Mourvèdre

Mourvèdre (lang), Mataró (lang) or Monastrell (lang) is wine grape variety used to make both strong, dark red wines and rosés. It is an international variety grown in many regions around the world. Mourvèdre produces tannic wines that can be high in alcohol, and is most successful in Rhone-style blends. It has a particular affinity for Grenach
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mourvèdre

Mourvedre

A robust Mediterranean grape widely grown in the southern Rhone region of France, Spain, and in limited acreages of California. Used for color and body in red blends. Often called the Mataro in California, where it sometimes is known to develop an herbal, or 'animale' character. Known as Monastrell in Spain.
Found on http://www.chowbaby.com/10_2000/glossary/glossary.html?synchpage=12&Z=55017

Mourvèdre

Where it comes from: Sexy red grape variety from the south of France, now very trendy. Flavour profile: Makes dark, herby, meaty, gamey wines with flavours of blackcurrant and spice. Where to find it: Mourvèdre plays its starring role in the Provencale appellation of Bandol, but it is also common in other southern French regions, where is used to
Found on http://www.surf4wine.co.uk/glossary.html

Mourvedre

Also known as Mataro, this is a Rhone grape used as a blending grape as well as in some varietal bottlings.
Found on http://www.winetasting.com/Glossary
No exact match found