Uruguay: More than Tannat, Decanter October 2016

Decanter Uruguay feature

A vast array of soils and terroirs gives this diminutive but plucky nation the tools it needs to forge a strong identity of its own, says Amanda Barnes. And it’s the growing reputation of Uruguay’s white wines that’s grabbing the attention…

Read the full article here, Decanter October 2016


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3 thoughts on “Uruguay: More than Tannat, Decanter October 2016

  1. Great article! I’ve been enjoying looking back at your older posts as well. We live in Napa Valley but are enjoying the boom of high quality wines from all over the US but the rest of the world as well. Uruguay was a new one to me. I’ve had plenty of Argentina and Chile wines, now I have a new thing to try. Thanks for sharing – keep it up! Check out our wine country blog at http://www.topochinesvino.com and follow us if you like what you see.

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