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Rating: 92 Pts Josh Raynolds - Vinous MediaSize:750ML
Region: South Australia Country:Australia
Varietals: Cabernet Sauvignon ABV:14.5%

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92 Pts Josh Raynolds - Vinous Media

"Inky ruby color. Brooding aromas of cherry-cola, licorice, smoky Indian spices and cured tobacco. Deeply concentrated dark berry and bitter cherry flavors are sweetened by notes of vanilla and licorice pastille, and are complemented by a mounting spiciness and an exotic floral quality. More tannic on the finish, which is refreshingly bitter and strongly repeats the spice and cola notes. I'd lose this in the cellar for at least another five years." 92 points - Josh Raynolds - International Wine Cellar

"The 2007 Serpico Cabernet Sauvignon offers up toast, chocolate covered cherries, and mineral notes. Structured and a bit compact, it will round out with a few more years of bottle age but without the generosity normally associated with this cuvee." 91 points - Jay Miller - Wine Advocate

"Serpico is a 100% Cabernet made in the Amarone method which is unique and unmatched, not only in Australia, but the World. The Serpico style is distinctive, elegant and powerfully complex, showing vibrant fresh fruit character in its youth and gaining more complexity as the wine ages."

"Mitolo delivers wines that express purity of varietal flavour, show elegance of structure with soft tannins whilst being rich, powerful and complex. All the grapes are picked on flavour ripeness which contributes to the soft, ripe tannins and vibrant fruit which is a key characteristic of all Mitolo wines. Serpico uses the 100% Amarone winemaking technique of drying the grapes to increase concentration of flavour, mid palate roundness and softness and contributing complexity with silky tannins." -Winery

"The Cabernet comes from the Chinese Block vineyard which is located in the Willunga district at the southern end of McLaren Vale. The grapes are grown on black Biscay clay and hand picked at 13 baume and placed onto 10kg drying racks. Yield is around 2 tonnes an acre (35hl/ha)." -Winery

This was rated 88 points in the Wine Enthusiast, 87 points by the Wine Spectator, and 86 points in James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion.


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