WINE DELIVERY around montevideo ?
It’s always wine time, especially now!
Artesana Winery – experience a bit of this boutique winery at home. Their wine tasting kit includes bottles from 2019 and their very special gourmet appetizers (for us, they’ve always had the best lunch of any winery in Uruguay). A thoughtful service Artesana just launched is the Message in a Bottle, in which you can send a bottle of wine as a gift to someone along with a little message.
Contact Vale and Analia at +598 94 596 109
Get to know Artesana’s story here
Los Nadies – Los Nadies only sells to people they know personally and so have been doing wine deliveries ever since they began in 2011. Follow their Instagram to know the options in stock, some of the most complex wines in Uruguay, created by winemaker Manuel Filgueira, to enjoy yourself or send as a gift. Prices from 680 pesos, order at +598 91771711.
Get to know more about Los Nadies in this article or watching this episode of The Uruguay Corona Chronicles
Wine Explorers – Explore wine from the safety of your home. Check out Wine Explorers’ special offers on their Facebook and Instagram pages. Even better, never miss a deal by writing to Veronica at email@example.com to find the current offers and join Wine Explorers mailing list.
You can find out more about Wine Explorers here
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