Intense, critically acclaimed Albariño, full of complex flavours, and mouth-watering finish.
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.
Tasting Note: Ripe aromas of white peaches, citrus fruits like grapefruit and featuring floral notes of jasmine. It has a fresh, crisp and fruity mouth feel on the palate with mineral notes, and is rounded off with extremely fresh and balanced acidity, with good structure and a delicious mouth-watering finish.
Critics: Jancis Robinson 17/20
Decanter Magazine - Top 5 Wines to Try, Uruguay's Maldonado Region (Oct 2018)
Named 2018 New World Winery of the Year by Wine Enthusiast Magazine.