APPEARANCE: deep garnet, almost purple colour
AROMAS: Concentrated dark fruits of black cherry and blackcurrant on nose, maybe hints of cinnamon and spice, vanilla & some toastiness
TASTE: an unfiltered wine, this is rich and heavy bodied but with surprisingly supple tannins.
FOOD PAIRING: a perfect wine for the cooler months, match with beef, roast lamb, venison & game dishes
OVERALL: it is unusual to find a Tannat which is so approachable at a such a young age but El Gaucho manages it with some style, while still having plenty of ageing potential! Combines structure with elegance..