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Bodega Familia Irurtia

Dante Irurtia Avenue | Avenida Dante Irurtia sn, Carmelo 70100, Uruguay
+598 98 874 281
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Didnt get the chance to have a proper visit

At our first day in Carmelo we tried to do the tour in this winery. It was near to the closing time... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2018
FeCarrasco
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Porto Alegre, RS
Interesting winery with a very personable owner (sister)

I really wanted to give this winery a better review and I don't regret going there. However, you... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2016
pjcharles
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Atlanta, Georgia
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Bodega Familia Irurtia is a familiar winery you can visit every day very near Carmelo. Uruguay is knew in the world of wine for the Tannat variety, a very tannic and full body red wine, you can taste in our cava. Come for wine and a great moment of conviviality. Please contact us to reserve your guided tour and tasting.
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  • Very good29%
  • Average7%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible2%
18 Jan 2018
“Didnt get the chance to have a proper visit”
22 Nov 2016
“Interesting winery with a very personable owner (sister)”
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Hours Today: 10:00 am - 7:00 am
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Dante Irurtia Avenue | Avenida Dante Irurtia sn, Carmelo 70100, Uruguay
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+598 98 874 281
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Reviewed 18 January 2018

At our first day in Carmelo we tried to do the tour in this winery. It was near to the closing time so one of the attendants asked us to come back on the other day in one of the two visit hours (10h30min or...More

Thank FeCarrasco
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Reviewed 23 November 2016

I really wanted to give this winery a better review and I don't regret going there. However, you can tell this winery is in transition and it needs some updating. However, if you want to see a winery in a bit of a time warp...More

1  Thank pjcharles
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Reviewed 7 October 2016

We didn´t have time to tour the winery, just went to the cafe, but that was excellent. The food was like homemade ,very good. Luis Castro served us is very nicely and we talked like we were friends. Thank you Luis for the good time...More

Thank MMXS
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Reviewed 1 May 2016

We visited the winery without a reservation (you should call ahead though if you want to visit!), and Maria happened to be ending a tour with another group. She was so kind to still show us the winery anyways and explain the history of her...More

Thank ladams530
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Reviewed 1 April 2016 via mobile

Don't miss the opportunity to visit Irurtia on your visit to Carmelo. It's a family run Bodega. Marie Noel, one of the family members, gave us a wonderful tour including wine tasting in the amazing wine cellar. It's a great experience and the wine is...More

2  Thank shellsde
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Reviewed 1 February 2016 via mobile

My friend and I visited Carmelo for wine tasting and we weren't disappointed. We were given a private wine tour from the Irurtia family followed by a tasting. The winery is very close to the city of Carmelo and you can bike there if you...More

1  Thank Leyna B
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Reviewed 26 August 2015

I was told Irurtia was "huge," and it is by Uruguayan standards, but it's pretty tiny by American standards. I was expecting a cheezy video, perhaps followed by a huge tour group and bland wine. Quite the contrary. There were three of us in the...More

1  Thank MemoryGeek
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Reviewed 21 June 2015 via mobile

I have became a big fan of Km.0, just can't wait to have another bottle in my hands! A very picturesque place with a quiet atmosphere and good vibrations.

1  Thank Rodrigo_O_T_Macedo
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Reviewed 29 January 2015

Bodega Familia Irurtia mixes the charm of a family owned and operated winery with the quality of a large establishment. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the winery - complete with a tour provided by a member of the family and tastings tailored to our...More

1  Thank ChicagoTravelingNow
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Reviewed 26 January 2015

Our hotel made us a tour reservation for this winery, and my friend and I set out on bikes to find it. Unfortunately we missed the sign and ended up driving right by it. Twice. We gave up and drove back to our hotel, and...More

2  Thank Jacob D
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