Antonini: Uruguay’s wine future lies in Garzon

The future of premium winemaking in Uruguay lies in the village of Garzon rather than Canelones, where Tannat has traditionally been made, according to Alberto Antonini.

Uncorked: Andres Torres

Andres Torres, the beverage director of Gaucho Hong Kong had to sell all of his furniture to fund his sommelier exam in Uruguay. Five years on, he speaks to dbHK about his love of Tokaji and family.

Uruguay’s Bodega Garzón signs up Francis Mallmann

Uruguay's Bodega Garzón has signed up top Argentine chef Francis Mallmann as its culinary director as part of its bid to build the country's reputation as a winemaking region and luxury tourism destination.

Argento and Garzón sponsor Rolling Stones premiere

South American estates Bodega Argento and Bodega Garzón have teamed up to sponsor the premiere of The Rolling Stones' documentary Olé Olé Olé: A Trip Across Latin America.

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