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Uruguay Wine - Prelude or Preludia?

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I've had a couple customers mention a wine (I think I white wine) from Uruguay called either Prelude or Preludia. Does this ring any bells with anyone?

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  1. Here are the wines I know and like from Uruguay:
    Eolo, Tannat/Ruby Cab, Vinedo De los Vientos,
    Tannat, Vinedo De los Vientos
    Gewurztraminer/Chardonnay, Vinedo De los Vientos
    Viognier, Don Pasual Reserva
    Pinot Noir, Don Pascual Reserva

    1. Here is your Preludio, from Bodegas Juanicó, Familia Deicas:

      http://www.juanico.com/english/los_vi...

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      1. re: RicRios

        Interesting. I read where Bodegas Juanicó got a contract from the French to make and sell brandy as "Cognac" for payment for food supplies during WWII.

         
      2. I've seen both! I guess it's a matter of translation.

        1. Pisano Family Cisplatino Tannat Merlot is one of my favorite wines.

          1. The wine is called Preludio. The bottle sys Familia Deicas. It is a wonderful wine and hard to find.
            About the best Uruguay has to offer

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            1. re: figment1

              I tried some in Feb this year, and it is truly fantastic. It won Vinitaly’sGrand
              GoldMedal in 1996, the first time in the history of Vinitaly that a wine that was
              not Italian or French had won a Grand Gold Medal. You can see more looking at
              http://vintagewinesofuruguay.com/pdf/... and
              http://www.interimcomputers.net/winef...