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Mitolo Wines

Angela Shiraz

Angela Shiraz


Bright flavours of raspberry and cedar wood, our Angela has a real energy thanks to lively acidity and freshness.

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/ 2014 Vintage
SKU: Angela
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Deep, full aromatics of plum, blackcurrant and lovely earthy characters of mint, ground coffee beans and dark chocolate. Earthy, blackberry and choc-mint flavours are beautifully balanced with soft acidity and grippy, savoury structure.

McLaren vale
two to six years
Food Pairing Notes
Braised rabbit pappardelle - slow cooked rabbit served with ribbon pasta
Vineyard Notes
We source the Shiraz fruit for this wine from Sandra’s block, located at the southern end of McLaren Vale near the seaside town of Willunga. The soil and geology of this block differ slightly with less black Biscay clay and more alluvial Christies Beach formation. This soil type contains rocky fragments that have been sheared off the nearby hills and deposited in this soil millions of years ago, it is free draining, resulting in less vigour over spring and more content vines in the ripening period. This leads to a bright and uplifted wine style whilst retaining signature Mitolo Shiraz softness. VINE AGE: 30+ years ELEVATION: 25m above sea level SOIL TYPE: Black Biscay Clay
Winemaker Notes
Shiraz for Angela is destemmed and crushed gently then pumped over once daily for around ten days. The ferment was kept cool throughout in an attempt to extract the tannin, colour and flavour very softly and to hold onto the pure fruit characters that are a signature for Mitolo. The wine was kept in a combination of new (~10%) and one and two-year-old barrels, mainly of French origin, for 18 months before being blended. The final blend is clarified by racking only, and bottled without fining or filtration. HARVEST DATE: March 2014 MATURATION: French Oak: 90% used, 10% new. 18 months. ALCOHOL (Alc/Vol): 14.5% RS: 4.1G/L pH: 3.50 TA: 6.7 g/L