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Artesana – female wine-makers unite great wine & adventurous cuisine

A short drive from Montevideo close to the picturesque wetlands region, lies Artesana, a new boutique winery run by two women wine-makers. …

The Wine Experience - great Uruguay wine tours

Recommended wine tours in Montevideo and Canelones

The Wine Experience is more like catching up with friends and focuses on wine tours to small wineries, where you will be …

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Wine tasting in Uruguay vs Napa, California

What makes wine tasting extra special and value for money in Uruguay? I have seen a few criticisms online about the price …

Wine tasting in Carmelo

Charming Carmelo in western Uruguay, an hour’s drive from Colonia del Sacramento, has been called the Uruguayan Tuscany. The sleepy town is surrounded …

Nico and Liber at Montevideo Wine Experience - great Uruguay wine tasting. Photo: Doug Young

Montevideo Wine Experience – the underground sommeliers

Right across from the port of Montevideo, on the outer-edge of the infamous Port Market, lies Montevideo Wine Experience, a “hole-in-the-wall” style …

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Carmelo: The Uruguayan Tuscany

Flat green fields, brown dusty country roads, squat bushes of lavender and rosemary. A hundred year old general store on the crossroads. …

Feeling Uruguay - wine tours in Uruguay

Wine tours in Uruguay

Damian of Feeling Uruguay Wine Tours was born and brought up in Mendoza, the heart of Argentinian wine country and the home …

Pinot Noir by Heather Katsoulis

6 Uruguayan wines you MUST try

In a recent interview, Argentinian wine expert, Claudio Angelotti, listed his favourite Uruguayan wines. As the original interview was in Spanish, Guru’guay …

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3 Uruguayan white wines you must not miss

So you drink white wine and were all bummed because everything you have read about Uruguayan wines is praising the reds? Good …

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Uruguay wines vs. Argentina’s, who comes out top? You may be surprised

Yes, it has surprised a lot of people –including my more sceptical Uruguayan friends– but Financial Times wine expert Jancis Robinson in her Autumn …