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  1. De Chansac Rosé Cinsault 2018
    $9.98
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    The vines are located in the northern mountains of the Pyrénées and the Cévennes within the Pays d’Oc appellation in Languedoc-Roussillon. The Mediterranean Sea in the south offers hot and dry summers, with various terroirs. The soil is dense which gives perfect medium-bodied fruity wines. Learn More
  2. Garzon Tannat Single Vineyard Uruguay 2015
    WS91
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    JS92
    $25.98
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    92 Points!  This is round and very silky with a lovely texture and intensity. Full body, round and polished tannins. Lots of blueberry, cherry and hints of mineral and stone. Drink or hold. - JamesSuckling.com
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  3. Garzon Tannat Reserve Uruguay 2016
    JS92
    $14.98
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    92 Points! Iodine, ink, tar, crushed stones and dark plum essence. This has all the hallmarks of a fruity tannat, but it's in no way too much. It combines a lovely firm tannin backbone with tangy acidity, which carries all the way to the savory finish. Drink now. - James Suckling, jamessuckling.com
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  4. Tercero Cinsaut Santa Barbara County 2016
    $24.98
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    Tercero's 2016 Cinsaut (that's not a typo: in the California crush report, Cinsault lost its "l" and is thus officially recognized as "Cinsaut") is a refreshing, mouthwatering light to medium-bodied wine redolent of juicy berries and sweet soil. Fermented with whole bunches and matured in old oak, this came in at a mere 10.8% natural alcohol (Cinsault produces big, juicy berries, so attaining anything more is a challenge) and is a wine to consider serving at cellar temperature. - William Kelley, Wine Advocate #236
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  5. Cruse Wine Company Tannat Alder Springs Vineyard 2015
    VM90
    $44.98
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    90 Points!  Michael Cruse's 2015 Tannat Alder Springs is bold and intense, and yet the huge tannins typical of this variety have been largely tamed. A host of earthy, savory notes add aromatic complexity to the deeply expressive, varietal fruit. The 2015 is bold and rustic (there is only so much one can do with Tannat) and yet all the elements are beautifully balanced. The Tannat was vinified in concrete and aged in barrel. - Antonio Galloni, Vinous Media
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