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Jumilla

Jumilla is a hot, dry wine growing region in southern Spain on the border between the provinces of Castilla-La Mancha and Murcia. Jumilla's calling card is the Monastrell grape (aka Mourvedre), which does well in the arid climate and produces primarily full-bodied, fruit driven red wines. Great with chorizo!

Pasico 2018 Monastrell Shiraz 750ml

$15.57

A stunning wine from the 'new wave' Jumilla region of southern Spain. It tips its hat to the classic regions of Spain but delivers a whole lot more. The blend of Monastrell (aka Mourvèdre) and Shiraz (aka Syrah) grapes make this a real blockbuster...

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Alceno 2016 "Premium 50" Syrah 750ml

$22.52

A full-bodied Syrah and Monastrell red wine blend with dark berry, plum, cocoa, grilled herbs and cedar spice flavours on the palate. This traditional family estate was founded in the Jumilla region in 1870 but only began bottling in 2000. In its fourth...

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Casa Castillo 2019 Jumilla Monastrell 750ml

$31.22

A good way to get a feel for the quality of a producer in Burgundy is to taste their Bourgogne Rouge and one gets the feeling that Jose Maria feels the same way. The Jumilla from Casa Castillo is made from younger vines sourced mainly from La Valle...

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Casa Castillo 2019 Las Gravas Jumilla 750ml

$73.83

The 2018 Las Gravas is a blend of 90% Monastrell from limestone gravel soils and 10% Garnacha also planted in the same gravel soils, but it's obviously much younger than the Monastrell. It fermented in underground pools with 25% to 30% full clusters and...

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