Siegel Special Reserve wines represent the union of tradition and innovation in two generations. The grapes are sourced through careful selection of our best vineyards. Their ripe and round tannins clearly express the terroir of Colchagua.
Intense violet-red color, with aromas of black fruits, spices, dark chocolate and dried figs. The palate is balanced and juicy with velvety tannins and a long finish.
It pairs well with creamy pasta dishes, soft cheeses and pork based recipes.
"The 2019 Carménère Siegel Special Reserve from Colchagua was aged for 12 months in oak and offers a nose of white pepper and blackberry with a typical herbal character, angular tannins, a slightly dry feel and a touch of acidity at the end.- Joaquín Hidalgo"
- Antonio Galloni's Vinous (May 2021), 87 pts
"Spicy black fruit aromas are herbal and slightly soupy. This Carmenère from a hot vintage feels jammy and full, with saucy plum and tea flavors. Herbal plum, berry and chocolaty oak notes work well on the finish. MICHAEL SCHACHNER "
- Wine Enthusiast Magazine (February 2020), 89 pts
"A nicely floral carmenere with notes of violets, nutmeg, dried herbs and sweet brambleberries. Medium body, fresh acidity, fine tannins and a mineral finish. Drink now."
- James Suckling (2018), 90 pts
"Saturated ruby. Ripe, spice-accented blueberry, violet and hints of olive, cracked pepper and woodsmoke on the perfumed nose and in the mouth. Plush and subtly sweet; a spine of juicy acidity adds vivacity and back-end lift. Supple tannins sneak in slowly on the clinging, supple finish, which leaves behind a sweet blue fruit note. - Josh Raynolds"
- Vinous (February 2017), 89 pts
"A red with a tangy acidity and a rich palate that develops into dried meat, spice and dried fruit character. Drink now."
- James Suckling (May 12th 2016), 91 pts
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 ...