Siegel Gran Reserva Viognier
Vina Siegel
Chile - Central Valley Region - Colchagua Valley

The grapes for the Gran Reserva wines are the product of a careful selection of Siegel's best vineyards in the Colchagua Valley, harvested by hand, and revealing a strong expression of the land.

Gran Reserva Viognier was aged for 6 months in French oak barrels with lees stirring to provide complexity and structure. The wine shows a pale yellow color with green tones. The nose offers intense notes of white peach, grapefruit and floral aromas. On the palate the wine is balanced, persistent and presents excellent balanced acidity.

Colchagua Valley
Wine Type
100% Viognier
Agricultural Practices
Soil type
alluvial origin
The grapes are hand-harvested in the moming to have low temperatures. The cluster is destemmed. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tanks, then aging in French oak barrels for six months (second and third use French oak barrels). There is no malolactic fermentation. If there is agitation of lees. Transfers are every three months. Bottle aging is between one and two months. Total acidity 3.58 g/L Reducing sugars expressed as dextrose 2.58 g/L.

Salmon dishes, Thai food.

Producer Information: Vina Siegel

Alberto Siegel was born in Santiago in 1946, the third generation in Chile of an Austrian family. His grandfather was an Austrian architect that built some very important and traditional ...
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