Wines from Jumilla in southern Spain bagged an impressive haul of medals in db‘s global Masters competitions. Here’s why the region’s wines are hitting the spot.
Share some liquid love this Valentine’s Day with a delicious, but thoroughly unique bottle of wine – one that hails from an emerging wine region or a showcases a lesser-known varietal. Katie Kelly Bell, Jan 30, 2023,11:08am EST Parajes del Valle, Monastrell, 2021 Grown in the Jumilla region of Spain, which is home to Europe’s […]
Here the main grape is Monastrell, a rich, juicy red variety which fans of wines from the Rhône Valley will recognize as Mourvèdre and our Australian friends may know better as Mataro. With a winemaking history stretching back 5,000 years, as evidenced by archeological finds including the oldest vitis vinifera seeds found in Europe; the highest percentage of organic vineyards of any region in the world; and a signature grape variety that produces wines brimming with both power and finesse, you would think that Jumilla would have an easy time making its way in the modern wine world.
BY WINE ENTHUSIAST 8 Spanish Red Wines From a Region That Often Flies Under the Radar. Summer is here, so it’s time to fire up the grill. Here are some of our favorite Spanish red wines that will go with whatever you’re cooking. When you buy something using retail links in our stories, we may […]
Many of Jumilla’s wines are relatively inexpensive and
offer outstanding quality for the price. There are also
higher priced wines that rank among Spain’s finest. For
both consumers looking for value and connoisseurs looking
for special, high-quality wines, Jumilla’s Monastrell should
be a wine of choice.
by i-winereview.com Gastronomia Jumillana is savory and honest country cuisine. It pairs well with the earthy, fruit wines made from Monastrell. Some of the local dishes described below are unlikely to be found in restaurants outside Jumilla. Don February 4, 2022 Some of the local dishes described below are unlikely to be found in restaurants outside […]
Many grape varieties grow in the Spanish wine region of Jumilla, but one variety stands above them all: Monastrell (aka Mourvédre). Today, the indigenous grape is known as the Queen of Jumilla, capable of producing single-varietal wines of great finesse and complexity—but it wasn’t always this way.
by thewineknitter.com In association with DO Jumilla. It was another bumpy ride this past year, with many of us feeling as though we were on an endless roller coaster ride. So as we usher in the New Year, let’s be optimistic and forge ahead by embracing new adventures, tackling our bucket lists, and celebrating one another! Be […]
by Santé Magazine In association with DO Jumilla. Did you know that Spain is ranked as the number one country in the world with the most area of cultivated grape vineyards? And when it comes to wine regions and varieties of wine produced here, there is no shortage of topics to write about. Spain is […]
by Pull That Cork.com Monastrell, called Mourvèdre and Mataro elsewhere in the wine world, comprises more than 75% of plantings in the dry, inland wine region of Jumilla located in Spain’s southeast corner. And Jumilla is home to Europe’s largest planting of ungrafted 90-year-old bush vines. Written by Nancy (CSW) September 8, 2021 What better way […]