Monastrell, also known internationally as Mourvèdre, finds its roots in the sun-drenched regions of Spain. This grape variety flourishes under warm climates, resulting in wines that are robust and brimming with character. With a dark, almost inky hue, Monastrell wines captivate the senses with notes of dark fruits, such as plums and blackberries, harmoniously balanced by hints of spice and earthiness. This wine is not just about its intense flavors; its history is equally intriguing. The grape's journey can be traced back to ancient Phoenician settlements, making it one of the oldest known varieties. Over time, as it spread across various regions, each area imparted its unique touch, enriching the Monastrell narrative. With such a storied past and a palate that resonates depth, it's no wonder wine enthusiasts hold Monastrell wines in high esteem.