Bodega Grazon in a matter of a few short years has pretty much come out of nowhere to help put Uruguay and its signature grape, Tannat, on the radar of wine lovers around the world. A project of billionaire Alejandro Bulgheroni, the goal was to set up a world class operation with no expenses spared and the results have been pretty impressive.
92 pts James Suckling June 2020
Dark berries with blanched almonds and violets on the nose. Medium to full body. Fine, integrated tannins and a silky texture. Lovely length and juiciness. Drink or hold.