A blend of 98% Monastrell and 2% Grenache.
The heat-loving Monastrell is known as Mourvèdre in France's Rhone valley. Jumilla records show that Monastrell was used at least as early as the 15th century. Like the Rhone, Jumilla gets extremely hot during the summer days, but because of the 1500 foot elevation, nights are very cool. This allows the grapes to become physiologically ripe, yet maintain their acidity.
"Inky purple color. Strongly floral nose displays a seductive bouquet of dark berries, lavender, rose and smoky Indian spices. Vibrant blackberry and candied cherry flavors are lifted by zesty minerals, becoming deeper and sweeter with air. The impressively brisk and focused finish features pure berries. Here's another crazy value." 91 Points
International Wine Cellar
Very smooth, very tasteful, delightfully rich and full bodied. I should have bought more.
I still don't respect a wine with a plastic cork and i was right. This one was a good buy but underwhelming otherwise.