Viu Manent

The wines in the Single Vineyard series are extraordinary examples of the definition of their region and variety, which contributes to the complexity and personality of each wine.

These are small productions made with the finest Viu Manent grapes from selected blocks of our 3 Colchagua Valley vineyards. Controlled yields and very ripe, concentrated hand-picked fruit give rise to these wines of outstanding characteristics that are aged for 14–18 months in French oak barrels.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Dark red in color, with aromas of black fruits, such as wild blackberries and blackcurrants on the nose along with subtle nutty and floral notes. The palate is fresh, with tremendous volume and sweet, round, elegant tannins leading to a pleasing and persistent finish.

Ideal with grilled red meats such as beef or lamb. Best decanted and served at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

These grapes come from the best sectors of the Malbec blocks 5 and 6 in a vineyard planted more than 100 years ago at the San Carlos estate near Cunaco, in the heart of the Colchagua Valley.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Deep, dark red in color. The nose is complex, with aromas of plums, blackcurrants, and cherries, floral notes of violets, and blond tobacco. A fruity wine on the palate, with velvety tannins and good texture and structure, leading to a pleasing and persistent finish.

Ideal with slow-cooked meats such as leg of lamb or oven-roasted pork ribs. Best decanted and served at 18ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from a selection of the best sectors of blocks 1, 2, 3, and 4 of our La Capilla Vineyard near the town of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. These blocks of Cabernet Sauvignon average 22 years in age.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Violet-purple in color. The nose offers aromas of red and black fruits such as blackberries, cherries, plums, and strawberries, along with good structure, fruity concentration, delicious acidity, and tannic tension, resulting in a pleasing, persistent finish.

Ideal with lamb curry or grilled bone-in meats such as T-bone or sirloin steaks. Best served at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

El Olivar, located near the town of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. The plantation has an average age of 16 years.

Obtained from selected sectors of our vineyards to privilege fine sweet, ripe varietal aromas.

The wines are big-bodied and have great volume and length on the palate, with soft and elegant tannins. The wines in this category are carefully oak-aged to produce a perfect balance between fruit and oak.

Elegant and traditional style are the main characteristics in this range of fine wines.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Deep and intense cherry red in color with a violet hue. The elegant nose stands out for its aromas of red fruits, sour cherries, and berries with a subtle note of blonde tobacco that lends complexity. The palate offers notes of wild blackberries accompanied by voluptuous, elegant tannins that lead to a long and generous finish.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from the San Carlos vineyard near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. The vines average 28 years in age.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

A deep violet red color, on the nose this wine offers outstanding berry aromas along with subtle notes of sweet herbs and blond tobacco. The palate features good volume and structure combined with well-proportioned tannins, and acidity that gives way to an enjoyable, balanced finish.

Ideal with grilled meats or roasted lamb.
Serve at 18ºC.

Vineyard

La Capilla, on the outskirts of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. The Carménère blocks are 27 years old, on average.

Tasting Notes & Pairing

A deep violet red color, on the nose this wine offers outstanding berry aromas along with subtle notes of sweet herbs and blond tobacco. The palate features good volume and structure combined with well-proportioned tannins, and acidity that gives way to an enjoyable, balanced finish.

This Carmenere has a great versatility with spiced foods like curry or Latin cuisine based on corn and meat.
Ideal to serve between 16 and 18 degrees.

Vineyards

La Capilla, on the outskirts of Peralillo in the Colchagua Valley. The Carménère blocks are 27 years old, on average.

Tasting Notes & Maridajes

Greenish-yellow in color. The nose is complex, with aromas of exotic fruits, white peach, pineapple, citrus, and white flowers accompanied by subtle mineral notes. The refreshing palate offers tremendous volume, excellent acidity, and a freshness that leads to a long and pleasing finish.

