MONTGRAS Reserva Carmenere 2017

MONTGRAS Reserva Carmenere 2017

MontGras Reserva is our broadest and most diverse range of wines, coming from Chile’s best origins. The grapes are carefully selected to produce aromatic, fruit-forward wines, rich in fruit that are round and pleasing in the mouth.

VINTAGE: 2017

VARIETALS: 85% Carmenere, 15% Merlot

APPELLATION: Colchagua Valley 

AGING: 80% of the wine had oak contact for 5 months.

ALCOHOL: 13.5%

TASTING NOTES:
This wine is an intense, very deep, dark purple colour. It has aromas of ripe, sweet black fruits, such as blackberries mixed with some spicy notes of black pepper. It has a good volume in the mouth, with round tannins and a soft texture. The dark fruits are at the forefront and are perfectly balanced with some subtle notes from the ageing process. The finish is long.

This wine pairs very well with spicy food, such as Indian or Mexican dishes. It is also an excellent accompaniment with some pasta or pork dishes with sweet and sour sauces and cooked vegetables.

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MONTGRAS Reserva Carmenere 2017

Region: Chile

PURE SUNSHINE

Brothers Hernán and Eduardo Gras, along with partner Christian Hartwig, set up the winery in 1993, combining state-of-the-art technology with the talent and passion of a very special group of people.

Hernán brought the substantial winemaking experience he had gained in Canada, while his brother, Eduardo and their friend Cristian Hartwig, contributed with their entrepreneurial vision and pragmatic business acumen. Their combination of skills and experience has enabled MontGras to become one of Chile’s foremost wine groups.

Today, we are one of the largest family-owned Chilean wineries, exporting to more than 30 countries worldwide.  With more than 25 years of existence in both the national and international markets, MontGras has been consistently ranked among the TOP 15 Wineries from Chile in the exports of bottled and packaged wine