Guide to Rhone Blends

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Mourvedre

Though Mourvèdre is a grape with Spanish roots, where it is known as Monastrell, it is most closely associated with the South of France and the Bandol appelation in particular, where the grape produces rich, powerful wines that retain rustic tannins partnered with dark, wild berry flavors and gamey, leathery nuances. It is also commonly called Mataro in California.

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