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Garzon Tannat

Product Description

The Tannat grape gets its name from tannin and has the highest level of tannins among any other grapes in the world! Originally this grape came from Mideran, in the southwest of France, but it became very popular in Uruguay, where it is considered the national grape. Unlike the French version of this wine, the Uruguay grape produces softer, more delicate, and less tannic, earthy wine. This beauty took a while for us to fine...it was either expensive or a poor quality. Garzon is moderately priced and amazingly delicious! This is the darkest wine I have ever had, dark purple, in fact, almost black. Notes of dark fruit, especially raspberry. Very juicy, fresh, delicious wine with a lingering finish, and yes, you guessed it, very tannic, yet soft and velvelty. Decanting is suggested. After you drink it and smile, people will know you had Tannat! ...Alex

Type: Wine, Red

Color: Deep ruby

Country: Uruguay

Region:

Grape Variety: 100% Tannat

Appellation:

Alc%: 14

Vintage: 2015

 

$23.00
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