2017 Coriole "Dancing Fig" Mourvèdre-Grenache-Syrah McLaren Vale

SKU #1432682 94 points James Halliday

 A blend of mourvedre, grenache and shiraz, the percentages unspecified, matured in used oak for 10 months. There are some lovely flavours outside the MGS blends, here black flavours dance with a sultry/savoury abandon, leaving a vaguely lemony taste on the side of the tongue.  (1/2019)

90 points James Suckling

 Coriole do medium-bodied reds very well. The licorice and red plums are beautifully cast against smooth, lively structure. A blend of grenache, shiraz and mourvedre. Drink now. Screw cap.  (8/2018)

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By: Thomas Smith | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/16/2019 | Send Email
When we first got our hands on the the Coriole wines to sample, the Dancing fig was the star of the show. This blend is big and round, the grenache adding brilliant strawberry flavor while, the mourvedre brings savory, meaty notes and the syrah lending just a touch of structure. Without even a hint of residual sweetness this is a fantastic food pairing wine with great acid and forward fruit that is no-brainer at $15.

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South Australia

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McLaren Vale