This wine is full-bodied and fruit-forward with blackberry/blueberry notes as well as juicy mouthfeel.
Monastrell (aka Mourvèdre in France) is a very structured and thick-skinned grape that ripens very late in the season. It is moderately drought-tolerant, making it an ideal grape for warm climates.
Food Pairing Notes
Monastrell begs for rich foods to absorb the high tannin; look for dishes with lots of umami.