Bodegas Carrau

1752 Gran Tradicion Petit Manseng Sauvignon Gris

8.86 ratings
8.93 pro ratings
Montevideo, Canelones, Uruguay
Petit Manseng, Sauvignon Gris
Top Notes For
Alder Yarrow

Wine Blogger Vinography

9.2

A remarkable wine. Faintly sweet lemon, grapefruit and wintersweet blossoms give way to sweet chamomile and apple flavors.

A remarkable wine. Faintly sweet lemon, grapefruit and wintersweet blossoms give way to sweet chamomile and apple flavors.

Oct 25th, 2015
José Valverde

2012 Bodegas Carrau, 1752 Gran Tradición - Petit Manseng/Sauvignon Gris blend - Montevideo Uruguay
It doesn't get more rare and interesting than THIS! WOW!

2012 Bodegas Carrau, 1752 Gran Tradición - Petit Manseng/Sauvignon Gris blend - Montevideo Uruguay
It doesn't get more rare and interesting than THIS! WOW!

Aug 22nd, 2014
Clancey Yovanovich

Petit Manseg/Sauvignon Gris. GOLD. Pear, apple sauce, corn, wheat, yeast, vanilla, peach, oak, caramel, moth balls. It tastes like an attic full of old sweaters. It is full bodied and super weird. Made for the adventurous Chardonnay drinker. This is a white wine that can stand up to meat!

Petit Manseg/Sauvignon Gris. GOLD. Pear, apple sauce, corn, wheat, yeast, vanilla, peach, oak, caramel, moth balls. It tastes like an attic full of old sweaters. It is full bodied and super weird. Made for the adventurous Chardonnay drinker. This is a white wine that can stand up to meat!

Feb 23rd, 2016
Joni Murray

This is a powerful wine that has the ability to take me away to a place full of the nectar of any tropical fruit I could imagine, endless servings of creme brulee and the smell of a wood fire, just put out, smoldering underneath everything. This effort from Uruguay deserves a standing ovation and I urge all the sweet wine drinkers to take a step out on the wild side and check out my homeboy Carrau and his family wine. You won't be disappointed!

This is a powerful wine that has the ability to take me away to a place full of the nectar of any tropical fruit I could imagine, endless servings of creme brulee and the smell of a wood fire, just put out, smoldering underneath everything. This effort from Uruguay deserves a standing ovation and I urge all the sweet wine drinkers to take a step out on the wild side and check out my homeboy Carrau and his family wine. You won't be disappointed!

Aug 27th, 2015
Kimberly Charles

Kimberly had this 4 years ago

Kimberly had this 4 years ago

Oct 25th, 2015
Mateo Juanche

Mateo had this 4 years ago

Mateo had this 4 years ago

Feb 21st, 2015