Montevideo and Canelones (southern Uruguay) Thanks to Daniel Pisano and Juan Bouza for information supplied. Daniel Pisano, Bodegas Pisano, Progresso 2007 was a very good vintage for most varieties, especially for reds, and more especially for Tannat. We had a dry and not too cold end of winter with a normal spring and normal rains until end of November. Weather conditions were a bit unstable with strong winds by the end of the period and this situation led to an earlier (1 week) but smaller flower set. Spring frosts affected some vineyards so the crop was reduced by 20% compared to vintage 2006. By the end of...
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