Three Thieves Take on Chile

Three Thieves is coming to the Cooking Channel. No, it's not a show revealing the inner workings of the crime world. Rather, it's a show about three men who know how to get a good deal on great wine.

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The Three Thieves - a band of three regular guys who decided to spend their lives changing the way Americans think about wine - are setting their sights on the country of Chile. These three go around the world looking for great wine. When they find it, they bottle it, bring it home to America, put their own unique spin on it and sell it at prices considered a "steal".

But Chile is a challenge. Grapes of every kind grow there, including an old European varietal once thought extinct. The guys' mission - find the wine that best represents the vast contrasting landscapes, cultures, foods and people of Chile - and bring it home in a bottle.

Get a behind-the-scenes peek at the show now, and be sure to tune in tonight at 8 p.m. EST.

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