Coriole has produced Nebbiolo for almost a decade, up until now in the traditional red table wine style of Northern Italy. Nebbiolo is one of the extreme varieties of the wine world. However it can be one of the most satisfying wines with a range of foods.
- SA - McLaren Vale
- South Australia
90 Points. The hardest road of all, a pinot noir with the tannins of a cabernet. This wine, in fact, goes close to achieving the impossible, the fruit light but vibrant, the tannins less than fearsome. James Halliday Wine Companion 2010
Coriole is renowned for producing Sangiovese but this Nebbiolo is right on the money too. With floral lift and berry fruit on the nose, this lighter style red has a surprisingly tannic finish. It’s a perfect match for richer game dishes… David Bone B Magazine
Winery Tasting Notes
The aroma suggests raspberry jube and leather with a slight floral element.
The palate shows the typical long, dry tannin which is the signature for this light variety with a little citrus and fruit sweetness followed by a savoury leather complexity.