Weinert wines are even better than they were a decade ago.
Check out the most unusual blend in the room: the 1999 Miscelánea with its grape mix of merlot, malbec, cabernet-sauvignon, syrah,
tempranillo, barbera, gamay, sangiovese, tannat, verdot, chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, ugni blanc, chenin, torrontés,
moscatel de Alejandria and, believe it or not, others!