Corrugated City

Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Wine! Grapes! Vineyards! Colchagua!


On Monday and Tuesday I went down to Santa Cruz, in the heart of the Colchagua Valley, famous for being the centre of production for some of Chile's finest red wines. It's a beautiful area of the country and I love getting away from the city from time to time.

This time, I wasn't there for wine tours but for my own work. I'm re-starting my agricultural property consulting after a sabbatical year and went down to talk to real estate agents, oenologists and other people I'll be working with. If you're interested in investing in Chile in a vineyard, fruit farm or any kind of real estate in Chile then please visit Chile Investments.

I had a great time catching up with some friends I haven't seen for over a year and the trip was pretty successful. Apart from quite literally being run off the road at 80mph by a brain dead muppet, missing a road sign by a couple of inches and being within a split second of becoming a statistic.

Having been forced to study them for my business degree, I can truthfully say that I hate statistics.





2 comments:

miguel said...

For some reason I have a hanker'n for some grape juice #:] lucky me...I have some in the fridge...Nice look'n vineyard...Good luck on your consulting job...Sorry for your close call with the muppet...How quickly life can be taken...no one wants to be one of those statistics.

Matt said...

Statistics really do suck.