Chopo

Jumilla Monastrell

8.84 ratings
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Jumilla, Murcia, Spain
Monastrell
Top Notes For
Will Gray

Very good for a $10 red. Violets and ripe red fruit, nice acidity. Drank alone as a sipper.

Very good for a $10 red. Violets and ripe red fruit, nice acidity. Drank alone as a sipper.

Dec 29th, 2020
Jeffrey Woo

Medium ruby hue. Aromas and flavors of cherry, oak, plum, and strawberry. Medium body; medium tannins; and medium acidity. Fresh and fruity on the nose and palate, with a medium-length finish. An atypical Monastrell/Mourvedre, that is, fruit-forward and relatively soft. Bonus points for QPR.

Medium ruby hue. Aromas and flavors of cherry, oak, plum, and strawberry. Medium body; medium tannins; and medium acidity. Fresh and fruity on the nose and palate, with a medium-length finish. An atypical Monastrell/Mourvedre, that is, fruit-forward and relatively soft. Bonus points for QPR.

Sep 27th, 2020
Kevin Løk

Trap me in the Chopo House any time. 100% Monastrell — aka Mourvèdre to you Freedom Fries lovers out there — which is the fifth-most planted grape variety in Spain these days per Jancis Robinson et al (h/t @Brendan Devine). Medium-plus acidity, bright black and purple fruits, downright Montepulciano vibes. Definitely looking like a re-buy next time I cross state lines.

Trap me in the Chopo House any time. 100% Monastrell — aka Mourvèdre to you Freedom Fries lovers out there — which is the fifth-most planted grape variety in Spain these days per Jancis Robinson et al (h/t @Brendan Devine). Medium-plus acidity, bright black and purple fruits, downright Montepulciano vibes. Definitely looking like a re-buy next time I cross state lines.

Jul 7th, 2020
Jeremy Autry

Not as big and bold as other Monastrells from Jumilla. However, nice for the price. Smooth but thin and tart.

Not as big and bold as other Monastrells from Jumilla. However, nice for the price. Smooth but thin and tart.

May 2nd, 2020