Montevideo is Uruguay’s capital city and still supports a small number of older wineries, although many have been squeezed towards Canelones on
the outskirts of the city. The mild climate here is comparable to Bordeaux and in addition to the ubiquitous Tannat, French varietals are, unsurprisingly, common. Only 1/10th the size of Canelones, output is naturally small, but quality is high.
A deep ruby colour with harmonious and complex nose. Red fruits such as plum, cherries with hints of spice. A dry, full-bodied wine with a balanced palate. Soft tannins and an elegant structure with a pleasing finish.