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Jumilla: Ancient Tradition and Intense Flavour

The Jumilla wine region, located in southeastern Spain, is one of the hidden gems of Iberian viticulture. With a history dating back to Roman times, Jumilla has established itself as an emblem of Mediterranean wine, especially known for its star varietal, Monastrell.

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Jumilla

Jumilla: Ancient Tradition and Intense Flavour

The Jumilla wine region, located in southeastern Spain, is one of the hidden gems of Iberian viticulture. With a history dating back to Roman times, Jumilla has established itself as an emblem of Mediterranean wine, especially known for its star varietal, Monastrell.

Jumilla was one of the wine-producing regions that during the 1990s became fully involved in the modern era of Spanish wines. Ways began to be found of improving the vineyards; new wine-making techniques were adopted and young, enthusiastic oenologists transformed the region, with their revolutionary ideas helping to fulfil its potential. Today these wines are at the top of the country's most exported list and their quality is well-known all over the world.

Personality and Character

The continental climate, with its hot summers and cold winters, together with limestone and sandy soils, gives Jumilla wines a distinctive character. These wines are characterised by their depth, intensity and fruity notes, complemented by an excellent tannic structure.

One of the main reasons for this new age is the local red Monastrell grape variety which, responding to careful attention in the vineyard and prudent treatment in the bodega, produces well-structured, flavoursome and meaty wines with definite personality. Always using this indigenous grape as a starting point and with the intention of making certain wines more complex, in recent years international varieties like Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot have been incorporated into the vineyards.

Land of Contrasts

Jumilla's vineyards, which range from high plateaus to sheltered valleys, reflect a geographical diversity that translates into a wide range of wines, from robust, energetic reds to fresh, aromatic whites.

Located in the far southeast of the country and midway between the La Mancha plateau and Murcia, the region's lands are divided between the south of Albacete province and the north of Murcia. Despite this being an inland area lying away from the coast, the climate is Mediterranean with some continental influences in Albacete. Arid-looking, the soil is brownish-grey limestone and poor in organic material.

Best of Jumilla Selection

We are proud to present you with a curated selection of the best wines from Jumilla. Each bottle has been chosen to represent the richness and diversity of this unique wine region.