This wine’s excellence is backed by experience. Its elegance, balance, and robustness come from the best blocks of the San Bernardo property (third geological terrace) in the Maipo Alto sector of the Maipo Valley. It is a classic Cabernet Sauvignon-based Bordeaux-style blend complemented by other red varieties such as Cabernet Franc.
Gran Reserva is Viña Morandé’s most traditional and yet modern wine range. It is composed of six classic wines that transmit in each glass the complexity of their respective terroirs of origin as well as a refined and contemporary elegance. They are the result of the pioneering spirit that has guided our winery since its inception and which comes to light today through audacious innovations in managing the vineyards and the vinification of its grapes. Each one of these authentic terroir wines comes from our oldest and most qualitative vineyards located in the valleys of Maipo, Casablanca, and Maule. In the winemaking processes, we respect long-rooted traditions, but we also incorporate unconventional vessels and techniques to ferment and age our wines.
This line reflects our commitment to making wines that reflect a sense of place and our different terroirs. They come from a single vineyard but with different soil types, exposures, and clones for wines that express the best of their place of origin.
Our spirit leads us to explore new lands, blends, and styles. Our Pionero line is the reflection of the potential of our varieties in the Casablanca and Maule Valleys with an emphasis on the varietal expression of the fruit.
Morandé is ready to celebrate with fine bubbles and proudly offers its wines with joy, festivity, and magnificent elegance. Expertly made by Pablo Morandé, there are sparkling wines for every occasion, but all made for a single purpose—to enjoy life to the fullest.
A unique late harvest made in small amounts under special climatic conditions. It is only made in years when the Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Casablanca Valley are 100% affected by Botrytis cinerea, such as in 2000, 2007, and 2011.