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Tannat

Tannat is a red wine grape that is most famous in the region of Madiran in the far southwest of France but it has also found success in Uruguay where it has become the national grape. It is now also planted in Aregentina, Australia and Brazil, among other places. It is known for its firm tannic structure, deep colour, and high alcohol.