The Wines Of Uruguay (Part 2)

    … is possibly the greatest climatic obstacle to the vineyards, but Uruguayans have learned how to adapt. Their vineyards are planted with about 72% red varietals with Tannat, at 43%, leading the group. In a land where beef is king, it is easy to see why red wines are so popular, especially when most of their production is consumed within the country…

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    My Latest Wine Picks from the IVSA September 2014

    …, 23% Cinsault, 20% Mourvèdre, 9% Tannat, 8% Grenache, and 2% Viognier (the last one is a white grape). Quite a blend! It has an intense, smoky, dark fruit nose. You pick up the Cinsault on the nose. Nutmeg, ripe berry fruit, and plums on the palate, together with some chocolate. Dry with medium body. A fun wine to enjoy with something grilled…

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