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Pisano Progreso Tannat Reserve 2022

3.384620000 star rating 13 Reviews
Bright, floral, blackberry-scented tannat, with a balanced palate, not dry or hard, but with Atlantic freshness and brambly flavour. It's an exclusive wine made in a joint blending session by Pisano and The Wine Society.
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Code: UR561

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Medium-bodied
  • Tannat
  • 75cl
  • Now to 2026
  • 13.5% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Cork, diam
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan

Pisano Family Vineyards & Cellars

History
In 1870 Don Francesco Pisano emigrated from Liguria, Italy to Uruguay. His son Don Cesare Secundino Pisano arrived in 1914, planted the original vineyards and produced the first wine in 1924. The third generation united Italian and Basque origins as Don César Pisano married Doña María Elsa Arretxea.

Today it is three brothers of the fourth generation who run the company, namely Eduardo, viticulture, Gustavo, head of winemaking, Daniel, exports and one of the fifth, Gabriel, cellar master.

They produce 30,000 dozens from their own vineyards.

Vineyards
The 30ha of vineyards are situated 25 kilometres north of Montevideo , benefiting from a sunny and cool Atlantic climate. The soils are a mix of clay and limestone.

The original Viña vineyard, next to the cellars, consists of 15 hectares of low-yielding high-density tannat, cabernet sauvignon and merlot vines, besides some chardonnay, torrontés.

The newer Barrancal vineyard is being developed five kilometres north of the cellars in the Progreso region. Here there are 15 hectares of pinot noir, syrah, petit verdot and viognier, besides the traditional tannat. The soil here is particularly high in limestone.

Cellar
The cellar is well equipped with a number of stainless-steel and concrete vats and a good modern bottling line. There are barrels for maturing some of the best wines and new oak is used judiciously to avoid dominating the specific character of their wine.

Sunday Times

A striking dark ruby, this tannat delivers rich blue fruit and a satisfying kick of freshness on the palate.

Will Lyons

JancisRobinson.com

Some freshness and marine influence. The Madiran grape seems very much at home in Uruguay, just like Malbec in Argentina.

Jancis Robinson MW

Decanter

Blended for The Wine Society at a collavborative blending session with Pisano and buyer Toby Morrhall, this Tannat punches well above its weight of its price tag. Saline freshness, with a touch of...
Blended for The Wine Society at a collavborative blending session with Pisano and buyer Toby Morrhall, this Tannat punches well above its weight of its price tag. Saline freshness, with a touch of seabreeze topping the floral aromas that dominate the nose. Juicy plum and ripe blackberries fill the generous palate. intense tannins, robust but also very soft and ripe.
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Ines Salpico

JancisRobinson.com

Dark crimson. Some freshness and marine influence. Sleek and refreshing. GV

Jancis Robinson MW

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