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Uruguay?
Let's Tannat Tonight!
Discover these spicy, mouth-filling alternatives to Malbec.

2011 G. Mendez Enigma Blend
Why Enigma? 
Grapes: Shiraz/Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Alicante Bouschet, Petit Verdot, Tannat, Arinaroa, Pinot Meunier, Marselan.
Guess what? It works! Half white, half red. Too cool for words.
Reg. $15.99
Now $8.99
 
2011 Giminez Mendez 
Las Brujas Tannat
The best Mendez fruit comes from the Las Brujas vineyard. 
Brujas Tannat is a full-bodied and yet not oaky wine, with unique mocha tones. Structure like a French wine, yet distinct spice that can be associated with Uruguay. Tannat is used in Madiran and Iroulegy (around the French Pyrenees), but for Uruguay it has become their specialty, and this is a phenomenal example.
Reg. $12.99
Now $7.99
 
2011 Giminez Mendez
Las Brujas Tannat 54% / Malbec 46%
A blend of Uruguay's signature grapes, Tannat and Malbec. Surprisingly soft, with alluring herbal notes, light black fruit flavors and a lingering finish. The Malbec tones down and adds a hint of spice to the Tannat. Easy drinking, we could see this becoming a favorite for pizza night! Excellent balance between acidity, fruit and tannic astringency.
Reg. $12.99
Now $7.99

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