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Gran Reserva Serie Riberas

Gran Reserva Serie Riberas is a special selection selection of Gran Reserva wines coming from vineyards located close to different river basins. This translates into unique, distinctive fresher wines. The line comprises five red varieties (Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Syrah, Merlot and Malbec) and two whites (Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc).

Origin

Sauvignon Blanc

Domain of Origin (D.O.): Colchagua, Rapel Valley

Origin: Ucúquer vineyard, south bank of river Rapel, central Chile.

 

Chardonnay

D.O.: Colchagua, Rapel Valley

Origin: Ucúquer vineyard, south bank of river Rapel, central Chile.

 

Cabernet Sauvignon

D.O.: Marchigüe, Colchagua Valley

Origin: Palo Santo vineyard, south bank of the Tinguiririca river, central Chile.

 

Malbec

D.O.: Marchigüe, Colchagua Valley

Origin: Palo Santo vineyard, south bank of the Tinguiririca river, central Chile.

 

Carmenere

D.O.: Peumo, Cachapoal Valley

Origin: Peumo vineyard, north bank of the Cachapoal River, central Chile.

 

Merlot

D.O.: San Clemente, Maule Valley

Origin: Mariposas vineyard, north bank of the Maule River, central Chile.

 

Syrah

D.O.: San Javier, Maule Valley

Origin: Villa Alegre vineyard, south bank of the Loncomilla River, central Chile.

Awards

  • Sauvignon Blanc 2012: Silver Medal. | International Wine & Spirits Competition | Sept. 2013
  • Chardonnay 2012: Silver Medal. | International Wine & Spirits Competition | Sept. 2013
  • Syrah 2010: Silver Medal. | International Wine & Spirits Competition | Sept. 2013
  • Carmenere 2009: 90 pts. | Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate | Feb. 2012
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Pairing

With Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Beef in any of its cuts, oven grilled and accompanied by pepper sauce and peppered mashed potato.
  • Different spicy and peppery sausages, especially if accompanied by an olive baguette and Dijon mustard.

With Merlot

  • Pastas filled with duck and rabbit plus a sauce with red or port wine base and cream.
  • Pork: slow oven-cooked suckling pig with herbs.

With Malbec

  • Mushroom risotto and truffles.
  • Stir-fry dishes with green vegetables and pork, with a touch of sweet-and-sour and pepper sauce.

With Carmenere

  • Meats with plenty of fat. Best if with sauce or sweet-and-sour accompaniment.
  • Duck confit or magret.

With Syrah

  • Skewered lamb (5 hours). Best if prepared with herbs.
  • Game stews with herbs and green vegetables.

With Chardonnay

  • Oily fish with cream-based sauce (grouper, tuna, smoked salmon or grilled sea bass).
  • Pastas filled with shellfish like crab, crayfish and prawns, accompanied by cream and cheese sauce.

With Sauvignon Blanc

  • Slightly-spicy oriental food.
  • Sushi (harmonizes well with the salty taste with soy sauce and the spice of wasabi).

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