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Di Fabio Mclaren Vale Grenache Shiraz 2014
  • Rich, flavoursome, complex Grenache Shiraz
  • Big, robust McLaren Vale flavour
  • Beautiful with hearty slow-cooked dishes

Di Fabio Mclaren Vale Grenache Shiraz 2014 x12

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Goe di Fabio's dry-grown McLaren Vale vines produce rich, smooth wines that have the ability to be enjoyed young or cellared for a few years to gain extra complexity. This luxurious 2014 vintage is a great representation of the smooth, flavoursome, chocolatey McLaren Vale style.

Wine Region

SOUTH AUSTRALIA-MCLAREN VALE

Drink Until

2022

Varieties

Grenache, Shiraz

Alcohol

14.5%

Foods

Osso bucco or braised lamb shanks.

Oak

Second use French and American oak.

Colour

Deep ruby red with bright red hues.

Nose

Lifted jammy berry fruit intermingled with subtle sweet spice and savoury notes.

Palate

Rich and flavoursome, blackberry and cherry fruit are further complexed by chocolate and spice. Firm but fine tannins and subtle toasty oak lead to a lingering finish.

Background

One of winemaker Goe Di Fabio's warmest childhood memories is of donning rubber boots to help his father stomp the grapes for their homemade red wine. Winemaking is obviously in his blood.Goe was Geoff Merrill's chief winemaker till the year 2000 though he has remained as the company's consultant winemaker, mainly during vintage. He also consults overseas as well and brings years of experience to this, his first own named label.

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