Uruguayan Tannat
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Once Upon A Time: Tannat, Merlot, Petit Verdot 2019
Grape varieties:Blend of 40% Tannat, 30% Merlot and 30% Petit Verdot.Tasting notes:Ruby red colour with lilac reflections. The nose reveals cassis, gooseberry, blackberry, plum and sultana notes. Good structure and medium finish on the palate.Serving temperature:15-17°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€15.89* / 1 Liter)

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Once Upon A Time: Tannat 2019
Grape variety:TannatTasting notes:This wine has a dark red colour with violet reflections. The nose reminds of red fruits, mushrooms, violets, leather, chocolate and spicy notes.The palate is friendly, with round tannins and balanced acidity.Serving temperature:15- 17°C.

Content: 0.75 Liter (€15.89* / 1 Liter)

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Ombú Classico Tannat 2019
This wine was awarded 90 points Descorchados.Grape variety:100% TannatTasting notes:This wine has not been aged in oak barrels, allowing this grape variety to be savoured in all its splendour. It is a wine with a complex range of aromas, including delicate floral notes of violets, ripe plums, and spicy and earthy notes. On the palate it is a wine with all the structure and power of a Tannat, with marked tannins that anticipate a persistent and delicious aftertaste. Serving temperature:14° - 16°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€16.09* / 1 Liter)

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Ombú Clasico Tannat 2016
This wine was awarded 90 points Descorchados.Grape variety:100% TannatTasting notes:This wine has not been aged in oak barrels, allowing this grape variety to be savoured in all its splendour. It is a wine with a complex range of aromas, including delicate floral notes of violets, ripe plums, and spicy and earthy notes. On the palate it is a wine with all the structure and power of a Tannat, with marked tannins that anticipate a persistent and delicious aftertaste. Serving temperature:14° - 16°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€16.09* / 1 Liter)

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Ombú Cuvée 2016
Grape varieties: 40% Tannat, 30% Syrah, 30% Petit VerdotTasting notes:This blend of Tannat, Syrah and Petit Verdot is a different combination worth trying. On the nose it offers aromas of black fruits such as blackberry, cherry, combined with notes of black pepper.The palate is fruity and subtly spicy, with a harmonious and persistent finish.  Serving temperature: 14°- 16°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€16.64* / 1 Liter)

€12.48* €15.60* (20% saved)
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Pedregal Tannat 2020
Grape variety:100% TannatTasting notes:A true representative of Uruguay's flagship grape variety. It is a wine with an intense ruby colour, with aromas of berries and bitter chocolate, characteristic of the variety. On the palate it shows smoky notes with hints of vanilla and spices. Great structure and ripe tannins. Aged in American oak for a period of 6 months.Serving temperature 15° - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.00* / 1 Liter)

€13.50*
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Km.0 Reserva Tannat 2018
Grape variety:100% TannatTasting notes:This delicious wine made from Uruguay's main red grape surprises in the glass with its deep ruby color, with garnet reflections.The nose presents great intensity, with notes of ripe red fruit, black pepper and delicate spices.In the mouth it is an unctuous wine, with great character and balanced acidity. The finish is persistent and the aftertaste reveals its great personality.50% of the wine has been matured in steel tanks and the other 50% for 5 months in oak barrels.Serving temperature: 16 - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€18.00* / 1 Liter)

€13.50*
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Ombú Reserve Tannat 2018
This wine was awarded with 92 points Descorchados Grape variety:Tannat Tasting notes:Tannat is Uruguay's most renowned red grape variety.This is a wine with a well-integrated aromatic diversity.Fruity notes of plum, blueberry and blackcurrant blend perfectly with delicate notes of vanilla and white pepper.The palate is pleasant, with powerful tannins, medium acidity and a balanced finish. Serving temperature:16° - 18°

Content: 0.75 Liter (€22.61* / 1 Liter)

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Prima Donna Tannat 2013
This wine was awarded 87 points Wine Enthusiast and 90 points Decanter.Grape variety:100% TannatTasting 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

Content: 0.75 Liter (€22.93* / 1 Liter)

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Km.0 Gran Reserva Tannat 2017
Grape variety:100% TannatTasting notes:This wine comes from Tannat grapes from the best vineyards of this winery, and is carefully made and aged in oak barrels.In the glass it has an intense and full purple colour, which anticipates its complexity. The nose offers a concentrated aromatic palette of ripe red fruits and prunes. On the palate it has great character, with soft tannins integrated into an excellent finish.It is a unique varietal that allows us to enjoy a century of experience of the Irurtia Family in the Carmelo Terroir. Serving temperature: 16°- 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€24.53* / 1 Liter)

