Indicative blend: Some vintages include Tempranillo and Shiraz
Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $20
Mourvedre (Monastrell in its native Spain, Mataro in Australia and California) is a black-skinned variety that has been grown in vineyards all around the western Mediterranean for centuries. Thought to have originated in Spain, it is now grown extensively throughout the Iberian Peninsula, southern France, California and South Australia.
Mourvedre likes warm, dry climates and has small, thick-skinned berries – the textbook combination for making wines with intense color and high ... more
Broke Fordwich is an official sub-region of the lower Hunter Valley wine region in eastern Australia. Named after two towns on the Hunter river in New South Wales, the Broke Fordwich GI (Geographical Indication) was made official in September 1997, and covers an 'L' shape stretching 20 miles (32km) from north to south and 10 miles (16km) from east to west. The land in question follows the course of the Wollombi Brook, which flows northwards towards Broke and Fordwich from the hills of the Great Dividing Range.
The sub-region was granted its own GI on the basis of its particular soil makeup, and the ... more
The Hunter Valley is unquestionably the best-known and most highly prized wine region in New South Wales. The area is of significant historical importance to the Australian wine industry, which effectively started there. It was home to James Busby, the 'godfather' of viticulture in both Australia and New Zealand. Busby's ... more
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