by Tom Joe The “Hops ‘R Better” Winer
Love hearing about the history…
Personally, I had already tasted Tannat in Texas and was surprised to see that this was also being produced in Uruguay.
With roots originating from the Piedmont region in Italy back to the
The grapes grown here do quite well because of a very protected Atlantic climate. Because of the family’s Italian heritage, this wine is made in the old-world style, and even though Tannat is generally a very tannic variety, the tannins here are very smooth.
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