Ripe and richly-flavoured Monastrell from the Jumilla region of south-east Spain.
Ripe bramble fruit and plum aromas with hints of toasty oak and vanilla. More ripe dark fruits on the palate balanced by juicy acidity, sweet spice, and supple tannins.
From a producer with 100 years of wine heritage, the Paco Mulero wines are produced from vines cultivated in the north-eastern part of Jumilla – on high slopes with poor chalky, sandy soils. Particularly of note are those made from old, low-yielding Monastrell bush vines.
The 100% Monastrell grapes are sourced from bush vines cultivated in the north-east of the Jumilla region, on sandy, chalky soil at around 700m altitude. After hand-harvesting the grapes undergo fermentation in stainless steel, then maturation in French and American oak for around 4 months.
Pairs well with roast meats and rich stews.