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2011 Paul Conti Mariginiup Shiraz
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2019-2020)
- ABV 14.5%
- Closure: Stelvin
Paul Conti is one of the pioneers of the Western Australian wine industry having established Paul Conti wines back in the late 1960’s when there were a mere handful wineries in the state. Initially set up by his parents as selling bulk wines to European immigrants Paul went onto lay the foundations for a modern winery and release his award winning Mariginiup Hermitage [now called shiraz] – which is produced from old non-irrigated shiraz vines planted in 1958.
A rich succulent Shiraz that offers immense drinking pleasure.
Today his son Jason has taken over the winemaking reigns. For over 50 years, Shiraz has been produced from Paul Conti’s Mariginiup vineyard which is located on the unique Tuart soils over limestone in close proximity to the Indian Ocean. Matured in a combination of 50% new American oak, 25% new French oak & 25% seasoned French oak.
Totally opaque black purple colour with deep dark purple black hue. On the nose ripe blackberry, liquorice and dark chocolate aromas leap from the glass followed by some toasty vanillin oak, subtle earth and spice. Rich and plush the palate delivers opulent flavours of ripe blackberries, dark chocolate and liquorice with underlying vanillin oak and some spice on the back palate. Velvet smooth tannins. Excellent depth with long succulently textured aftertaste of ripe blackberries, dark chocolate, liquorice and spicy vanillin oak.
Cellar 5-6 years (2019-2020).
Excellent hue and depth; an enduring label - or wine - that has been consistently good over many vintages, but few better than this; it is medium-bodied, supple and the red and black fruits are seamlessly cradled by ripe but soft tannins and subtle oak. Drink by 2026.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion