Mourvedre


Found 9 Wines for sale.

2010 Terra Felix Mourvedre

2010 Terra Felix Mourvedre

You say, Mourvedre, we say Mataro, chuck in Monastrell for good measure and you’ve got the same variety with three different names. What can be guaranteed is brambly, dark fruits amidst savoury flavours and spice. A fulsome palate, with dark fruit...

Cracka rating80
Region: Upper Goulburn
2011 Enrique Mendoza La Tremenda Monastrell

2011 Enrique Mendoza La Tremenda Monastrell

Encompassing 37,000 acres, D.O. Alicante is divided into two sub-regions: La Marina, just inland from the area’s popular beach towns, and the Alicante subzone (northwest of the capital, Alicante). The winters are short; summers are long, hot, near...

Cracka rating0
Region: South Spain
2012 Tim Smith Wines Mataro Grenache Shiraz

2012 Tim Smith Wines Mataro Grenache Shiraz

Discovering more old vine mataro and grenache in the 'gardens' of Tim Smith’s Barossa growers, provides him the perfect opportunity to craft a blend that is quite aromatic and in the 'Rhone Style' that he loves.  Retaining all the plush palat...

Cracka rating0
Region: Barossa Valley
2012 El Seque Laderas de El Seque Monastrell Blend

2012 El Seque Laderas de El Seque Monastrell Blend

This is outrageous value for what you get in the bottle, plus it is crafted by Artardi which is a massive plus! Made from the grape of many names - Mourvedre - it shows lovely blue and black berries on the nose, with just a twist of pepper spice o...

Cracka rating80
Region: South Spain
2008 La Purisima Trapio Monastrell

2008 La Purisima Trapio Monastrell

Monastell, mourvedre, mataro - it's all the same grape, and this one is a bold style sourced from 50 to 70-year-old vines. Red berries, plums and blue fruits decorate the nose, with flutters of mocha, star anise, earthy spices and dried herbs. The...

Cracka rating80
Region: South Spain
2008 Primitivo Quiles 'Raspay' Monastrell

2008 Primitivo Quiles 'Raspay' Monastrell

If you like your reds rustic and in the more 'old fashioned' Spanish style, them look no further than this one from Primativo Quiles. It is definitely a savoury, non-fruity wine showing choc-coated prunes, Christmas cake, mocha and balsamic on the...

Cracka rating70
Region: South Spain
2008 Terra Felix Mourvedre

2008 Terra Felix Mourvedre

You say, Mourvedre, we say Mataro, chuck in Monastrell for good measure and you’ve got the same variety with three different names. What can be guaranteed is brambly, dark fruits amidst savoury flavours and spice. A fulsome palate, with dark fruit...

Cracka rating80
Region: Upper Goulburn
2009 Magpie Estate The Black Sock Mourvedre

2009 Magpie Estate The Black Sock Mourvedre

Mourvedre is still terribly underrated, but here's one that could change a few minds. Hailing from the Barossa Valley, it shows lots of lush dark berries, plums and blueberries on the nose, with hints of red fruits and Asian spices. The palate is ...

Cracka rating80
Region: Barossa Valley
2006 Enrique Mendoza Estrecho Monastrell

2006 Enrique Mendoza Estrecho Monastrell

Here we have a fuller-bodied, floral, fruit and spice number out of Alicante that will really come into it's own with some barbequed meats. Plums, ripe blackberries, dried herbs and a touch of balsamic rise from the glass, whilst the palate is qui...

Cracka rating80
Region: South Spain