Uruguay is not know for producing great wine (or even any wine!) but Garzon are trailblazing a path for high quality and interesting wines
This vibrant blend is packed with aromas of black plums and white pepper along with a hint of spice. It is fresh and round in the palate making it a very pleasant, food-friendly wine.
Grapes: Cabernet Franc, Tannat
Only 11 miles from the Atlantic coast, in one of the most picturesque parts of Uruguay, lies Bodega Garzon. Its land is split equally between vineyards and olive groves and the stunning views prompted consultant winemaker, Albert Antonini, to liken the region to his native Tuscany.