En 1875, Don Luis Pereira made his dream of producing fine grapevine varieties in the Maipo Valley come true. His best harvests were set aside to produce wines for his Reserva de Familia (Family Reserve). This Santa Carolina classic was the first Chilean wine to obtain recognition abroad: a gold medal at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris. This range currently offers wines from Chile’s different valleys and bears a tradition of over 135 years of quality. Reserva de Familia wines are concentrated and complex, with well-defined structures and classic typicities.