Mitolo Wines 2017 Savitar Shiraz (6 Bottles) McLaren Vale

by Winestock

$433.00 GST Included


Rich, layered, powerful, complex, elegant.

Immense lift, the aromatics are an incredibly intense amalgam of blackcurrant, menthol, liquorice and cedar oak. The palate shows a hugely complex flavour profile befitting of its pedigree. Characters of black fruits, dried herbs, and earthy tones of liquorice and savoury leather.

Like the G.A.M. Shiraz, the fruit for Savitar comes from the Lopresti vineyard, and more specifically the Chinese Block, which is located at the southern end of McLaren Vale, about 4km east of the coastal town of Port Willunga. The Savitar grapes come from one tiny section of this block: a particularly unforgiving, rocky patch of soil in the north eastern corner. Here, the vines are naturally pushed very hard, producing low yields of fruit. The berries are tiny but well-structured and packed full of flavour.

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“Mitolo are all about family and friends. A table served with food, and wine made with passion and love; this is the ‘essence’ of Mitolo.” – Frank Mitolo.

The Mitolo heritage runs strongly through the range using Italian varietals and techniques, and at the heart of if all, in the wine style and in the people is the motto that the Mitolo’s brought from Abruzzo… ‘forte a gentile’ meaning strong and gentle.


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