Tannat wine is a red wine made from the Tannat grape, found in France and Uruguay, and it is known for its high tannin levels. Tannin is a compound found in red wine and dark chocolate, and it is responsible for the bitter taste.
Tannat Wines | Red Wine Grape Variety
Tannat wines are red wines made from the Tannat grape variety. This red wine grape is grown in several countries worldwide but is most commonly found in France and Uruguay. Tannat wines are known for their deep red color, intense flavor, and high tannin levels.
Tannat Red Wine in Singapore
Tannat red wine is now being produced in other parts of the world, such as Singapore. At Benchmark wines, we are proud to offer a wide selection of Tannat red wines, which come from vineyards all over the world.
FAQs (Frequently asked questions)
1.What Does Tannat Taste Like?
Tannat red wines are French wines that come from the Southwest region. These unique wines feature dark chocolate, espresso, and smoke notes on their flavour profile with an additional cardamom spice note for good measure!
2.What are the Best Tannat Food Pairing Recommendations?
Tannat wines can be delicious – and they have the potential to pair well with food. Tannat wines typically pair well with red meat, pasta, aged hard cheeses, such as Parmesan or Pecorino, and chocolate desserts.