It's a pretty tasty wine for the price.
I really enjoyed this wine. It was full bodied with dark flavors. But I had it a couple of nights ago, so I can't remember the details.
Wine imported by famed wine buyer Jorge Ordonez. Good value.
External Reviews for Wrongo Dongo Mourvedre
Juicy flavors of cherry, black grapes and plums shine in this fresh red, and the light tannins are firm enough to give it structure. Mourvèdre. Drink now.
This chewy red offers juicy cherry and plum flavors against a backdrop of game and chocolate notes. The tannins are ripe and well-integrated, the finish long and peppery. Drink now through 2007.
Hmmmmm... you may be thinking that is one unique name, but it fits this unique red well. Chock full of bright, ripe raspberry and red fruit, with hints of peppercorn and black olives. Juicy and bright, this spicy little number will be your grill's best friend, as it is perfect for your favorite barbecued treats. So next time you are in Premier tell them "Wrongo Dongo" sent you.
Perfectly drinkable Monastrell year after year despite the silly name. Plum and roasted berry aromas and flavors are sweet, ripe, clean and on the generic side of the fence. A little rugged and hot at 15%, but lusty and good for the price.
Inky purple. Ripe dark berry fruits are complemented by smoked meat and dried flowers. Fleshy blackberry and plum flavors display impressive depth and power for this price point, with soft tannins adding support. Gains sweetness on the back and finishes with very good sappy persistence. A remarkable bargain.
The brilliantly packaged 2007 Wrongo Dongo (named in honor of Washington DC legend Jim Arseneault) is 100% Monastrell. Medium ruby-colored, it presents a nose of mineral and earth notes that jump from the glass. Ripe and flavorful, this crowd-pleasing wine will continue to drink well for another two years.