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Hearst’s spread is run by a full-time foreman, there since her father’s time, but she flies down from New York several times a year (a 24-hour trip requiring three planes, one a two-seater) to oversee sheep shearing and the plethora of details that come with 5,000 heads of cattle, 9,000 sheep and 110 horses.
“No one,” she says, “was more gaucho than my father,” although he was one of Uruguay’s few self-made ranchers, whose mother was a teacher and whose father died when he was 2.
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“There really is nothing for my family but the ranch,” she says.
For years, she distanced herself from its raw beauty.
On November 21st, the Group will be celebrating it’s Fifth Anniversary of meeting for lunch every single Sunday without fail since 2005!
They also contribute their in-depth knowledge of the area and the rich history of their Uruguayan culture. There is hardly a Sunday that goes by without people from three or four different countries attending.
Luncheons are strictly social with no business agenda.
Now the Merino wool from her sheep is sold unprocessed, in bulk, but she’d like to redirect a portion to an Italian mill, to create the very fine fabric her label is known for.
Uruguay often doesn’t get the attention it deserves.
Later, exhausted, she might feast on barbecued lamb, chorizo and provoleta (grilled provolone with oregano) and for dessert, a so-called Martin Fierro, a wedge of manchego with quince jelly. The mid-19th-century house has been left as her father had it, simply furnished with dark wooden family heirlooms and vibrant local fabrics, a stark contrast to the plush clutter of the New York home, featuring Hans Wegner chairs, a Biedermeier sofa and a marble tub beside the fireplace in the master bath.