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P125 Mourvedre

8.32 ratings
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Baja California, Mexico
Mourvedre
Pasta, Beef, Chili & Hot Spicy, Hard Cheese, Lamb, Potato, Mushrooms, Salami & Prosciutto, Pork, White Rice, Tomato-Based, Pungent Cheese, Venison, Onion, Shallot, Garlic
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Charine Tan

Mouvedre (aka Bandol from France, Monastrell and Jumilla from Spain) is one of my all-time faves.

P125 is the label name and also stands for Peso 125 (less than USD 7), which was the original price of all the wines made under this label. The wines are now retailing at 150 Peso, but the objective remains: to make wine accessible to the majority and to expose more people to wine.

This Mouvedre starts off with smoke, meat, gravel, and raspberry characteristics, and slowly moves into more dark fruit, black pepper and a hint of rose. It's savoury yet it still holds on to the fruit flavours. The structure and balance are fine. A delicious dinner wine at a great price!

Mouvedre (aka Bandol from France, Monastrell and Jumilla from Spain) is one of my all-time faves.

P125 is the label name and also stands for Peso 125 (less than USD 7), which was the original price of all the wines made under this label. The wines are now retailing at 150 Peso, but the objective remains: to make wine accessible to the majority and to expose more people to wine.

This Mouvedre starts off with smoke, meat, gravel, and raspberry characteristics, and slowly moves into more dark fruit, black pepper and a hint of rose. It's savoury yet it still holds on to the fruit flavours. The structure and balance are fine. A delicious dinner wine at a great price!

Jul 8th, 2016
Pedro Chavelas

Pedro had this 3 years ago

Pedro had this 3 years ago

Sep 16th, 2016