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The 2014 Tarrango is a strawberry, magenta colour with lifted aromas of fresh berries, cherries and a hint of spice. Tarrango is a light-bodied red wine that should be served slightly chilled. It is a refreshing wine, characterised by aromas and flavours reminiscent of red berries and a delicate dry finish. This vintage is rich and juicy with a racy acidity.
|When to Drink||Now|
|Region||South East Australia|
|Pairing||Spicy and hot Indian food or barbecue meats and vegetables.|
|Volume||75cl (Full Bottle)|
Tarrango is a unique Australian grape variety, bred by CSIRO scientists in 1965 by crossing the Portuguese red grape variety Touriga with the versatile white grape Sultana. It was developed specifically to produce a light, fresh red wine ideal for summer drinking in the many countries with warm to hot summers.
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