The celebrated Tannat was first introduced into Uruguay in 1870 by Basque immigrants becoming "the national grape", perfectly adapted to our soil and climate. Considered an exotic variety, it is the most widely planted at the moment. It gives very present tannins, which allow keeping them for a long time. Its best wine is rich and vigorous, and it develops great complexity when aged in bottle during many years. This vivid, concentrated red shows how brightly Tannat can shine in Uruguay.