Tintara Sangiovese 2012 (6 x 750mL), McLaren Vale, SA.

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In 1876, our pioneering founder, Thomas Hardy purchased our Tintara winery in McLaren Vale, in order to expand his already successful winemaking business.

His vision and passion for winemaking meant that the Tintara name was soon synonymous with outstanding Australian winemaking, as was the region of McLaren Vale. Today our Tintara wines remain a testament to Thomas' quality winemaking, combining age-old methods with new-age techniques.

SA - McLaren Vale
South Australia

Winery Tasting Notes

This ancient varitety hails from Central Italy, where it can be traced back to the time of the Etrusacans.

Sangiovese has gradually spread around the world and finds itself at home in McLaren Vale. The limestone soils and mild maritime autumn of the region mean the vines ripen late in the season, producing a well-structured wine which develops supple texture as it matures in bottle.

Lively dark cherry & summer berry fruits are complemented by a savoury tannin structure, juicy fruit characters, leading to a long & textural finish.

SA - McLaren Vale
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Tintara is a winery of two worlds. A living treasure house of tradition on one hand, a testimony to new age winemaking on the other.

The winery is set in McLaren Vale, a town on South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula. Nestled between the Gulf of St Vincent and the Mt Lofty Ranges. The result is distinctly Mediterranean.

Established in 1861, Tintara was a pioneer in taking McLaren wines to the world. Today Tintara’s winemaking acknowledges the past and is inspired, producing wines of great regional character and individuality.

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