Prima Donna Tannat 2013

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Content: 0.75 (€29.60* / 1 Liter)

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Product number: 10131301
Product information "Prima Donna Tannat 2013"
This wine was awarded 87 points Wine Enthusiast and 90 points Decanter.

Grape variety:
100% Tannat

Tasting notes:
This Tannat presents an intense ruby color with violet tones in the glass. A harmonious and complex nose opens with aromas of red fruit jam, candied fruit and elegant spicy nuances.
The palate is unctuous, well-structured, with sweet and velvety tannins. Intense and powerful finish.

Serving temperature:
15° - 17° C
Type of wine: Red wine
Grape variety: Tannat
Country: Uruguay
Region: Canelones
Location: Canelones
Ageing: 8 months in oak barrels
Alcohol: 13,5% vol.
Allergens: Contains sulfite
Awards: Internationally awarded wine
Introduced by: Atlantik Weine e.K., Finkenweg 7, 65375 Oestrich-Winkel, DE

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