GARZON TANNAT DE CORTE 750ML
Garzon Tannat De Corte wine tastes like the Tannat grape, which is strong, but it’s also smooth because we mixed it with Marselan, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc grapes. It’s a deep red color and smells and tastes like red fruits. It’s easy to drink with a nice finish.
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– Tasting Notes –
This wine tastes like the Tannat grapes it’s made from, but it’s also smooth and balanced because we added three other types of grapes: Marselan, Petit Verdot, and Cabernet Franc. It’s a rich red color, and it smells and tastes like red fruits. The tannins are mild, so it has a smooth finish.
Fermentation: The grapes are turned into wine using traditional methods and stainless steel tanks to bring out their unique flavors.
Aging: The wine is kept in stainless steel tanks with the leftover grape bits.
Type of Grapes: This wine is made mainly from 80% Tannat grapes, with smaller amounts of 12% Marselan, 4% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot.
Alcohol Content: The wine has 13% alcohol.
Traditionally, people like to drink red wine with roasted red meats. If you’re having roasted lamb, it’s a great match with Tannat wine. But Tannat also goes nicely with cured cheeses like Regiano or Parmesan. You can make a tasty coq au vin with Tannat wine, or have it with a juicy roasted lamb leg with vegetables and onions cooked with this wine. If you prefer something different, try grilled mushrooms on provolone cheese and some bread with this wine – it’s a perfect combo!