Tannat (tan-AHT)


One of the leading grapes in southwest France, particularly used in the wines Madiran and Irrouléguy. Robust, tannic, and deeply colored. Brought probably from the Basque region to Uruguay in the 1870s. Today, it is the main grape of Uruguay where it makes softer, fleshier wines.

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