Old world meets new!
A unique local expression
‘bodegóns’ are pictorial compositions of everyday objects and food in shich wine always plays a protagonist role.
Uruguay has a long-standing tradition of bodegón and wine. The former, associated with Torres García and ‘Constructive Universalism’. The latter, associated with European immigrants.
As ‘Constructive Universalism’ expresses art in a singular language, the wine tradition of those immigrants and the benefits of this land converge at Bodegones del Sur.
Made from 100% Tannat. Fermented in stainless steel tanks and it is given a soft maceration.
Vibrant coloured black centre fading to a deep purple rim. Rich nose of Christmas fruit cake, dried fruits, brown baking spices, cinnamon and glace cherries. Firm and full bodied with well-structured tannins but balanced by a bright acidity.
Get stuck into a tasty lasagne, or why not try BBQ grilled pork or a vegan aubergine dhansak curry