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2005 Vinea Marson Syrah
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- Cellar 4 - 5 years (2011-2012)
- ABV 14%
- Closure: Cork
The name Mario Marson is not widely known amongst the general public, since he has spent most of his winemaking career working in the shadow of industry giants like Dr John Middleton of Mount Mary and Ron Laughton of Jasper Hill. However, Mario recently emerged from the shadows, launching his own label, 'VINEA MARSON'. It comes as no surprise to find that his current wines are a summation of Mario’s past influences, superimposed over his own ambitions.
This wine has evolved beautifully since its release several months ago.
Very deep crimson purple colour with deep purple hue. The nose is refined, like that of Mt. Mary Quintet, but made from Shiraz and the parallels are to be expected since Mario was Mt. Mary’s winemaker for 14 vintages. Perfumed nose of violet, spice, cherry and blackberry with white pepper end note. The palate delivers excellent length and depth with layers of white pepper, spice and dark cherry evident. Very fine tannins. Very long persistent cherry, pepper and spice aftertaste.
Cellar 4-5 years (2011-2012)
First Tasted 11th November , 2006;
Very deep black purple colour with purple hue. The nose delivers a refined sniff, with a top note of blackberry, followed by plum spice and violet – This is a more elegant wine than the 2004, and certainly very elegant by Heathcote standards. The palate displays flavours of spice, blackberry, plum and stewed fruit, followed by a white pepper back palate. Fine dryish tannins. Aftertaste of white pepper, stewed fruit and spice.
Cellar 4-5 years (2010-2011)
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