DON PASCUAL RESERVE
Marselan is a modern varietal created in 1961 by crossing Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. The bunches are characterized by their small grapes with very limited juice yield. It has been cultivated in Uruguay since the end of the 20th century and the first wines were made at Establecimiento Juanicó in 2002. True to the Reserve line concept, Marselan Don Pascual expresses the characteristics of the varietal, which is why the barrel aging is deliberately short or non-existent.