- Chris B
Lovely herby nose and then a big wallop of raspberries, plums, quinces and various peppery spices. Ample tannins mean this will face mutton, goat and venison and yet it is mellow enough to drink alone. Sadly I only bought a case of this 2014 so need return for more. Calais wine superstore at it's best!
Amazing value at £2 and similar to Cotes du Rhone
- David Simpson
I was advised in-store that Mataro is just another name for Mourvèdre and that it is this grape that gives the wine a high alcohol content. But don't let this put you off - this is a soft, rounded Rhone style wine, very drinkable and goes well with meat.
Potent yet versatile