Saying a Jumilla wine is tannic and muscular is like saying Donald Trump is brash: it is taken for granted. It’s what else is in the bottle that counts.
The Fuerza offers up zesty red fruit and garrigue that add balance. Plenty of oak lactones to turn up the pizzaz in the rabble-rousing finish. Monastrell with a sizable amount of Cabernet Sauvignon (25%).
Decant for an hour and serve with a giant hunk of meat, preferably cooked over a camp fire.