Tannat

The wine world’s only palindromic variety, Tannat is a native of South-West France, particularly Madiran, that has been embraced by Uruguay, where it appreciates the sun. Even so, it can be a little brutal with dense tannins, so it’s often best in a blend with Merlot. High in procyanidins (anti-oxidants), Tannat has a reputation from the health community of being the best red wine for zapping free radicals in your system!  

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  1. Tanners French Rose, Cotes de Gascogne
    Tanners French Rosé, IGP Côtes de Gascogne 2017
    Tannat 12.0% Vol
    South of France > Gascony & SW France
    Sourced from a family domaine in the Gers, this juicy, racy rosé has been a fantastic...
    £8.40 per bottle

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