2015 Coriole Mary Kathleen Cabernet Merlot

2015 Coriole Mary Kathleen Cabernet Merlot

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RRP: $65.00 per bottle

$59.99

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$60.99 per single bottle
Bottles
4 payments of $15.25 with More info
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Love it or your money back*
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Expert Reviews

96 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine CompanionMuch could be said about McLaren Vale and its ability or otherwise to get cabernet right but when you taste a wine like this the babble quickly fades and the marvel settles in. Everything is in the right place here, its form high, its flavour and flow impressive in an effortless way. This will mature, gracefully and well, for pretty much as long as you choose.

Tech stuff

Cabernet Merlot
Coriole
McLaren Vale
2015
750ml
Cellar to 2030
Cork

How's it taste?

Bright dark cherry, rosehip, cassis and dark plum. Sweet sage flower perfume and a subtle touch of nutty oak. A rich and bold entry with lashings of dark fruited flavour, blackcurrant and a little dark chocolate, The tannins are plush and lend the wine a richness and depth. Long and full flavoured, this Cabernet will cellar well for up to 20 years.

Who made it?

Coriole was founded by Hugh and Molly Lloyd in 1967, and they released their first wine in 1969. The Estate is still owned by the Lloyd family and is now managed by Mark and Paul Lloyd. Coriole is situated in the undulating hills of the densely planted McLaren Vale region just within sight of the sea and less than an hour from Adelaide. The original farmhouses were built in 1860 and are now the epicentre of the garden and cellar door at the winery. The original vineyards were planted in 1919. The Lloyd family are considered pioneers in the McLaren Vale region, and visionaries in the planting of Italian and French varieties. Long before it was fashionable, Mark Lloyd developed vineyards of Sangiovese, Picpoul, Chenin Blanc, Nero d’Avola, and others, plus of course, Shiraz. They are considered one of the leading lights of the region.

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