The Jumilla wine region is one of Spain's oldest. Deeply entrenched in wine history, it has become a haven for fantastic wine and has attracted many new producers over the last decade. Currently, more than 27,400 hectares of vineyard are registered to vineyards. The rocky, lime-rich soil, the arid conditions and extreme temperature range all contribute to maximizing the colour and flavour from the grapes that grow here. Against the adverse and stressful conditions, the grapes of Jumilla produce bold and strong red wines.
Red (black) grape varietal, the Spanish name for the Mourvèdre of France. Grown in the hot, central region of Spain, including the Jumilla DOC. Bright dark ruby black colour. Fruity, woody earthy aromas with ripe black cherries and dried violets. Crisp, dryish full body with black fruit flavours, fine tannins and often light oak treatment.
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