Pizzato Reserva Tannat 2005

Avg Price: £19.50
3.37 5 0.5
Add
1 review
+My Wines

My Wines

Save in My Wines

Add to Wishlist

My Cellar

List It
Edit

Vintages


Add a vintage

Winemaker's Notes:

Tannat is widely grown in South America, in Uraguay they consider it to be their national grape! Brazilian Tannat ten...

Read more...
  • There are currently no submitted critic scores.
  • + Wine critic

    Submit a Critic Score

    Score:

    Name of Critic:

    Close
Hannibal Brown
Epsom, UK (4,000 mi)
GBP 19.50
USD $
750ml
Buy Now

Earthy, spicy, intense nose, a little vanilla, fine black fruit note, very focused, a little leathery, spicy dry port kind of nice, very smooth, al... Read more

Set your rating:
Save

Examples: Value Wine, Would Recommend, For the Cellar, Etc...

All Prices

Shipping to:

Editorial Reviews for Pizzato Reserva Tannat

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065204,369
3.50 5
Vintage: 2007 08/13/2012

Earthy, spicy, intense nose, a little vanilla, fine black fruit note, very focused, a little leathery, spicy dry port kind of nice, very smooth, almost soft, broaden the plate, fine tannins, crushed berry fruit leaning towards black raspberry and black berry with a hint of black currant, really lovely fruit on the backend, elegant style, finish has some nice dry tannin but this remains elegant 88pts


User Reviews for Pizzato Reserva Tannat

Winemaker's Notes:

Tannat is widely grown in South America, in Uraguay they consider it to be their national grape! Brazilian Tannat tends to be lower in tannins than the European equivalent which is why this single varietal works very well. In France it is used as a blending grape and you usually only see 3-5% in most blends.This wine hints initially at nutmeg and cinnamon, then develops more floral tones. Ripe red fruits, mid-weight with well integrated tannins, smooth and silky - this is a super and extremely interesting wine.Read more about the Brazilian wine industry in Hannibal's journal.

Tannat is widely grown in South America, in Uraguay they consider it to be their national grape! Brazilian Tannat tends to be lower in tannins than the European equivalent which is why this single varietal works very well. In France it is used as a blending grape and you usually only see 3-5% in most blends.This wine hints initially at nutmeg and cinnamon, then develops more floral tones. Ripe red fruits, mid-weight with well integrated tannins, smooth and silky - this is a super and extremely interesting wine.Read more about the Brazilian wine industry in Hannibal's journal.

Photos for All Vintages

+ Add an Image for this wine

Best Wine Deals

See More Deals »







Snooth Media Network