RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The pandemic ー and the protocols that came with it ー had a direct impact on the consumption habits of Uruguayans. The majority of the population spent their days indoors to prevent spreading the virus.
These days were difficult, and to pass the time many dedicated themselves to preparing fine dishes, which they knew to accompany with a bottle of wine. This spirit emerged as the great winner of the months of confinement.
According to National Institute of Viticulture (INAVI) data, last year 72.45 million liters of wine were sold, and in 2021 this figure will be . . .