£12.95 per bottle
Coriole’s Sangiovese Shiraz has an alluring nose of spiced plum and mulberry with wild thyme and liquorice notes. The palate is fresh and lively, showing more red fruit with some lovely cherry, blackberry and savoury spice characters. The wine is persistent and concentrated with long lingering flavours.
Winemaker’s Notes: “Molly’s Garden is reference to the beautiful gardens around Coriole established by my grandmother, Mary Kathleen “Molly” Lloyd, and tended to today by my aunt, Ann. We have blended two of our most established varieties for this wine, shiraz and sangiovese. It is a great way to experience the soft plushness of shiraz along with the complimentary savoury characters of sangiovese. A fantastic all-rounder.”
Food pairing: This wine comes alive with tomato based dishes, particularly salami pizza with fresh torn basil. It goes equally well with Roast duck with sweet spiced Satsuma plum sauce and blanched Asian greens.
Shiraz has long been Coriole’s principle variety and was first planted on the estate in 1919. Sangiovese vines were planted at Coriole in 1983 and we now have the oldest Sangiovese vineyards in the country. These two varieties blend harmoniously together to create a truly unique and proudly Australian blend. Shiraz provides richness and concentration and Sangiovese provides beautiful red fruit and savoury texture.
Alcohol: 14.1% ABV
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