Am looking for the answer to a drinks quiz from the Daily Telegraph today (Sat 31.12.16) The question is:What word collects the following; please explain the connection in each case: (a) Elqui Valley, Chile (b) Clos de los Siete, Mendoza, Argentina - HotUKDeals
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Am looking for the answer to a drinks quiz from the Daily Telegraph today (Sat 31.12.16) The question is:What word collects the following; please explain the connection in each case: (a) Elqui Valley, Chile (b) Clos de los Siete, Mendoza, Argentina

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#1
wine - google the connections
#2
It's not one word, but they are either side of the Andes mountain range that creates a boarder between Chile and Argentina, where the plane crashed for the film "Alive" to be set.
(I thought wine would be too obvious?)

Edited By: deviouspaul on Dec 31, 2016 12:43
#3
As post above me has stated - first impression is definitely WINE...... Unless there is some other deep deep connection?!! LOL!
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deviouspaul
It's not one word, but they are either side of the Andes mountain range that creates a boarder between Chile and Argentina, where the plane crashed for the film "Alive" to be set.

so the one-word connection would be..... Andes

Edited By: aau1 on Dec 31, 2016 12:44
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Malbec
#6
I thought it was ANDES as Elqui valley runs from Pacific to foot of Andes, Clos de Los Siete wine grapes are grown at foot of Andes & Giuseppe Sesti has written books on ancient calendar systems of which the Andean people (from the Andes) are well known. TBH I now think it might simply be WINE. a. Is a wine region. b. Is a wine. c. Is a winemaker. I may well of overthought it

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