Bodega Garzón

Located between Brazil and Argentina, Uruguay stands as one of the most important countries in the Latin American wine world. Uraguayan wines have become almost synonomous with Tannat, a red wine grape varietal with roots in the Southeast of France.

 

Uruguay sits at the same latitude as the wine growing regions of Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.   Bodega Garzón sits among sloping hills that meet the sea and is picture postcard perfect; a charming plantation with vineyards, orchards and groves.  The Atlantic Ocean breezes create perfect growing conditions.

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