Not a huge amount to things to do in Carmelo, besides drink wine. Thank god! Visit vineyards, drink fine wine & relax in a tiny Tuscany without the hordes.
Dinner time in Uruguay is …10pm??!! Revealed – Your secret weapon in the quest to make it alive to dinner in Montevideo.
Argentinians know wine. Local expert Claudio Angelotti selects neighbour Uruguay’s best wines. The Guru translates his recommendations for your enjoyment.
Forget those plastic replicas in the shopping centres. These are the real thing out in the neighbourhoods of Montevideo. Find character and characters.
Uruguayan red wines may get all the press but descendents of Spaniards are producing some great whites – albariño, cocó and cabernet blanc.
A lot of people were suprised when Financial Times wine expert Jancis Robinson ranked several Uruguay wines higher in 2013. A new South American wine giant.