€18.40*
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Alto de la Ballena Reserva Tannat Viognier 2015
Grape varieties: 85% Tannat, 15% ViognierTasting notes:This Cuvee between a red grape and a white grape, so different from each other, defies the limits to go in search of a different wine.Intense violet red color. It has complex bouquet; red fruits, hints of wild flowers and a spicy touch melt with vanilla and coconut aromas.In the mouth it has a soft and pleasant entrance. It is juicy in the medium palate, with apparent yet pleasant tannins. It has a lingering finish.Serving temperature: 16° - 18°C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€34.53* / 1 Liter)

€25.90*
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Mburucuyá Assemblage Collection 2015
This wine was awarded 90 points Wine Enthusiast, 92 points Descorchados and 92 points Falstaff.Grape variety: 40% Cabernet Franc, 30% Syrah, 10% Tannat, 10% Sangiovese, 10% MerlotTasting notes:Assemblage Collection is a limited edition elaborated only in exceptional vintages.It is a seductive wine with a unique and complex personality.Intense and concentrate with a deep and brilliant red colour. The wine offers a juicy mouthful of cherries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries aroma that makes the wine intense and complex.Elegant velvety tannins provide a firm backbone for a long and fruity flavoured finish.Refine, power and fruit flavours are the essence that shows this wine.Serving temperature:15° - 18° C

Content: 0.75 Liter (€39.41* / 1 Liter)

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Osiris Tannat 2015
This wine was awarded 90 points Wine Enthusiast and 92 points Descorchados.Grape variety: TannatTasting notes:On the nose, complex aromas of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and violets spread out, which, due to the ageing in oak wood, harmonize with spicy and toasted notes.In the mouth it is full-bodied, well balanced and with ripe tannins, with a complex, persistent and seductive finish.Serving temperature: 16° - 18°

Content: 0.75 Liter (€98.67* / 1 Liter)

€74.00*
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Buy online Tannat wine from Uruguay

The Tannat grape variety is the one that has earned Uruguay a recognised place in the world of wine and countless international awards. This grape, brought to Uruguay from France in 1870, found exceptional conditions for its development in the clay soils and the Uruguayan Atlantic breeze. Today Uruguay is the main producer of Tannat, with production volumes that even exceed those of its place of origin. Uruguayan Tannat wine can be found in wine regions such as Canelones, Maldonado or Colonia. Within its aromatic palette we can highlight the aromas of red fruits, such as cherries and plums, as well as figs and smoked notes.


Uruguay: the pearl of the South

Wine arrived in Uruguay during the second half of the 19th century, thanks to immigrant families who brought their knowledge from the Mediterranean. Around 1870, two vineyards were established on Uruguayan soil: in the region of Salto and in Montevideo.

Year after year, the wine industry was consolidated in this small country of the Rio de la Plata, until 1898, when, like Europe, it fell victim to phylloxera. This plague forced Uruguay to rethink the model of vineyards, based on grafted vines. This, together with the adoption of organic fertilizers, created a new viticulture. Today, the Uruguayan wine industry is a true symbol of civilization and progress.

Uruguay has 6 well-defined wine regions: Litoral Norte, Litoral Sur, Metropolitana, Centro, Oceánica and Norte. CanelonesMaldonado and Colonia are some of the areas with the highest production. The southern region is where 90% of the country's vineyards are located.

Among the most widely planted red grape varieties in Uruguay is Tannat (its flagship variety). The clayey soils, together with the Atlantic breeze, offer exceptional conditions for this variety. Uruguay is today the main producer of Tannat, with production volumes that even exceed those of its place of origin. Tannat wine expresses itself perfectly on its own, but also presents combinations of particular characteristics, in cuts with other varieties. This results in a great diversity; Tannat-Cabernet Sauvignon, Tannat-Merlot, Tannat-Cabernet Franc. Tannat wine is also produced in oak barrels. All this means that alone or in combination with other varieties, the Tannat expresses itself magnificently.

We also find MelotCabernet FrancMarselan, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Pinot Noir. Uruguay is also known worldwide for the variety of its Blends.

Among the white varieties, we can mention Sauvignon BlancChardonnayViognier and Moscatel, among others. 

(*) Source: inavi.com.uy

Weine aus Uruguay: Wissen kompakt

Wie viele Weinregionen gibt es in Uruguay?

