Shania Monastell Jumilla 2019 Wine Box 3L

Shania Monastell Jumilla 2019 Wine Box 3L

Shania Monastell Jumilla 2019 Wine Box 3L

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Indulge in the rich flavors and bold character of Shania Monastrell Jumilla 2019, now available in a convenient 3-liter wine box. Crafted from the finest Monastrell grapes grown in the renowned Jumilla region of Spain, this wine embodies the essence of Spanish winemaking tradition.

Shania Monastrell Jumilla 2019 showcases the unique terroir of the Jumilla region, known for its hot, arid climate and limestone-rich soils. The grapes are hand-harvested at optimal ripeness to capture their full flavor potential and vibrant acidity.

In the glass, Shania Monastrell reveals a deep ruby red color, hinting at its intensity and depth of flavor. On the nose, aromas of ripe blackberries, plums, and hints of spice tantalize the senses, promising a palate-pleasing experience.

On the palate, this wine delights with its full-bodied structure and rich, velvety texture. Flavors of dark fruit, such as blackberry and plum, mingle with notes of black pepper and subtle oak nuances, adding complexity and depth to the palate. Soft, supple tannins provide structure and balance, leading to a long and satisfying finish.

The 3-liter wine box format offers convenience and freshness, allowing you to enjoy Shania Monastrell Jumilla 2019 anytime, anywhere. Whether you're hosting a gathering with friends or enjoying a quiet evening at home, this wine box ensures that you'll have plenty of delicious wine on hand to share and savor.

Experience the bold flavors and exceptional quality of Shania Monastrell Jumilla 2019 in a convenient and eco-friendly 3-liter wine box. Elevate your wine-drinking experience with this Spanish gem, perfect for any occasion.

Shania Monastrell Jumilla 2019 presents a deep ruby red color in the glass, showcasing its intensity and richness.

Upon nosing, the wine reveals enticing aromas of ripe blackberries and plums, with hints of spice adding complexity. There's a sense of depth and concentration to the bouquet, promising a palate-pleasing experience.

On the palate, this wine delights with its full-bodied structure and velvety texture. Flavors of dark fruit, including blackberry and plum, dominate, complemented by notes of black pepper and subtle oak. The wine's rich and layered profile offers complexity and depth, with soft tannins providing a balanced mouthfeel.

The finish is long and satisfying, with the wine's flavors lingering on the palate. A hint of spice and oak adds depth to the finish, leaving a lasting impression.

Spanish Monastrell wines tend to be rich, dark affairs, frequently showing flavors of blackberry and black cherry.… Australian and Californian examples of the variety are typically richer and more fruit-driven than those produced around the Mediterranean.” “Mourvedre is a meaty and full-bodied red wine.
In the second half of the 19th century, with the reconstruction of vineyards as a result of the Phylloxera plague, the Monastrell became the principal variety of this area in south-eastern Spain, due to its good adaptability to growing conditions and also to the quality of the wines produced.
Mourvèdre (also known as Mataro or Monastrell) is a red wine grape variety grown in many regions around the world including the Rhône and Provence regions of France, the Valencia and Jumilla and Yecla denominaciones de origen (DOs) of Spain, as well as the Balearic Islands, California and Washington and the Australian ...
Remarkably complex and deep, this Monastrell from Jumilla conveys aromas of dried figs, black fruit, tapenade, violets, raisins, aromatic herbs and some dim mineral undertones. Meaty, bold and vibrant. This sweet red wine of Bodegas Olivares has a silky, voluptuous body sustained by a crisp, tight acidity.
The second most popular grape grown in Spain after Tempranillo is Monastrell, which is incredibly full-bodied and rustic. Deeply colored and highly tannic, this wine is perfect for those days when you want to drink something big. Consider decanting when enjoying this wine.
Jumilla is a wine DO title of Murcia, a small region on the Mediterranean coast of southeastern Spain. The Jumilla viticultural area, which is sandwiched between Yecla in the north and Bullas in the south, is considered to be Murcia's most important in terms of quantity and quality.

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