Clio, Jumilla
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Clio, Jumilla - 2021

Item # 19313 750mL

This full-bodied red wine comes from the southeastern Spanish region of Jumilla. Because of the dry heat in this area, the grapes are concentrated and ripe, creating a wine that is dense and rich. Flavors of black fruit, licorice, and spice burst from the glass. Marries well with a thick, juicy steak.

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Monastrell is a red wine grape you may have heard of without knowing it. It goes by the name Mourvedre in France. While in the Rhône Valley it is commonly used as a blending grape to add body, tannin, and color,but in Spain it's a much, much different story. Clio shows how complex and powerful this grape variety can be. This wine is an absolute monster, a heavyweight boxer in wine. Coming from the warm climate of southeastern Spain, the grapes get the chance to fully ripen and produce hyper-concentrated dark fruit notes, alongside notes of baking spices and anise. On the nose is a very robust aromatic profile of blackberries, bing cherries, and some tobacco. This wine NEEDS a hunk of red meat eaten as bloody as you can handle. If you have the patience (which I rarely do) decant this wine for two hours. Thank me later.

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A Spanish synonym for the dark-skinned Mourvèdre grape.


Just slightly inland off the Mediterranean Sea, this hot climate region is the ideal home for the red grape Monastrell (also called Mourvèdre in France). Wines from Jumilla are generally ripe and jammy, with loads of dark berry fruit intertwined with notes of baking spices, chocolate, and tea. These are very versatile food wines, and, at generally very modest prices, they are the perfect accompaniment to your Chinese take-out (or a heaping plate of barbeque spare ribs).

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