The 2014 Tannat has the classic flavors of a cooler year with a nice mix of red and black fruit along with white pepper and other spices. The mouth is rich, vibrant, and fresh with juicy and lively tannins. There is a beautifully balanced energy to the wine as the vineyards start to age.
Tannat: the symbol of the Uruguayan wine
Uruguay has achieved international renown thanks to Tannat, a varietal that has become the country’s most emblematic by virtue of its unique velvety flavor and its countless international awards. The production of Tannat is richer in nuances than that of the grape’s native regions, in southeast France. Moreover, it displays local particularities that render it unequalled. Out of this identity the world took interest in the Uruguayan wines, promising, peerless and with deep local character.