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Bodega Garzon S.V Tannat 2019

The Tannat of all Tannats.
  • $59.00

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Primary Notes: Plum, Currant Strawberry Licorice Licorice, Cardamom

Secondary Notes:

Tertiary Notes: Smoke/Ash

Body:

Dryness: Dry

Acidity: Medium

Tannin:

Alcohol (%):

Origin: Garzón, Uruguay

Maker: Bodega Garzón

Grape: Tannat

Fermentation: Heavy Wood

Awards: >90 pts

Decanting:

Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed at 14 degrees

Asian Food Pairing: Peking duck, Deep fried dumpling, Satay

Western Food Pairing: Coq au vin, duck, cassoulet, cured cheese

Description

Bodega Garzón Single Vineyard Tannat

The Tannat of all Tannats in Bodega Garzón.
Bodega Garzón Single Vineyard Tannat has a deep purple colour. This powerful Tannat has an elegant nose, with aromas resembling red fruits, such as cherries and strawberries at first waft. The other flavours of black plums, tobacco, chocolate and spices slowly blossom from within. The full-bodied wine has a juicy and fresh mouth, giving you a pleasant sensation. It has a long and lingering finish, perfectly balanced with a touch of oak.

Aging takes place between 12 to 18 months on the lees in French oak barrels and casks. The vineyard where these beautiful Tannat grows is in a cooler area, compared to other blocks on the estate. The terrain has steep slopes and thin soils with excellent drainage due to the predominance of ballast in the upper layers.
Pairing tips:A wine of great structure, it pairs nicely with regional dishes, such as lamb. Cured cheeses like Parmesan or a duck cassoulet that can showcase the wine’s spicy notes. It also pairs perfectly with traditional French cuisine.
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14.5%

AWARDS & ACCOLADES


- 94 Points







Extremely perfumed with violet and blueberry aromas that follow through to a full body with creamy, refined tannins. Wonderful depth, due to the compact fruit and vertical line of tannins. Black pepper to the dark fruit. Better in two or three years. Try after 2022."

 

 - 92 Points


This is a ripe version of Tannat, with earth and blackberry aromas leading the charge. Toasty dark-fruit flavors benefit from integrated oak, while this tastes peppery on the finish. The palate shows a lot of grip, so it’s best to serve this with meat. Drink through 2025."




Aromatic, smoky with lots of spice, leather and some tobacco. Solid, peppery, delicious and serious. Polished tannins with lovely texture."
- 91 Points

A supple, Atlantic red, this is a generous take on tannat with its bright flavors of cranberries and thyme. The tannins have the succulence of ripe plum skins, with a dark rose scent that lasts. Delicious with thick-cut lamb chops off the grill."