The Serafino Story
The Serafino story began in 1964 when Steve (Serafino) Maglieri arrived in Australia from Italy as a passionate teenager full of dreams. Two years later, with the assistance of his father Giovanni, he planted his first vines in McLaren Vale that now extends to 350 acres, laying the foundation of a winemaking dynasty that today is known as Serafino Wines and overseen by his daughter, Maria. From the beginning, Steve and his father worked from dawn to dusk seven days a week to produce wines of such outstanding quality that it wasn’t long before the accolades began to flow.
Why's this wine for you?

The Serafino brand has long been a favourite of ours here at The Wine Collective.

Steve (Serafino) Maglieri famously arrived in Australia circa 1968 with nothing to his name and has worked hard for decades, amassing over 300 acres of vineyards. Over that time, he's also built a reputation for crafting Vale classics - is the Sharktooth Chardonnay one of them? We certainly think so.

If you’re one of those who have been lamenting the lack of rich, oak-influenced Chardy. Think bold stone-fruit, in a rich full bodied style. Your butter is there with creamy citrus and baking spice, vanilla and honeycomb. Textural, generous but with a good line of acidity, it’s a much warmer and cuddlier wine than its name would suggest.

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$30.99 per bottle

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The Brief
Net Volume
Sweet Very Dry
Wine Scale 3
How's it taste?
Big rich full bodied style, buttery / butterscotch, fig, with lemon curd and a solid back bone of nutmeg and French oak nuances. Mouth watering texture with everlasting flavours.
How was it made?
Fruit is harvested at varying degrees of ripeness to instill depth and complexity. During pressing the French Oak barrels are filled directly from the press via gravity. These barrels are allowed to go through wild fermentation in the cellar where a secondary malolactic ferment is encouraged.
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