James Suckling Recognizes Gravas with High Scores
The line’s Syrah obtained 94 points, while the Sauvignon Blanc received 93 points, with both wines ranking among the best from Chile.
The recent report on Chilean wines by U.S. critic, James Suckling, recognized the Gravas line with high scores. Gravas del Maipo Syrah 2018 received 94 points and was recognized as “a fine-grained red with dark-berry, dried-meat and currant character. Medium to full body. Fresh, linear finish. Shows tension and finesse.” Meanwhile, Gravas el Bío-Bío 2019 obtained 93 points and was considered one of the best Sauvignon Blancs from Chile, for its “wonderful acidity tension with sliced lemons, green apples, stones and minerals. Medium-bodied, bright and vivid. So much energy. Tangy, fresh finish.”