WHY GO? Taste new and interesting wines including the famous Tannat grape now known as the healthiest red wine in the world. You will get to taste with owners and winemakers face to face for a more personal experience. They will even hug you goodbye Visit 3 different and very unique wine regions, namely Colonia, Montevideo & Punta del Este Taste different versions of the famous Tannat grape Taste Uruguay's famous meat  - home to 12.3 million grass-fed cows WHEN TO GO & HOW LONG FOR All year round! If it is your first time in Uruguay, it’s best to spend at least 3 days wine touring. WHERE TO GO Uruguay has 3 main wine regions, namely Montevideo, Punta del...
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WHY GO?

Taste new and interesting wines including the famous Tannat grape now known as the healthiest red wine in the world.
  • You will get to taste with owners and winemakers face to face for a more personal experience. They will even hug you goodbye
  • Visit 3 different and very unique wine regions, namely Colonia, Montevideo & Punta del Este
  • Taste different versions of the famous Tannat grape
  • Taste Uruguay's famous meat  - home to 12.3 million grass-fed cows
WHEN TO GO & HOW LONG FOR
All year round! If it is your first time in Uruguay, it’s best to spend at least 3 days wine touring.

WHERE TO GO

Uruguay has 3 main wine regions, namely Montevideo, Punta del Este & Colonia. You can catch the Buquebus to Montevideo, where you can spend a few days and visit family wineries followed by a couple days in Punta del Este with visits to costal wineries. You can then return to Buenos Aires via Colonia.

There are also beaches, small towns, colonial architecture, landscapes, farming (lots of cows), off-the-beaten track venues.

DON'T MISS!

  • Punta del Este: Casa Pueblo in Punta del Este. Seeing the famous hand out of the sand. Lunch at La Huella in Jose Ignacio. Visit wineries with a local guide.
  • Montevideo: BBQ lunch at the famous Mercado del Puerto. Visit wineries with a local guide.
  • Colonia: Visiting the oldest winery in Uruguay. Go to Carmelo to visit wineries with a local guide. Walking round the famous historic plaza in Colonia (world heritage site)
  • Wine and Food Festivals: the Tannat Festival and Punta Food & Wine Festival. 

 

 


 

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