What do Uruguayans eat (and drink)? A “tourist shopping basket”–to keep prices down in vacation hot spots–reveals all. Hint. It includes whiskey.
Trained in elite French chateaux but down to earth, Manuel Filgueira is one of Uruguay’s top winemakers, producing tiny quantities of exceptional wine through “sheer stubbornness”.
Uruguay’s wine production is small yet magnificent. Here’s the very best from the Guru’Guay Guide to Uruguay, a guide to wine country and more.
Take it from the Tannat Queen. If you want a wine tasting experience to remember – and generous pours! – Uruguay beats Napa hands down.
Wine tasting at the unique family-run boutique wineries of Carmelo, Uruguay. Plan your route, find contact details and prices.
Montevideo wine tasting? There’s a charming little wine-bar close to the port of Montevideo with the friendliest English-speaking staff you’ll meet.