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Vina Las Brujas Tannat 2018

The Experience

Drink When...
Bagpuss goes to Sleep
Listen To...
Sea Wolf – Old Friend
Think About...
The Decline of our Highstreets
Drink With...
Beef & Salsa Burgers

The Oddbins Take

"We love the New World wine growing communities, they’re essentially Emily from Bagpuss, finding lost and broken things, restoring them to their former glory and then displaying them in their shops. How did Emily get that shop? She was a child, why wasn’t she at school? We also don’t recall her ever selling anything, who was paying the rent? She wouldn’t get away with that in this economy. We seem to once again have been side-tracked by a 70s children tv show…
New World countries regularly find unloved grape varieties (usually from France) and make such excellent wine from them, that they become synonymous with their wine industry. Like Malbec in Argentina, Carménère in Chile or Sauvignon Blanc in New Zealand. Tannat in Uruguay is a link you may not yet be familiar with, but you will be soon! Tannat is from the southwest of France and still grown a bit but it has come in to its own Uruguay. Here, the tannins are smooth, the texture silky and in high quality wines such as Vina Las Brujas, the palate is rich with flavours of blackberry, quince and eucalyptus. If Emily starts selling Tannat, she’ll turn around her shop in no time!

Las Brujas
Best Drunk Now & Over the Next 3 Years
Bottle Size
Residual Sugar
2 g/l


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Light Full bodied
Dry Sweet
Tannat (100%)
Vina Las Brujas Tannat 2018

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