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Coriole Sangiovese 2015

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Coriole Sangiovese 2015

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McLaren Vale winery Coriole was the first to plant sangiovese in Australia, and have a strong Italian connection to this day, with Barbera and Nebbiolo also in their range. This is my pick from the current releases, just ahead of the Barbera. There's leathery dark fruit, with some sour cherry and chocolate flavours. Good on its own but even better with food. Top value. Rick Allen - Parramatta Advertiser


 


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Mark Lloyd's Italian varieties offer a flavour world far removed our usual menu of shiraz, cabernet and pinot noir. The limpid sangiovese appeals for its medium body, savoury flavours and taut, grippy tannins such a good combination with char-grilled meat of all kinds. The barbera startles with its vivid crimson colour and high-toned aroma - always reminiscent of summer berries, but in this warm vintage resembling very ripe mulberries. The palate is soft and round, but not without a tannic twist to finish. The deceptively pale nebbiolo offers deep, earthy flavours, tightly bound with firm, lingering, drying tannins. Chris Shanahan - Canberra Times




McLaren Vale winery Coriole pioneered this Italian variety in Australia first planting the Tuscan grape back in 1985, long before just about anyone else had thought of the idea. They were well ahead of fashionability curve. This is the 23rd vintage of their sangiovese, a dependably good choice to pair with Italian dishes, or roast meats. It's savoury and silky with sweet cherry aromas and nicely restrained on the palate with plenty of length, nice balance and soft tannins. - Sunday Examiner (Launceston, Tasmania)




McLaren Vale winery Coriole was the first to plant sangiovese in Australia, and have a strong Italian connection to this day, with Barbera and Nebbiolo also in their range. This is my pick from the current releases, just ahead of the Barbera. There's leathery dark fruit, with some sour cherry and chocolate flavours. Good on its own but even better with food. Top value. Rick Allen - Parramatta Advertiser


 


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