Unless you've spent a long time studying wine, you may not even have heard of the grape called tannat. It comes from southwest France, and it's most p...
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There is a trickle of good wines coming into the American market and they are priced to compete with other Latin American wines.
Uruguay's booming economy and rapidly improving wine culture are creating great options for wine and food holidays in this delightful small South American country, with its great beaches and increasingly delicious wines.
The grape that has garnered the most attention in Uruguay, becoming the country's signature grape the way Malbec is for Argentina, is Tannat.
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