Rex Mundi is a sumptuous red that fires the senses – a devilishly delicious blend of spice laden, lip staining Shiraz and plummy Grenache from the rugged Roussillon region. A thrilling medal winner for lovers of exceedingly dense, fruit rich reds.
"Smooth, deep flavour, easy drinking. We love this wine. Ordered again and again"
Online Review For the 2017 vintage
This irresistible black beauty is made from fabulously intense Shiraz and Grenache grapes grown on the craggy hillsides of France’s Roussillon region. Look up from the vines and you will see ruins of castles perching precariously on rocky peaks. This inhospitable landscape and these ancient strongholds were home to medieval Cathars who lived in awe of evil god Rex Mundi (‘King of the World’). He corrupted the faithful with promises of earthly pleasures and the forbidden delights of mortal flesh. Don’t even try to resist, just sip and enjoy this lusciously ripe, juicy marriage of liquorice scented Shiraz and lush, silken Grenache. Gloriously easy to quaff on its own, it also goes well with barbecued meats, Cajun chicken or lamb chops.
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Awards and Accolades
Concours des Vins Lyon,
Medal - Guide Gilbert & Gaillard,
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