Since the end of the 20th century, Chile has become a real viticulture industry power. By entering the international market, the country has also been changing its production methods for new techniques that seek to ensure the environment’s well-being.
For years, the Lastarria neighborhood has been acknowledged as the primary cultural and gastronomical center of Santiago. Nevertheless, new cultural circuits have taken precedence in the city, one of them centered around the neighborhood known as the “Barrio Italia”.
A few weeks ago, the American magazine Time listed “The 13 most amazing sandwiches the world has to offer” and our traditional chacarero made the list. Following that logic, we wonder, which are the most amazing sandwiches Chile has to offer?
For the first time in its 12 years of existence, the most renown show of quality olive oil in the world, Sol D’Oro, organized once a year in Italy by Veronafiere, left its homeland to come to Chile to set up the first version of Sol D’Oro Hemisferio Sur.
Chile has a well-known name across the world due to the great quality of its wines, and now the Maipo Valley is running to become the best wine region to visit, according to the ranking set up by USA Today.
The contest, which seeks to promote Chilean wines abroad and to position the touristic and culinary attractions that the city offers, had a panel of judges made up of national and international experts.
Patronato is a neigborhood located in Recoleta district. Between Bellavista, Domínica, Loreto and Recoleta streets, Patronato brings together colors and flavors from faraway lands. Upon the arrival of Arab immigrants in late 19th century, Korean, Chinese, Indian and Palestinian communities joined. Here is a tour through the faces, product and stories that make of Patronato one of the most multicultural barrios in the city.