Mourvèdre/Monastrell

Bandol is perhaps the most famous incarnation of this Franco-Spanish variety which is often said to do best in the blazing sun with its roots near the sea. It has a blackberry aroma, can be beefy with a bit of oak and has quite chunky, if soft tannins. It works well in blends such as Châteauneuf-du-Pape, but the Spanish prefer it as a sole varietal from Jumilla and Valencia. Also known as Mataró in Australia and California.

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  1. Dom Condamine l'Eveque Mourvedre
    Mourvèdre, Georges, Domaine La Condamine l'Evêque, VdP Côtes de Thongue 2016
    Mourvèdre/Mataró 13.0% Vol
    South of France > Languedoc-Rousillon
    Condamine l'Eveque is a progressive domaine run by the Bascou family near Sète....
    £8.70 per bottle

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