Uruguayan Origin. The Old World meets with the New World.


Temperate with well defined seasons: warm summers and cool winters. The influence of the Atlantic Ocean and the winds from the River Plate Estuary raise the temperature gradient between day and night.


The New World’s European-like climate, hand-harvesting, and the family character of generations of Spanish and Italian immigrants coexist in Uruguay, producing balanced, elegant wines with great aging potential as a result.


Originating in the southwest of France, this grapevine found in Uruguay the necessary conditions to express itself in a superlative manner. It produces wines with character which are highly appreciated for their health benefits.

Terroir: Juanicó

Terroir: Progreso

Terroir: El Carmen

Terroir: Garzón

Terroir: Sierra de Mahoma