Women in Wine

Leslie Fellows

Although Leslie Fellows lives among the vineyards and wineries of California, where she was born and raised, her wine home is in Uruguay.

Women in Wine

Women in wine: Margarita Carrau

Born into the ninth generation of a wine family originally from Cataluña and settled in Uruguay since 1930, Margarita Carrau grew up in the vineyards and wine industry. 

Masters of Wine

The MWs Series: Robin Kick

Robin Kick became a Master of Wine in 2014 and has worked in the wine industry for almost 20 years. 

Uruguay Wine

Bodega Garzón: New World Winery of the Year

Towards the end of last year, Bodega Garzón in Maldonado was chosen as Wine Enthusiast’s New World Winery of the Year.

Legends

Legends: Eduardo Boido

Eduardo Boido is one of the most prolific winemakers in Uruguay today and is at the helm of one of the leading wineries, Bodega Bouza. 

Flying Winemakers

Flying Winemakers: Paul Hobbs

Paul Hobbs is one of the world’s most respected consultant winemakers and has made wine throughout the New World and Old World. 

Foreign Investors

Diego Viganó

Argentine Diego Viganó hopped across the river to invest in Carmelo in Uruguay and establish Campotinto winery in 2013. 

Women in Wine

Women in wine: Fabiana Bracco

A fifth generation grower, Fabiana Bracco made the leap to become the first vintner of her family when she launched Bracco Bosca winery in 2005.

Legends

Tannat Day: Celebrating Uruguay’s champion grape

Uruguay may be a small nation, but it has a remarkable history of beating the odds and it made a champion of the unlikely variety of Tannat.