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Mitolo Reiver Shiraz 2013 (6 Bottles)

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Very Limited Stock! A Barossa King

Frank Mitolo, our favourite Italian-flavoured McLaren Vale local, is known for his cult wines: amazingly concentrated, powerful, cellar-worthy reds. And this is a top of the line Shiraz that’d would normally retail for just under $60 a bottle.

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  • 91 - James Halliday
  • From one of our all-time favourite makers
  • But it’s BAROSSA this time from Mitolo

The name ‘Reiver’ is taken from the border raiders of the Anglo-Scot borders. Throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries the border country was ravaged by lawless Reiver families in a vicious cycle of raid, reprisal and blood feud. For Frank Mitolo this name represents his decision to move outside McLaren Vale and ‘raid’ the ‘border’ of the Barossa Valley in a bid to source some of their finest fruit, with the intension of creating a quintessential Barossa Valley Shiraz.

Tasting Notes

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Barossa Valley
Aged in fine grained oak, predominantly hogsheads (70% new: 80% French and 20% French coopered American) for 18 months
Deep garnet red
Brooding nose of blackberry, plum and liquorice with hints of cedary spice.
Full flavoured and velvety, Reiver is quintessential Barossa Shiraz. It truly sings of its origins with the deeper fruit profile complemented by more savoury liquorice notes and fine oak.
Winery Information
Fruit for Reiver comes from a single vineyard site near Greenock, in the northern stretch of the Barossa Valley. The climate here is classified as continental, with warm to hot days and cool nights. The vineyard soils are free draining loam over ironstone, and the average vine age is around sixty years.

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"Stunning Barossa Shiraz"

Vintage: 2013

Having finished all my stocks of the famed 2007 Reiver, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this young one. And whilst my preference is to let it age for another 5-10 years, I doubt very much it's going to last in my cellar that long. It is spicy and complex, and with some breathing becomes even smoother and almost calming. I just love it, will find cellaring it so so difficult.

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