In 1875, Luis Pereira materialized his lifetime dream of producing fine varieties in the Maipo valley. He saved his best vintages to produce wines for his Reserva de Familia (Family Reserve).
This signature bottling was the first Chilean wine that earned international recognition: a Gold Medal at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris.
Today, this line includes wines from the different Chilean valleys and carries a quality tradition that spans over 140 years. Reserva de Familia wines are concentrated and complex, with a well-defined structure and classic typicity.