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Pedregal Selection Tannat

Type: Red wine, 750 ml, Vintage 2017 (item no. 74453)

Grapes: Tant (100%)

District: Canelones, Uruguay

Details: Winemakers: Laura Casella & Mariana Menguzzi

Closure: Natural cork

Alcohol: 13.5%, Residual sugar: 4.0 gr/l, Acid: 4.0 gr/l


The Stagnari family started making wine already in the 1880s in Italy.

Now six generations later, the Stagnari family still does great wines but in Uruguay. A total area of ​​34 hectares divided into two vineyards, located in southern Uruguay, La Paz,

Canelones and Melilla, Montevideo. The area is known for it ideal climate and mineral-rich pink granite that is unique to southern Uruguay.


Vinification: Traditional winemaking where you harvest by hand and whole the vinification process takes place in the vineyard. About 2 weeks

maceration and part of the wine has undergone malolactic fermentation. The wine has been aged for 6 months in old French and american barrels. They have neglected to stabilize the wine because retain its rustic style, thus there may be precipitation in the wine.


Description: Deep ruby ​​red with a lovely aroma of dark berries, chocolate, vanilla, violet and some minerality. Medium-bodied with balanced acidity and clear barrel character. The taste is generous, berry and spicy a little earthiness, medium tannins and a long spicy aftertaste.


Recommendations: Served at 16-18 degrees. This wine is ready to drink now, but can advantageously be stored for another 5 years. Feel free to drink more savory stews, grilled beef, lamb and game. Also fits

very good with tasty hard cheeses or milder mold cheeses.


Wine producer: Antigua Bodega Stagnari

Pedregal Selection Tannat

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