7 Colores Reserva, blends of classic and heritage varieties

From the Maule Valley, this line of Viña 7 Colores is known for its innovative and unique blends. Its bi-varietal character refers to the fact that it combines varieties that are not commonly mixed, forming a completely different proposal in the traditional world of wine.



Since its launch, 7 Colores has stood out for its unusual proposal: being a winery with creativity without limits or paradigms, that breaks with the codes of the competition, in addition to disobeying the rules, a characteristic that reveals its innovative and irreverent essence.


Far from the formality with which the world of wine is often associated, this vineyard has already made an important name for itself in the field, thanks to its unique and innovative blends, which result in well-balanced, rounded, and very attractive.

Among the most acclaimed blends is the Reserva line, where all its wines mix classic varieties with heritage varieties, which normally do not go together, but nevertheless end up being an attractive, innovative, and different proposal.

Its varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon/País, which both varieties come from the Maule Valley and are in tune with the terroir where they are produced. It is a wine with a good structure, medium body, and pleasant persistence. It has notes of black fruits, such as maqui and blueberry, as well as sweet notes of vanilla and fresh tobacco. In this blend, the País strain brings a rustic note to the blend.

Carmenère/Cinsault, on the other hand, is a smooth, spicy, and fruity wine. It has notes of blackberries and cherries, as well as fresh herbs. On the palate, it is medium-bodied, with flavors of red berries such as raspberry, which stands out thanks to the Cinsault.

The Merlot/Malbec is a violet-red wine with notes of black fruits such as blackberries and blueberries. On the palate, it is fruity, juicy, with firm tannins, with a medium body, fresh acidity, and good persistence. In this blend, the Malbec strain gives floral notes to the mix.

As for the white varieties, we find the Sauvignon Blanc/Torontel, where the second strain is responsible for increasing the aromatic breadth of the Sauvignon Blanc so that it is fruitier and more floral. It is a fresh wine, with tense acidity with a balanced body, and a long finish on the palate.

Finally, the Chardonnay/Semillon is a blend with a citrus character, with fruity notes reminiscent of pears, green apples, and fresh pineapple. It is a balanced, fresh wine with a medium body and good persistence. In this blend, the Semillon strain is responsible for providing floral notes.