I love the Andremily Syrah, but this was my first time trying the Mourvedre. It was sensational. It does contain 14% Syrah. Inky purple in color. The nose is great with grilled meats and slightly gamey meats (a good thing) along with black pepper, lavender and spice. On the palate, this has a lush wonderful texture. Plenty of acidity behind the fruit. Very primary today. Consumed over a few days, there really wasn't much difference. Lots of black raspberry fruit with some black cherries and an underlying earthiness. This will certainly take at least five and closer to ten years to show its full stuff and be good for a decade or more after that. It drinks wonderfully on its own now but will need some time to really have some synergy with food. For now, it will need big stews and roasted dishes.
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