Ideal with fish and shellfish such as grilled shrimp and with cheeses such as Camembert.
Serve at 10ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from a vineyard in the Litueche sector near the coastal border of the northern extreme of the Colchagua Valley, 18 kilometers from the Pacific Ocean. The proximity of the sea provides a strong maritime influence that enables the grapes to ripen slowly and reach great quality potential.

Tasting Notes &  Food Pairing

Intense yellow in color with a complex nose ripe in aromas of papayas in syrup, honey, oranges, and stone-fruit pits. The palate is expressive, with good volume and structure, and presents fresh acidity that lends good balance and a pleasing finish.

Served cold at 8º–10ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from our vineyards at the San Carlos Fundo near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. The blocks were planted more than 100 years ago.

The Reserva line represents the purest identity of each variety.

These wines stand out for their youth and maximum fruit expression full of color, aromas, and flavors.

These are ideal wines for any occasion.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

A deep violet-red color, on the nose this wine offers outstanding berry aromas along with subtle notes of sweet herbs and blond tobacco. The palate features good volume and structure combined with well-proportioned tannins and acidity that gives rise to an enjoyable, balanced finish.

Ideal with pork ribs, hamburgers, and sausages.
Serve at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

This wine is from different Malbec vineyards planted in the Colchagua Vallley 16 years ago on average.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Ruby red in color with violet nuances. The nose is fruity, with notes of red fruits such as sour cherries and raspberries along with a light spicy note. The palate is fresh and has good balance, medium body, and smooth, round tannins that lend way to a pleasing finish.

Ideal with grilled dishes, aged cheeses, and sausages.
Serve at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine primarily come from the San Carlos Vineyard located near Cunaco in the Colchagua Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon blocks were planted more than 100 years ago.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Deep, dark violet-red in color. The nose presents aromas of red and black fruits such as blackberries and red and black cherries accompanied by a light note of black pepper. The palate is well balanced and pleasing with good volume, silky tannins, and a smooth texture.

Medium-bodied, flavorful, and very versatile at the table with dishes ranging from grilled fish to highly seasoned stews.
Serve at 16º–18ºC.

Vineyard

From different Carmenere vineyards in the Colchagua Valley and with an average age of 18 years.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Violet red in color with an abundance of fresh red fruit aromas and plums, black cherries, and blackcu- rrants on the nose. The palate presents medium body, round, well-balanced tannins, and a long, pleasing finish.

Ideal with meatballs with tomato sauce, chicken wings, and pizza.
Serve at 16ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from different Merlot vineyards in the Colchagua Valley with an average age of 18 years.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Pale yellow in color, clean and bright. The nose is expressive with fruit notes like melon, exotic fruit, and subtle citrus notes. On the palate the wine is very fresh, fruit-forward, intense, subtlety mineral, with a long finish.

Ideal for pasta with seafood, salads with white meats, sushi or salmon tartar.
Serve at 10 degrees

Vineyard

Made with grapes from distinct vineyards in the Colchagua Valley, with a large percentage coming from the San Carlos estate, located near the town of Cunaco. The rest comes from vineyards located in the piedmont of the Andes Mountain Range.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Brilliant and light pink in color. The nose shows aromas of tart red fruits and white peaches intermingled with notes of white flowers. The palate is fresh, fruity, and well-balanced with a pleasing and persistent finish.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from the San Carlos vineyard in the heart of the Colchagua Valley. The blocks average 11 years in age.

Tasting Notes & Food Pairing

Light yellow in color. The nose is fresh and fruity, with aromas of pineapple, white peach, and pear. The palate is refreshing with good balance and bright acidity, leading to a long, mineral finish.

Serve at 7º–9ºC.

Vineyard

The grapes for this wine come from two vineyards in the Colchagua Valley. The first is the Fundo San Carlos near Cunaco, where the blocks average 20 years in age. The second is located in the Litueche zone near the Colchagua coast, just a little more than 20 kilometers from the sea, which lends freshness, natural acidity, and aromatic intensity to the wine.