To do or Tannat? Well, given a choice it seems like Tannat is an increasingly better and better option! Tannat wine grapes are French in origin and have become worldly, traveling the globe to South and North America. Tannat is known as the National Grape of Uruguay and is growing in popularity in California with increasing speed. In Clarksburg, Tannat has been gaining traction with California winemakers for its structure and tannin without the high acidity or heavy fruitiness. There is something really special about Tannat that draws people in. Maybe it’s the dark chocolate and cardamon aroma, or the place it holds in our wine profile as a full bodied wine that won’t punch you in the mouth? It’s not a Cabernet and it’s not a Malbec, but Tannat is a part of the conversation.
New Release 2015 Tannat
The 2015 Heringer Estates Tannat is a perfect example of why California and Clarksburg are falling in love. With a gripping tannin you will enjoy beautiful flavors of blackberry, dried fruit, black plum, dark chocolate, and cardamom. The strong structure of Tannat will pair well with high protein and rich fatty foods. Perfect for holiday parties and hearty meals.
Heavy body, rich tannin, and complex flavor
Rich dark berries, plum, oak accents
36 months in French and American oak
Wine of the Month for November
To celebrate the 2015 Tannat release enjoy the November Wine of the Month Gift Box! Share the wine with your friends and family while feasting on the Roasted Sausage Stuffed Pumpkin recipe! Give thanks for wine, friendly feasts, Tannat, family, and so much more!
Gift Box Includes
10 Thank you cards
Little Hoot owl salt and pepper shakers
Food pairing recipe for Roasted Sausage Stuffed Pumpkin
Available for only for November 2018