Viña Progreso 2003 Reserve Tannat (Uruguay)

This joint venture between the Pisano and Boisset families is making an extracted, heavily oaked Tannat, and it's a good effort. The wine is dark, almost opaque. Coffee and mocha vie with ripe black plum on the nose, while flavors of bitter chocolate and pepper darken the fruity palate. The finish is both juicy and thick. An interesting Uruguayan red. Michael Schachner

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