Freedom Mourvedre

(9 customer reviews)


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Mourvedre is a drought-hardy, robust red Mediterranean grape that can produce delicious, easy drinking rose and red wines if not over cropped. Originally planted as a blending option with Shiraz, we have found that straight Mourvedre is a great “summer red” that can be served chilled with a wide variety of matching foods.

Vibrant crimson in colour, with a sweet earthy nose and flavours of sour cherry and dark plum with light and juicy tannins to follow.

The wine was fermented on skins for 6 days at 22 degrees C using traditional open top fermenters, hand punchdown and pump-over, and a yeast strain guaranteed not to produce sulfites. After malolactic fermentation the wine was matured briefly in steel tank prior to hand-bottling without fining, and with a light filtration.

Vintage: 2021
Sulfites: Zero
Alcohol: 12.7%
Vintage: 2021
Production: 200 doz
Bottled: June 2021
Blend: Mourvedre 100%
Sulfites: Zero
Yeast: sulfite-free commercial
Maturation: Steel tank
Fining: No
Filtration: Light
Label art: Florence Statham
Winemaker: Sam Statham

9 reviews for Freedom Mourvedre

  1. Linda Logan

  2. miyuu

    A very nice drop. I’m no wine buff, but this is a lovely wine.

  3. Anna Koorey

  4. Jocelyn

    My family and I all love this wine since we first tasted it at your property earlier this year and the second batch we bought did not let us down at all. Will get some more in the near future.

  5. Tony Chappel

  6. John G.

  7. Anna Koorey

    Always great!

  8. Jessica Keys

    Delicious and very easy to drink.

  9. Sam Statham

    Best Value Buys Under $20
    2018 Rosnay Freedom Mourvedre,
    Canowindra, A$20

    “From the Statham family’s organic farm – boasting vineyards, olive groves and fig orchards – in New South Wales’ central west, this bold red wine has been produced and bottled with no added preservatives. Its a fairly chunky 15% alcohol, best paired with something rich and meaty and slow-cooked, but mourvedre’s wild spicy aromatics and fine-but-grippy, savoury tannins keep the wine lively and bright on the tongue.”
    Max Allen, Gourmet Traveller Wine April 2019

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