This may be my new fave varietal - lush, fruity yet dry, not overly tannic and pleasingly complex. Had not tried Mourvedre before so I don't know if it's the grape or this vineyard's prep, but it's a winner!
excellent red wine for its price, not as full bodied as a rioja but the wood like sweeter taste works wonderfully with rich beef cuts like a steak poivre and/or blue cheese.
Based on taste, this wine is worth more than the selling price. It has a very smooth taste and not overpowering. I didn't give 5 stars because I have tasted similar wines that were a bit more complex. Still, very good.