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Uruguayan Wines: Bodegas Carrau

Howdy my fine quality wine supporters! It is time to present one of the best wineries in Uruguay. A wine producer that has a broad history, since 1752 in Catalonia up to nowadays in Uruguay, where they produce some of… Continue Reading →

Uruguayan Wine Tour: The Wine Experience

Hello my wine loving amigos! We have been following the Uruguayan wine industry in the last few weeks and been learning about the different grapes, terroirs and wineries that can be found in the wine country on the east side… Continue Reading →

Uruguayan Wine: Bodega Familia Irurtia

Hello my fine wine fans! How many of you had the opportunity to enjoy a wine that represents so well the history of a country? Pop up a bottle that gives us more than a premium beverage inside. A bottle… Continue Reading →

Uruguayan Wine: Narbona Winery

We have been talking in the last few weeks about high quality wine from Uruguay, so now the time to talk about the best examples of wineries has come. Today, we introduce Narbona Winery, a boutique producer from the fantastic… Continue Reading →

Uruguayan Wine: The Main Regions for High Quality

Behold the rising star of South America´s wine scene: Uruguay! With its famous Tannat leading the way, the Uruguayan wine knew how to win the heart of multiple wine drinkers all over the world and this phenomenon promises to keep… Continue Reading →

Uruguayan Wine: Tannat's country

Twenty years ago very few people would have thought that high quality wines would come from other countries in South America that weren’t Argentina or Chile. Gladly for us, the wine lovers, the territory has expanded and new delicious wines… Continue Reading →

Anuva Looks Across Rio de la Plata into Uruguay’s Boutique Wine Scene

A short boat ride from Buenos Aires sits some uncharted wine territory. Uruguay is slowly changing its reputation in the wine world or lack there of. In recent years innovations and experiments in wine have concentrated their small production into… Continue Reading →

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