Rayado Cabernet Sauvignon
Sustainably and responsibly grown
Central Valley, Chile
Our Chilean winemaking has evolved towards all traditional red wine vinification: cold soaking, alcoholic fermentation with pump-overs plus manual cap punch downs. Most of the Cabernet components were aged on their lees for six months in tank, in contact with French oak inner-staves, then aged in older French and American oak barrels.
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Sommology Food & Wine Pairings
Food and wine getting clever together
Charcuterie platter, bruschetta with chopped tomatoes, fresh basil and olive oil, steak salad with blue cheese, nuts and cranberries, flank steak with au gratin potato casserole, stuffed peppers with rice, breadcrumbs and cheese, grilled Portobello mushrooms glazed with olive oil, herbs and balsamic vinegar, spaghetti with marinara sauce and meatballs, dark chocolate squares, dark chocolate brownies, red berry pies or tartsPair Me Up
Why We Love It
Sip With A Purpose
Our Rayado Cabernet Sauvignon has the distinction of being Traveling Vineyard’s flagship charity wine. It was originally launched in 2014 in honor of Traveling Vineyard Wine Guide Paigeann Mapley-Brittle who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2013. At that time, we did not know the wide-ranging impact this label would have, or that it would come to represent the beautiful life and legacy of another Wine Guide and friend, Rebecca Nadler, who lost her battle with breast cancer in November 2019. We dedicate this vintage to Rebecca, and we give with love $1 from the sale of each bottle of Rayado to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.