Gravas, a 2020 revelation
With excellent scores in each of its varieties and outstanding participation in different specialized rankings of international magazines, during 2020, Gravas emerged as the great revelation of the year.
Some wines are born from the deep search of those Andean terroirs that faithfully express the variety’s character, emphasizing the soil’s importance as it conveys the entire line’s final nature and character. Gravas has a portfolio that seeks to position Chile as a producer of high-end wines—proving it in 2020.
With outstanding scores in each of its varieties, Gravas showed this 2020 a robust portfolio that surpassed 90 points in specialized media. Gravas’ 2019 Sauvignon Blanc received 92 points from American critic Robert Parker and 93 points from journalists James Suckling and Tim Atkin.
Gravas 2018 Syrah obtained 95 points from national specialized media La CAV, 94 points from American critic James Suckling, and 90 points from Tim Atkin.
Also, Gravas 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon received 94 points from Wine Enthusiast magazine, which praised it as the “Editor’s Choice.” It also earned 95 points from Wine & Spirits, where it stood out as Best Cabernet Sauvignon, and 95 points from Wine Spectator. It also ranked No. 27 on the prestigious Top 100 list of the year’s best wines, making it the best Chilean wine in the world’s ranking and third-best Cabernet Sauvignon.
Gravas Sauvignon Blanc 2019
92 pts Robert Parker
93 pts James Suckling
93 pts Tim Atkin
Gravas Syrah 2018
95 pts La CAV
94 pts James Suckling
90 pts Tim Atkin
Gravas Cabernet Sauvignon 2017
95 pts “Nº27 in the prestigious list of the Top 100 wines of the year” Wine Spectator
94 pts “Editor’s Choice” Wine Enthusiast
95 pts “Best Cabernet Sauvignon” Wine & Spirits