Wine Enthusiast October 2023 Issue – Buying Guide

Wine Enthusiast October 2023 Issue – Buying Guide

by Wine Enthusiast We’re proud of our wineries for being selected by Wine Enthusiast to be part of the exclusive Buying Guide October 2023 issue.  November 13, 2023 There’s no such thing as too many gifts. And who doesn’t love a good bottle of wine. Here are a few more last minute holiday gift ideas […]

Wine Enthusiast 90+ Points 2023 for D.O.P. Jumilla Wines

Wine Enthusiast +90 points

by Wine Enthusiast Jumilla wines taking home 90+ scores! Check out these “best buys” in Wine Enthusiast. November 13, 2023 Jumilla wines taking home 90+ scores! Check out these “best buys” in Wine Enthusiast. We’re rounding out 2023 on a high note and with high scores! Check out these 12 wines coming in with 90+ […]

Jumilla Wine: Making Magic with Monastrell

Jumilla - The Swirling Dervish

I was invited to learn more about (and taste) a few wines from Jumilla, a place I have not yet visited and whose wines I knew only from my studies, I was excited to dig in!

Two Affordable Spanish Wine Styles To Satisfy Weeknight Cravings

Jumilla Forbes

Why Try Jumilla Wine?
Jumilla is known for growing Monastrell. This red-skinned variety is called Mourvèdre in France and Mataro in the US, but it’s considered original to this spot in southeastern Spain in the Levante area — a treasure zone of 90+-year-old ungrafted bush-trained vines.

Stop Calling Grenache, Mourvèdre and Carignan, ‘Rhône Varieties’

Stop Calling Them Rhone Varieties

Another internationally used name for Mourvèdre is Mataro, which is used in Australia and California. It is a town on the Mediterranean coast between Valencia and Barcelona. As the fourth-most planted red grape in Spain, it is mainly grown in Alicante, Jumilla, Valencia and Yecla.

Why Jumilla wines are a rock solid investment

Jumilla rock solid investment

The Spanish region of Jumilla is famed for its arid climate and rocky soils. Now, it’s wonderfully gastronomic wines are set to take the on-trade by storm, reports Sarah Neish.