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Tag Archives: Tannat

Wines of Uruguay and Bodegas Carrau

The Uruguay wineries who are members of the Wines of Uruguay are looking forward to getting more of their wines exported to other countries including the United States.
The family of Bodegas Carrau began making wine in 1752 in Catalonia in Spain.

Wines of Uruguay Offers Tannat Tasting Tour

If you haven’t heard yet of Uruguay as a wine producing country, plan to learn about the wines they are crafting! Uruguay is an undiscovered South American wine region. Today many of the winemakers are 4th generation family.

Tannat on My Radar

I enjoy many different wine grape varieties and the wines they make. I do have a short list of favorites though. Among my favorites are red grapes including Cabernet Sauvignon, Sagrantino,  Saperavi and Tannat. Today I have the opportunity to taste Tannat from Uruguay. I was first introduced to Tannat in Virginia, where it is […]

Field Testing the Cab Blends

I was a bit nervous having others taste the wine we recently bottled. I knew it was better than plonk, but would others agree. It was tested last night when we opened a bottle of the Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot a 90/10 blend and a bottle of the Cabernet Sauvignon/Tannat an 80/20 blend. Both wines were recently […]

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