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CAE0416RW
Casa de la Ermita
Crianza
2016
Jumilla
Conventional winemaking

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DO Jumilla, in the heart of Murcia and deep into southern Spain, managed to avoid the phylloxera plague in the 19th century where it became an important Spanish and international wine region. It is the home of the Monastrell (Mourvedre) variety and as the land transitions from the Mediterranean coast to the central Spanish plains, it's ripens easily, giving punchy powerful black fruit, big tannins and high alcohol. The climate is most definitely continental with very little rainfall through the year though is tempered somewhat by the Mediterranean and altitude further inland. 30 years ago much of the land under vines was uprooted and replanted to make way for a international varieties which grow well and are often used in blends. It follows the same standardised labelling rules as in Rioja.

Casa de la Ermita is a French “château” style house in the heart of baking hot Jumilla. With its vineyards situated at some 700 meters above sea level, the winery and its vines are found inside the “El Carche” National Park - a protected area of beauty. Founded in 1997 with their first vintage released in 1999 the winery strictly follows their philosophy to craft wine in the most natural way possible, respecting both the environment and their ancient Jumilla tradition of wine making. This winery was the first winery in Jumilla to produce organic wines.

Tasting note: Ripe blackcurrant; black fruit; black cherry; perfumed. Heat and Monastrell power. Smooth; soft; and fruity; good spice and acidity. Juicy blueberry; dried herbs fresh liquorice stick and a clean aromatic finish with defined tannins.
Winemaking Detail: Traditional winemaking
Features Blackcurrant Power Chocolate Spicy Dark

Features Blackcurrant, Chocolate, Dark, Power, Rich, Spicy,
Tasting note Ripe blackcurrant, black fruit, black cherry, perfumed. Heat and Monastrell power. Smooth, soft, and fruity, good spice and acidity. Juicy blueberry, dried herbs fresh liquorice stick and a clean aromatic finish with defined tannins.
Drink with
Casseroles, Chipolatas, Roast beef,

Wine details

Country Spain
Region Jumilla
Producer Casa de la Ermita
Wine Name Crianza
Style Red
Vintage 2016
Main Grape Monastell
Other Grapes 25% Tempranillo; 15% Cabernet Sauvignon
Size 6 x 75cl
Closure Cork
A.B.V. 14%
Production 180000
Aging 9 months in American and French oak
Soil Dark rocky soils; sandy
Time to drink Now - 2021
Winemaking Detail Traditional winemaking

CAE0416RW
Casa de la Ermita
Crianza
2016
Jumilla
Conventional winemaking

DO Jumilla, in the heart of Murcia and deep into southern Spain, managed to avoid the phylloxera plague in the 19th century where it became an important Spanish and international wine region. It is the home of the Monastrell (Mourvedre) variety and as the land transitions from the Mediterranean coast to the central Spanish plains, it's ripens easily, giving punchy powerful black fruit, big tannins and high alcohol. The climate is most definitely continental with very little rainfall through the year though is tempered somewhat by the Mediterranean and altitude further inland. 30 years ago much of the land under vines was uprooted and replanted to make way for a international varieties which grow well and are often used in blends. It follows the same standardised labelling rules as in Rioja.

Casa de la Ermita is a French “château” style house in the heart of baking hot Jumilla. With its vineyards situated at some 700 meters above sea level, the winery and its vines are found inside the “El Carche” National Park - a protected area of beauty. Founded in 1997 with their first vintage released in 1999 the winery strictly follows their philosophy to craft wine in the most natural way possible, respecting both the environment and their ancient Jumilla tradition of wine making. This winery was the first winery in Jumilla to produce organic wines.

Tasting note: Ripe blackcurrant; black fruit; black cherry; perfumed. Heat and Monastrell power. Smooth; soft; and fruity; good spice and acidity. Juicy blueberry; dried herbs fresh liquorice stick and a clean aromatic finish with defined tannins.
Winemaking Detail: Traditional winemaking
Features Blackcurrant Power Chocolate Spicy Dark

Features Blackcurrant, Chocolate, Dark, Power, Rich, Spicy,
Tasting note Ripe blackcurrant, black fruit, black cherry, perfumed. Heat and Monastrell power. Smooth, soft, and fruity, good spice and acidity. Juicy blueberry, dried herbs fresh liquorice stick and a clean aromatic finish with defined tannins.
Drink with
Casseroles, Chipolatas, Roast beef,

Wine details

Country Spain
Region Jumilla
Producer Casa de la Ermita
Wine Name Crianza
Style Red
Vintage 2016
Main Grape Monastell
Other Grapes 25% Tempranillo; 15% Cabernet Sauvignon
Size 6 x 75cl
Closure Cork
A.B.V. 14%
Production 180000
Aging 9 months in American and French oak
Soil Dark rocky soils; sandy
Time to drink Now - 2021
Winemaking Detail Traditional winemaking