In the second half of the XIX century, the first oak casks from the Lahusen Family's native Germany were offloaded onto the banks of the San Juan River.
One hundred and fifty years later, this alliance between oak casks and wine is still an important facet created in this cellar. The million liter oak storage capacity is the largest in Uruguay, distributed in oak barrels, casks and other recipients. This tradition, revealed through Maderos de San Juan Tempranillo, Pinot Noir and Tannat, is still upheld today.

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Tannat
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Pinot Noir
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Tempranillo