100% Tannat, 30% of the wine spends six months in new French oak, the remainder 70% stainless steel. Pablo Fallabrino grew up in a family of winemakers. His grandfather, Angelo Fallabrino, moved to Uruguay from Piedmont in 1920, and in the 1930's he started two wineries with five different vineyards. Eventually, his father Alejandro took over, becoming one of the key players in the Uruguayan wine industry, until he passed away in 1991. When Angelo died, in 1995, Pablo took over a single vineyard-Vinedo de los Vientos, and in 1997, he decided to start his own winery. This wine is from Uruguay. With complementing scents of cocao beans and Asian spices, this wine displays significant complexity all around. A powerful palate with hints of blackberry and delicate notes of toast, backed with a long finish of intense dark fruit and firm but polished tannins, defining a true Tannat expression.