We don’t see much wine coming out of Uruguay, what we have seen hasn’t really caught on and most of what was presented and we carried is no longer available anymore. So when this dessert wine made from the Tannat grape was presented to us we didn’t expect a lot, even sufficing its price tag. Boy we were wrong as this is as good as it is bizarre, in a good way. Think of marshmallows with vanilla, milk chocolate and then glimpses of red cherry and fig lurking in the background. Creamy textured but not excessive in its weight or cloying to the palate, with a nicely detailed, lingering aftertaste, it really is different and there will be a lot of big fans for its unique flavor. Simply put this is extra ordinary in a most positive way and quite delicious on top of that. This is a must for those who love well made dessert wines.