100% Monstrell, aka Mourvèdre or Mataro. Consumed over 2 days, and certainly profited from some air time. Initially dusty and earthy, with blackfruits and plums, cinnamon, star anise, camphor and a bit of tar. The palate is also dusty and dry, with some red fruits poking out, dried meats, tobacco leaf, blackberry liquor and smoky earth. There is an impressive depth of flavour, solid and masculine, though not terribly refined. The tannins built over the next 5 or 6 hours, and then the next day it had settled to show dried meats and almost meaty fruits, chewy tannins, a dry savoury length and some sour cherries on the finish. Good value and an interesting example of the varietal; but a toothpick will be required to remove excess tannins from between your teeth.