A Chilean vineyard has prevailed in a UK trademark dispute with the Peruvian IP office, as part of a long-running dispute over the rights to the name of pisco, a brandy produced in the region.
Chile Rebuilds Devastated Wine Regions After Fires
Lost Vine of Chilean Patagonia Identified by DNA
Bloomberg has an interesting report on the Chilean wine industry, exploring how climate change is adjusting the terroir of the country’s beloved grapes. Winemakers are
Growers Mull Legal Action Over U.S. Grape Glut