Uruguay Wine

Uruguay Wine

Uruguay Wine

Uruguay is the fourth-largest producer of wine in South America, with a production of 67,000 tonnes and 8,023 hectares (19,830 acres) of vineyards.

Its signature wines are that of red wines produced from Tannat although several whites including Albarino and Coco are beginning to receive attention internationally

The modern wine industry in Uruguay dates back to 1870, and the wine industry was started by immigrants of mainly Basque and Italian origin. 

In 1870, Tannat was introduced to the country by Don Pascual Harriague, a Basque.


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Garzon Albarino

£15.60 Ex Tax: £13.00

Garzon Tannat

£15.42 Ex Tax: £12.85

Garzon Viognier

£15.48 Ex Tax: £12.90

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