Tannat, 2010






Narbona 'Puerto Carmelo' Tannat 2010


The wine's story

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again, and again, and again: Uruguayan wine really is where it’s at right now. While its wine production levels are miniscule in comparison to its Latin Ameri... read more

Sommelier notes

Tannat is a variety that originates in a place called Madiran in the south-west of France, but is now most commonly found in Uruguay, where it is the most planted grape variety. It's a bit of a bru... read more

Food pairings

Everyone’s talking about Tannat wines right now, and it really isn’t difficult to see why! These bold reds are fantastic for lazy evenings eating and drinking with friends, and they work so well wi... read more

More Info

Cellar Period: 3-5 years - This will improve over the next few years, but don't be afraid to open it today!

Alcohol Level: 14.00%

    • Pairings
    • BBQ
    • Braised Beef
    • Steak
    • Roasted Beef
    • Veal
    • Production Methods
    • Alcoholic Fermentation
    • Tastes
    • Bitter
    • Rich
    • Earthy
    • Fruity
    • Seasons
    • Cooler Months
    • Moods
    • Adventurous
    • Any and all
    • Oak
    • French Oak