This brand reminds Pablo Varzi, one of the pioneers in the Uruguayan wine industry, which in 1887 built their cellars in Columbus, which are now part of Bodegas Carrau. CLIMATE: Influenced by the coastal climate of the Rio de la Plata. SOIL TYPE: black, rich in clay and organic matter which high yields per hectare, which are controlled by the action of thinning clusters are achieved. TYPE OF GRAPES: 100% Chardonnay Violets. TYPE OF HARVEST: Manual in boxes of 16 kg. Crushing: Total, with full grinding and cooling thereof, then is decanted into press where extracts only the best proportion of wine grapes: After a demanding clarified fermentation takes on average 22 days at 16 ° C in open tanks with musts very limpid.