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Ja well no vine: Atacama Desert yields a wine that thrives on 360 days of sun

This distinctive and exotic wine is produced in the desert in vineyards at 3,600 metres above sea level

25 May 2022 - 19:11 By Rodrigo Gutierrez

Extreme temperatures, intense desert sun and high altitudes give grapes grown in Chile’s Atacama Desert a thick skin, which according to farmers from the world’s driest desert produces in an intensely coloured wine with bold flavours...

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