We are very happy to tell you the excellent scores granted to our wines by DWWA, one of the most important and influential wine contests of the world.
Our House of Morandé 2018, the emblematic Cabernet Sauvignon from the Maipo Valley, and our top-quality wine –backed up by its longstanding history- received a gold medal and 96 points. It was acknowledged for its tannin structure of great finesse and its soft, elegant, and persistent ending.
From our Reserva range, which expresses the diverse identities of our terroirs, Merlot 2019 stood out with a silver medal and 91 points for its juicy tannins and pleasant acidity on the palate. Special mention must be made of our Carmenère Gran Reserva 2019, made with grapes from the Cachapoal Valley. It was also awarded a silver medal and 90 points for its earthy flavors of truffles and black fruits. A complex and persistent wine with velvety tannins and a soft ending.
Our Guardián País 2019 was recognized with a silver medal and 92 points. It is made with grapes from the Maule Valley, which were vinified in 3,000-liter concrete eggs. The wine stood out for the freshness of its fruit expression, its soft structure, and its medium body. A wine that invites you to drink one glass after the other.