Due to its great capacity of adaptation to all kinds of weather, Cabernet sauvignon is considered the king of red varieties. Its grape, native from Bordeaux, France, produces a wine with remarkable acidity, sharp and with a strong presence of tannins. Once matured, it turns out to be a tasty wine with full body. It has intense colors and a complex aroma of fruit, cinnamon, coffee and peppers.
In Uruguay, all wineries make this wine, ideal to accompany meat, sauce and pasta. As it matures late, the ideal environment to grow this grape is made up by temperate areas with soft falls.
Uruguay is well-known for its hot spring resorts, which combine the healing properties of their waters, spa and esthetic treatments, as well as aquatic parks. Thus, visitors of all ages will choose the best alternative. This section presents the hot spring resorts in the country and their characteristics.
Uruguay features a rich geography teeming with varied sceneries which range from small hills and hot spring paradises to the most exclusive beaches and cities where culture co-exists with tourism perfectly. Search for the photograph of your next destination and discover where it was taken.