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Is mourvedre vegan?

Mourvedre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mourvedre?

Mourvèdre is a red grape variety widely cultivated in France, Spain, and Australia. It's also known by other names, such as Monastrell and Mataro. Mourvèdre grapes are small, thick-skinned, and high in tannins, making them ideal for producing full-bodied and complex wines. The wine produced from Mourvèdre grapes is usually dark and spicy, with flavors of blackberry, plum, and gamey notes. Mourvèdre is often used in blends with other varieties, such as Grenache and Syrah, to add depth and structure to the wine. Its versatility in different winemaking styles has made it a favorite among winemakers around the world.

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