The licor de tannat, liqueur wine, is the first wine of this kind from Uruguay. It is made from the most mature Tannat grapes and prepared like a great vintage port. He has a natural sweetness and matured in oak barrels for a year. The color is deep black, the aroma reminiscent of ripe figs, plums, mint, liquorice and chocolate. On the palate, it offers an exciting game of fruit sweetness and tannins. Wonderful with chocolate-based desserts, blue cheese or as a characterful digestif.
Tannat liqueur is a fine liquor because your blood sugar is between 100 and 350 grams per liter. Alcohol content does not exceed 15 degrees, its color is red garnet and its consistency is similar to a syrup.
The smell of alcohol Tannat is a mixture of dried figs, walnuts, hazelnuts, oranges, maraschino cherries and chocolate.
This lye accompanies different desserts very well. In this sense, it is a suggestion to accompany delicious cakes, biscuits or chocolates.
Tannat is a varietal origin of intense dark color France and grown in many countries like Uruguay, Australia, Argentina Bolivia, Italy, among many others.
In Uruguay, the first plants of Tannat started from France until the late nineteenth century. Finally, hectares multiplied and now this country sees this noble variety of national heritage. The Uruguayan Tannat older vineyards are concentrated in the department of Canelones. In this region, the climatic conditions and proximity to the sea possible that this strain develops smoothly.
Wine Style: Liqueur Wine
Grape variety: Tannat
Alcohol Vol: 20%
* Allergy Advice: contains sulphites.