Bodegones Del Sur 2000 Oak Aged Tannat (Juanico)

The bouquet is difficult to get into; there's peanut, popcorn, sawdust and chili powder. So go figure. On the palate, some raspberry and cherry gets tied up in the oak, which isn't particularly flavorful. As for mouthfeel, it is tight and hard, like virtually every Uruguayan wine we've tasted. Michael Schachner

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