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    Uruguay

    Molly53
    Fri Jul 20, 2012 10:06 pm
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    Never thought much about it, but apparently the country is becoming a great source of wine. This was in the paper today:

    Uruguayan wines are the ones to watch. Although Uruguay has been growing grapes and pressing wines for a century, its wines have yet to fully grasp the attention of wine connoisseurs as Chile and Argentina has done. But that might change soon, says Aguilar, thanks to the vision and enthusiasm of a few families that have created a movement of sophisticated boutique wines with unique and creative blends that begin with their signature “Tannat” grape that’s being used across a variety of wines. Aguilar particularly loves the “Estival” White Blend from winemaker Pablo Fallabrino’s Viñedo de los Vientos, noting the vineyard’s creative use of Gewurztramine, Chardonnay, Moscato and Tannat grapes.

    “It’s deliciously silky with expressive notes of passion fruit and peaches, with an intense aromatic floral and spicy character,” notes Aguilar, who recommends pairing this sustainably farmed, medium-body blend (available for under $13 here) with Latin-Asian fusion dishes, watercress salads, or spicy empanadas.


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