Mataro is also known as Mourvedre apparently…. Very dark and enticing purple in the glass. On the nose there is lush blackberry, currant, oak. On the palate it is straight up delicious. Loads of black fruit, entwined with cloves, bramble and very subtle tannins. The mouthfeel of this wine is phenomenal, very balanced and not overly dry nor acidic. The mid palate shows off some sage brush alongside iodine with the friendly tannins running as well. On the finish it starts to dry up a touch as the grip of the tannins kicks it up just a small notch. Blackberry, Lapsang Souchong tea and that earthy brush are the main components of the medium length finish. This is a really nice drop to drink now or cellar till 2027. 92 points and 5 stars for this $20 wine. Salut….