Chilean winemaker killed in air crash

13 January, 2010

Diego García de la Huerta of the Chilean winery Viña Sutil, was been killed in an air crash on Monday.

Diego García de la Huerta the manager and winemaker at the Chilean winery Viña Sutil in the Colchagua valley, has been killed in an aircrash.

An experienced pilot, the 37-year-old was flying with three friends when the small aircraft came down unexpectedly on Monday morning. The plane was found in La Cachina, 22 km inland from the coast. There were no survivors.

Diego García de la Huerta worked at Viña Sutil for 12 years. He leaves a wife and three children





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