Adelina Shiraz Mataro 2016

Less Mataro in the mix this year, with a 70/30 ratio in favour of Shiraz. The Shiraz is mainly 1890s and 1930s plantings. You’re getting a lot of pedigree here for not a lot of money, not least the formidable winemaking skills of perky-faced winemaker Col McBryde, and partner Jen Gardiner (who I’ve not met, so can’t comment on possession of perky-face, or not). 4,950 bottles produced. Only used oak.

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Tasted : Aug17
Alcohol : 14.2%
Price : $30
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2018 - 2030+
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