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Los Cerros de San Juan Vineyards and Winery, Colonia del Sacramento
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This historical winery has returned into business now, you must arrange a visit with excellent wine degustation. Marcelo, the ennologist, is very knowledged of the property and the whole wine process.... read more »
Fizemos a visitação na Bodega Los Cerros de San Juan, sendo recepcionados por Marcelo que, com muita simpatia, nos guiou e nos contou a história da vinícola mais antiga do Uruguai, que data de 1854. A... read more »Did the visitation in Bodega Los Cerros de San Juan, being greeted by Marcelo who, with great sympathy, guided us and told us the story of Uruguay's oldest Winery, dating from 1854. In addition to receiving a "lesson" about the process of producing wines like Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Chardonnay and others, we were able to enjoy the huge tanks and oak barrels that are part of the production process of the great wines of this Bodega. The winery also has a store that offers wine tasting and sale of wines produced there. Ruta 21 (road Colony x Carmelo), Km 204,500. Enter the gate indicating Estancia La Horqueta (the entrance is near a chapel in ruins), take the road to ground for 3 km until you reach the winery. Worth visiting!show original
Visitamos Los Cerros de San Juan despretensiosamente e tivemos uma grata surpresa, trata-se simplesmente da vinícola mais antiga do Uruguai. Como estávamos dirigindo não fizemos a degustação, apenas a... read more »Visit Los Cerros de San Juan regardless and we had a pleasant surprise, it is simply of Uruguay's oldest Winery. As we were driving we didn't do the tasting, just visit guided by excellent guide (if I'm not mistaken Miguel and appears in one of the photos), which showed us and explained everything with a lot of patience. I confess that I was a big fan of Uruguayan wines, but understand the differences of the grapes until this changed. The whole landscape of the place is from the locals houses, old cars left aside and the paths. Unmissable visit that's well worth making.show original
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