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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 2011 "12 Meses" Monastrell 750ml

$18.17

This is an aged release from Alceno comprised of 85% Monastrell and 15% Syrah from their oldest vineyards in Jumilla, Spain. The twelve meses (or months) represents the length of ageing in French and American oak barrels. This produces an...

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Alceno 2012 "Premium 50" Syrah 750ml

$22.52

This is a great wine made by a family-owned winery in Jumilla, a region considered a pioneer in marketing Spanish wines to the world. The roots of Bodegas Alceno can be traced back to 1870 when it became the first commercial winery in Jumilla. This dark...

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