Rex Mundi Shiraz Grenache 2021

Award Winner:

Gilbert & Gaillard International Competition
Gold – 2022

Named after the Cathars’ beastly god of chaos, Rex Mundi has emerged from ancient, gnarled vines in the wilds of southern France. With an inky-dark color and seductively rich, black-fruit flavors, it’s a dangerously delicious red.

Black as night and totally irresistible: Rex Mundi is a decadent, lip-staining discovery. Made from wonderfully intense Grenache and Syrah grapes grown on craggy peaks in southern France, this devilishly tempting gold-medal winner is crafted by the talented Hervé Sabardeil.

It was way down in those inhospitable rocky hills (back in the Middle Ages) that the Cathars lived in awe of the evil god of chaos, Rex Mundi. He corrupted the faithful with promises of earthly’ll succumb, too, after one sip of this dark, spicy red. Look forward to intense blackberry, black cherry and plum, underpinned by peppery spice notes. This is a big, bold, concentrated wine, with velvety tannins and a long finish.

Rex Mundi hails from the Pays d’Oc—one of the oldest wine regions in France, which traces its history back to the fifth century. Its wines offer fruit-rich flavors and a distinct freshness, thanks to the warm sunshine and cool Mediterranean breezes that help grapes ripen to perfection. Rex Mundi is a classic example. This deep, dark red demands an equally rich food pairing. Serve it alongside flavorful meats—from saucy barbecue ribs to roast rack of lamb to your favorite cut of steak, stews and chilis.




Shiraz Based Blend


Southern France