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 This wine is seriously impressive. Made from the Tannat grape, which was introduced to Uruguay in 1870 by Basque immigrants. The grape suits the climate and terroir of Uruguay very well, and as such has become Uruguay’s most widely planted grape. Viña Progresso is the winemaking project of 4th generation winemaker, Gabriel Pisano, who was born in the vineyard and inherited the winemaking bug. Under his Progresso project, which lies just north of Montevideo in the Progresso region, he produces experimental wines using biodynamic farming methods and a variety of grapes, from Tannat to Viognier and Sangiovese. This is a fantastic red wine! A powerful wine of great structure, and yet boasting a very approachable character. A nose full of blackberry, bramble, pine forest and smoke jumps out of the glass and gives way to a balanced palate with ripe, integrated tannins. Delicious stuff, especially with "Asado", a famous Uruguayan dish.

Viña Progresso ‘Overground’ Tannat 2020

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  • Rich & Complex

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