Uruguay hat 6 klar definierte Weinregionen:

  • Nördliches Litoral
  • Südliches Litoral
  • Großstadt
  • Zentral
  • Ozeanisch
  • Norden

In der südlichen Region befinden sich 90 % der Weinberge des Landes. Canelones, in der Metropolregion, ist die größte Weinregion des Landes, die für 60 % der Produktion verantwortlich ist.

Welches sind die typischen uruguayischen Speisen, die mit uruguayischen Weinen kombiniert werden können?

Die Gewohnheit, Fleisch zu essen, ist nicht nur argentinisch. Auch in Uruguay isst man ausgezeichnetes Fleisch, das sehr gut mit uruguayischem Tannat-Rotwein harmoniert, vorzugsweise mit solchen, die in Eichenfässern gereift sind.

Ein weiteres typisch uruguayisches Gericht ist das berühmte "Chivito", ein Sandwich aus Rindfleisch und anderen Zutaten, das in der Regel mit Mayonnaise bestrichen und von Pommes frites begleitet wird. Zu diesem Sandwich passt ein gutes Glas Marselán, eine rote Rebsorte, die leichte und leicht zu trinkende Weine hervorbringt.

Natürlich isst man in Uruguay auch köstliche Empanadas, die mit Fleisch, Huhn, Fisch oder Gemüse zubereitet werden können. Im Sommer kann eine typische Empanada sehr gut mit einem uruguayischen Viognier-Wein kombiniert werden, der gekühlt serviert wird.

Wie wird der uruguayische Wein hergestellt?

Obwohl Uruguay ein kleines Land ist, hat es eine intensive Weinbautätigkeit entwickelt, die jedes Jahr zunimmt.

Der Wein kam in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts nach Uruguay, dank der Einwandererfamilien, die ihre Kenntnisse aus dem Mittelmeerraum mitbrachten. 

Um 1870 wurden zwei Weinberge auf uruguayischem Boden angelegt. Mit der Erfahrung dieser Pioniere als Maßstab setzte sich der Weinbau in Uruguay durch und erreichte ein Wachstum, das einen Großteil der ausländischen Produktion ersetzen konnte.

Heute gibt es fast 200 uruguayische Weinkellereien, die sich hauptsächlich auf die Regionen Canelones, Montevideo und Colonia verteilen.

Nach den bis 2021 aktualisierten Daten gibt es in Uruguay 1.183 Weingüter mit einer Gesamtanbaufläche von 5.966 Hektar. Im selben Jahr wurden mehr als 99.300 Kilo Trauben für die Weinherstellung angebaut. Die Tannat-Traube macht derzeit 27 % der Anbaufläche des Landes aus.

Von der gesamten Rebfläche Uruguays entfallen 80 % auf rote Sorten und 20 % auf weiße Sorten.

Welches ist der bekannteste uruguayische Rotwein?

Der weltweit bekannteste uruguayische Rotwein ist Tannat, der größte Produzent von Weinen aus dieser Rebsorte, vor allem in Weinregionen wie Canelones, Maldonado oder Colonia. Nach dem Tannat werden in Uruguay Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Marselan, Cabernet Franc, Syrah und Pinot Noir produziert. 

Es ist wichtig zu erwähnen, dass Uruguay auch, wenn auch in geringeren Mengen, Weine aus Rebsorten produziert, die in Südamerika selten zu finden sind, wie z.B.: Moscatel de Hamburgo, Arinarnoa, Nebbiolo, Mourvedre, Cinsault oder Gammay.

Welches ist der bekannteste uruguayische Weißwein?

Obwohl die am meisten angebaute Weißweinsorte in Uruguay Ugni Blanc ist, sind Sauvignon Blanc (die am zweithäufigsten angebaute Sorte des Landes), gefolgt von Chardonnay, Viognier, Albariño und Moscatel Blanco weltweit sehr bekannt.

Es ist wichtig zu erwähnen, dass Uruguay auch, wenn auch in geringeren Mengen, Weine aus Rebsorten produziert, die in Südamerika selten zu finden sind, wie Sauvignon Gris, Arriloba, Trebbiano, Gewurtztraminer und andere.

Wo kann man Tannat aus Uruguay online kaufen?

Wir empfehlen Ihnen, in unserem Online-Shop Andenweine zu kaufen. Einige der Vorteile des Kaufs von Wein in Andenweine sind:

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Wenn Sie bei Andenweine einkaufen, können Sie zwischen den wichtigsten Weinregionen Uruguays wählen, wie zum Beispiel:

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