RiceSelect's creamy Arborio gets blended with sweet potato, coconut milk and vanilla to create this decadent cheesecake. Pairs well with Saunternes; a white dessert wine that has hints of coconut from aging in oak barrels.
A straightforward black currant and fruity bouquet. For the money ($7.95 at Empire Wine) this one isn’t bad with plenty of jammy blue fruit, a touch of leather and a hint of wintergreen. Not much depth or complexity, but nicely balanced with a short finish. Pretty good cheap bottle of wine. 87.
Plums, dark fruit aromas, and light spicy, peppery notes on the nose, silky texture.
I am more than pleased with this wine given its low price range and my love of Mourvèdre. It tastes great with anything "gamey" or grilled. Normally I drink Panarroz on its own, but I especially enjoyed it with garlic tilapia--something I really did not expect!
Big juicy Spanish wine. Really nicely balanced, with lots of cherry and a hint of chocolate. Very pleasant and drinkable. Terrific bargain at $10.
Fig and Red Licorice on the nose, ruby red in the glass. Hint of the red fruit at the beginning and then dry, leather and soft tobacco on the back end. Slightly throat numbing with a definate taste of fig on the aftertaste.
great Spanish dry wine. Joven class. Color: rubin. Aroma: fruits with accent of black pepper. Tasted great withpasta and some grilled meat. Robert Parker: 90 points.
External Reviews for Panarroz Mourvedre Blend Jumilla Panarroz
Panarroz is the classic Spanish super value- costs $12, tastes like $25. Since the first vintage in 2003 wine lovers have been lining up for this lush, ripe red that shows character, versatility and value. This 2010 is a plush blend of 60% Monastrell, 30% Syrah and 10% Garnacha, but the secret to this wine's complexity is the low yields of the 30 year old Monastrell vines. Averaging just over 2 tons per acre this concentrated, rich fruit brings a dense core of dark plummy fruit and peppery spice. With a supple, silky texture and mouthfeel, Panarroz is easy to match with your favorite foods while the price makes it easy to enjoy on an every day basis.
A blend of Mourvedre, Grenache, and Syrah, the 2010 Panarroz is a wonderful value. This youthful, unoaked blend offers plenty of plummy, dark fruit aromas, with light spicy, peppery notes, and bold fruit and a silky texture on the palate.
"An amazing value from one of Spain's hottest wine regions! A blend of Mourvedre, Grenache, and Syrah, this unoaked Mediterranean red offers plummy, blackberry aromas, with spicy, peppery notes. Bold fruit and silky tannins on the palate. Perfect with grilled meats or vegetables!" -Importer
An amazing bargain from Spain, this blend of mourv�dre, grenache, and syrah bursts with plum, blackberry, and licorice-infused fruit. There is a bit of pepper as well, and the wine is silky, soft, and opulent. Serve it at a barbecue.
Leather-laced black fruits. Big, spicy, reveals loads of depth, and a rusticity that screams out for barbequed steaks. It's also a great match for stews and roasts. A great little bottle.
Food Pairings for Panarroz Mourvedre Blend Jumilla Panarroz
Spicy Salmon & Avocado Tower
Coconut Rice Sweet Potato Cheesecake
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