Tarrango is a light, fruity Australian red variety bred for hot, inland conditions.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Tarrango produces wines that are a deep red-purple colour with a bright, lively and fruity flavour. Its aromas are predominantly fruity, with notes of blackberry, raspberry, mulberry with medium-high acidity and smooth tannins.

Fresh Tarrango grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Plantings are restricted to the hot inland regions of the Murray-Darling basin in Australia. Tarrango is slow ripening but needs heat and water to mature fully, with relatively high acidity and a low tannin level. Tarrango wines are generally very versatile. It works well with a variety of dishes, including grilled vegetables, tomato sauces, and red meats.

Foods to pair with Tarrango:

Fun Fact about Tarrango
Tarrango is a cross between Touriga Nacional and Sultaniye, it is one of the best-selling Australian wine in th UK market.

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