Mourvèdre—often called Mataro in Australia—isn't often seen on its own, but this is a solid example. Toast, mint and vanilla notes mark the nose, while dark, plummy fruit comes through on the palate. The tannins are surprisingly soft for the variety, but the wine finishes with crisp acids.
Old Bridge Cellars
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Czerwinski has been a wine journalist, editor and taster for over a decade and is a regular wine panelist, speaker and educator for events and organizations worldwide.