Lyra Grand Reserva Wines


Lyra Grand Reserva wines are produced from grapes from the Maipo, Colchagua and Aconcagua Valleys.

Maipo Valley is red wine territory. Gravel terraces, warm days and cool nights provide the perfect combination for flavorful red wines with silky tannins.

Colchagua Valley is known for its ripe and juicy wines. Carmenere wines from this region routinely steal the show. It is locate at the southern part of the larger Rapel Valley.

Aconcagua Valley is a wine region north of Santiago. It is chiefly known for red grapes in its interior but white grapes are grown in the coastal area. The land and the weather contribute to the production of top quality wines with mature flavors.


Lyra Grand Reserva Chardonnay

Appellation:  Colchagua Valley

COLOR:  Bright and golden color.

NOSE:  Intense tropical fruit notes, such as pineapple, guava and mango, along with subtle notes of honey in the finish.

PALATE:  Pleasant, smooth   sensation on the palate with a well-rounded, creamy texture and a very good acidity.

FOOD PAIRINGS: Pairs well with creamy pasta dishes, as well as with white meat, such as chicken, pork and turkey.

Alc. 13% by Vol.


Lyra Grand Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon

LYRA Grand Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon
                         Maipo Valley

COLOR:  Deep ruby red with purple notes.

NOSE:  Chocolate with ripe black fruit and hints of oak aromas.

PALATE:  Black fruits and vanilla, notes, rich and ripe tannins. This wine is elegant and powerful.

FOOD PAIRINGS: This wine is great with grilled red meats, roasted lamb and spicy dishes.




Lyra Grand Reserva Pinot Noir

 APPELLATION:  Aconcagua Valley

COLOR:  Bright with light cherry color.

NOSE:  Pleasant aromas of fresh red fruit, especially raspberries.

PALATE:  Pleasant wine with smooth, elegant tannins that contribute
light structure. The texture is excellent and the finish is long and fruity.

FOOD PAIRINGS: This wine pairs well with chicken, pork, lamb and duck.

Alc. 13% by Vol.



Lyra Grand Reserva Carmenere

APPELLATION:   Colchagua Valley

COLOR:  Bright with intense  violet-red tones.

NOSE:  Fruity with aromas of ripe blackcurrants and plums along with hints of spice that end with a sweet chocolate note.

PALATE:  Medium-bodied with good volume, ripe, rounded tannins and great fruit intensity, making this wine very pleasant.

FOOD PAIRINGS: This wine pairs very well with white meat, light fish and pasta dishes. It is also excellent with spicier dishes.

Alc. 13% by Vol.