Red Wine Casa de la Ermita Idílico 2010

Red wine, blend of Monastrell and Petit Verdot from Jumilla aged for 13 months in French and American oak barrels.
Crianza. 13 Months in French and American oak barrels
Percentage of Alcohol: 14º
Bottle size: 75 cl
D.O.: Jumilla
Grapes Varieties: Monastrell, Petit Verdot,
Wineries: Casa de la Ermita
ñ 89 91 90

Availability: In stock

Product Description

This red wine from Jumilla, Spain, is an aged Spanish red wine made from a very special combination of grape varieties.

This wine is crafted from 35% Monastrell vines, harvested from 70 year-old vineyards, along with 65% Petit Verdot vines situated at elevations over 700 meters.

After a meticulous vinification, the wine was aged for 13 months. The Monastrell was aged in American oak barrels and the Petit Verdot in French ones.

Finally, Casa de la Ermita Idílico 2010 was aged for a further 18 months in the cellar before its release.

Drink this wine of the Casa de la Ermita winery over the next 5-7 years.

Decant 1 hour before drinking.

Additional Information
Additional Information

Crimson red colour wine a violet hue at the rim.


Aromas of Mediterranean character, namely underbrush, dry earth, wild berries, flowers, laurel, clove and balsam.


The palate of this wine has a pleasant attack apon its entry that is slightly sweet and very typical of a Monastrell varietal wine. Bold and silky-textured, with concentrated tannins that are present but elegant. The aftertaste is long and leaves remembrances of black fruits, cocoa, menthol and blue flowers.

Our personal opinion

Casa de la Ermita Idílico 2010 is a wine whose elegance and character will please our customers.


Casa de la Ermita Idílico 2008;

Equal blend of Monastrell & Petit Verdot. Peñín 87.

Year 2010
Type Red
D.O. Jumilla
Bottle size 75 cl
Serving tempurature 15-17ºC
Should this wine be decanted? One hour before serving
Ageing Crianza
Type of ageing Months in French and American oak barrels
Number of months aged in Barrels 13
Peñin Score 89
Enterwine's Score 91
Media rating 90
Percentage of variety Petit Verdot: 65%, Monastrell: 35%.
Pairings Aperitif, Birds, Cooked foods, Grilled red meats, Meat and vegitables, Poultry, Rice with meat, Roasted red meats, Rosted piglet, Sheep´s cheese, Soup and rice, Stews, Vegetables
Taste Silky and intense, Tasty with barrel notes
Occasion Barbecue, Business dinner, Dinner with friends, Family reunion, Romantic Dinner, To bring to an engagement
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