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Uruguay wine 

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Vines, planted by settlers from Spain in the seventeenth century, has long been limited to the muscatel (muscat).
In the second half of the nineteenth century, a Basque name Pascual Harraigue originally introduced Tannat Madiran.

Tannat, well acclimatized to local conditions became the emblematic grape of this country, as well as in Argentina Malbec and Carmenere in Chile.
It produces powerful wines with tannins which need to be refined in recent years.

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