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Green Society is a wine brand that represents the rigorous conservation work that we do protecting the native flora and fauna in our estates.

This protected ecosystem contributes to the biodiversity and sustainable practices in our vineyards.

Green Society is a wine brand that represents the rigorous conservation work that we do protecting the native flora and fauna in our estates.

This protected ecosystem contributes to the biodiversity and sustainable practices in our vineyards.

Biological Corridor

Each of our estates has natural corridors in order to conserve the biodiversity of the valleys. These natural corridors help the growth of a highly diversified meadow made up of a combination of native and introduced plants.

Terrestrial Wildlife

The local fauna has an important role in conserving the balance in our vineyards. Also, the presence of bodies of water in our estates helps the expansion of some amphibian species.

Take a look at the wildlife in our vineyards:

BIRD SPECIES

The greater the density of vegetation in the estates, the wider the habitat for fauna, mostly benefiting bird species.

Discover all the bird species present in our fields:

Insects

The conservation and care of natural pollinators such as butterflies, bees, bumblebees, and ladybirds are extremely important for the development of our biological corridors and the ecosystem of our vineyards.

GS Cabernet Sauvignon

What does it taste like?

Fruity and intense notes of red fruits such as raspberry, cassis and plum and incorporated notes of oak.

Berries Cherrie

What to pair with this wine?

This wine pairs beautifully with all kinds of meat, particularly red such as barbecued steak, smoked beef, pasta salad, spicy, tomato or mushroom-based sauces make a great match too.

Cabernet Sauvignon
GS Carmenere

What does it taste like?

Intense red fruit like black berries and black cherries, with warm touches of chocolate, mocha and redcurrant.

Berries Cherrie Chocolate

What to pair with this wine?

As this is a full-bodied Carmenere, this wine pairs beautifully with full-flavoured foods like red meat, beef stews and roasts, but also pork and lamb. Pastas, cheeses, nuts and chocolate.

Carmenere
Pinot Noir

What does it taste like?

Concentrated flavours of sour cherry, raspberries and blackberries. This is a medium- bodied red, with soft, round and balanced flavours.

Berries Cherrie Chocolate

What to pair with this wine?

Super versatile wine. Pair with tuna, salmon, white meat like chicken, duck or turkey. Great with aged cheeses like Cheddar, Gruyere and Parmesan.

Pinot Noir
GS Sauvignon Blanc

What does it taste like?

Good aromatic intensity! Citric with notes of grapefruit, green grass, green chili and white flower.

What to pair with this wine?

Like any concentrated and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc, it’s perfect to enjoy with great seafood, chicken, spices, cheeses and vegetarian dishes. Yogurt and citric sauces will pair wonderfully with this wine too.

Sauvignon Blanc
GS Chardonnay

What does it taste like?

Fruity and fresh Chardonnay with notes of orange blossom, citrus and pineapple.

What to pair with this wine?

Great with seafood like oysters, fish, chicken, creamy and buttery cheeses like brie, pastas salads and spices.

Chardonnay
Ladybird
Bumblebee
Butteryfly