Rural Montevideo and Wineries

Tourist experience recommended by Montevideo Tourist Association.


La Macarena is a family fruit establishment with more than 18 years of experience located in Melilla, 25 minutes from downtown.

Tourist experience recommended by the Montevideo Tourist Association.


The winery was founded in 1949 by Constante Dardanelli; years later his children began to use a new way of producing wine.

This gastronomic festival takes place in the month of June in the wineries of our country.

Luigi Spinoglio, born in Casale Monferrato (Piedmont, Italy), arrived in Uruguay at the end of the 19th century with a history rooted in the vine and wine.

With more than 115 years of history, the Santa Rosa “museum winery” is considered the oldest winery that produces fine wines and natural sparkling wines in Uruguay.

The rural area of ​​Montevideo forms a green belt covering more than 60% of the territory of the city.

It is home of more than 500 animals. 33 different species of mammals, birds and reptiles live here, both indigenous and exotic.

The grape harvest is the time of harvesting the grapes, generally those that will be used in the production of wine or liquor.

The Carrau Family has been part of a small group of families in the world who have dedicated themselves tirelessly and silently to cultivating a tradition that has transcended generations.

Since 1937, the Bresesti family, of Italian origin, has worked in the production of craft wines.

The winery is located in Melilla and has approximately 10 hectares of Albariño, Chardonnay, Merlot, Tempranillo and Tannat vineyards.

The company finds in its facilities, the balance between technological advances and the old traditions of the family. 

Since 1923, the winery has produced excellent quality wines.

It has the purpose of promoting wine tourism and disseminating the identity, culture, way of working and passion that Uruguay's main wineries have for viticulture.