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The Tannat grape is originally from the Southwest of France where it produces rather rustic wines This wine is made in the "Ripasso" style, where grapes are re-passed over the pressed skins for added intensity and complexity. Here, the result is a rich, robust red with bright blueberry and black plum, and an earthy finish of mushrooms and dry twigs.
Frosty maceration for 24 hours and 7 days aging with every day pump over.
half year in 30 % new French oak , 70% stainless steel.
Wear Prospero is the section line of the winery Pizzorno, however in spite of having a more youthful and more available style he conveys a set deserving of numerous awards. This wine blends two exceptionally expressive grape assortments: Tannat and Malbec. Together, they show fragrances and kinds of ready organic product, caramel and blossoms, yet what is most shocking is its polish. Finding a Malbec or Tannat so rich is an uncommon event, however not for the Pizzorno family that knows the Uruguayan Tannat like no one else. Fortunate our own we can appreciate the best this rank brings to the table.