This grape comes from Southeastern France. It has become a classical wine on the Uruguayan table in recent years. It acquires certain features which differ quite much according to the conditions of the climate and soil where it is grown.
In Uruguay, this grape has been well accepted to manage wines with a strong personality and taste, a body pleasant to the sight due to its intense purple-maroon color. Its texture in the palate has a touch of sharpness. Therefore, it is recommended to accompany asado, red meat, pamplonas and pasta, just like sauces of various kinds.
In Welcome Uruguay, museums are a part of the philosophy of every dweller. Therefore, they represent a tourist attraction for visitors to this beautiful destination. This section features the venues located all throughout the three regions that make up the country and invite visitors to the website to get immersed in their particular world.
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.