10 Wines To Watch From South America Now – Lifestyle Forbes

2011 Alto de la Ballena (Uruguay). This Tannat-Viognier blend is an unexpected and surprisingly appealing match of opposites: Tannat’s wild and rough tannins together with Viognier’s pretty and elegant fragrance somehow characterize the risks the new winemakers of Uruguay are willing to take, and their pay-offs.

Cathy Huyghe , Contributor.