Wine Spectator’s Tasting Reports Column highlighted select Australian producers that are poised for a breakthrough moment in the United States market. Among these, was Mitolo, whose Marsican Shiraz 2016 from McLaren Vale received 94 Points.
MaryAnn Worobeic reports that Australian wines are no stranger to high quality, but the recent spirit of innovation across the content is bringing about greater freshness and complexity than previously seen.
Read the full story HERE, where you can also read Mitolo’s recent rave reviews.Ready-for-Their-Close-Up-_-Wine-Spectator
Mitolo Marsican 2016
Named after the rare Marsican bear, native to Frank’s father Bruno’s homeland, Abruzzo. The same bear can be seen in the night sky over Italy forming the Ursa Major – a constellation that has been a navigational reference point for ages. Marsican is a tribute to Frank Mitolo’s heritage and his fathers enduring influence and guidance.
McLaren Vale, Australia
Founder Frank Mitolo drew inspiration from his Italian heritage and especially his horticultural background - he is the 4th generation of a family of agriculturists – in starting the company in 1999. In 2001 acclaimed winemaker Ben Glaetzer became a partner, and together Frank and Ben have shared an uncompromising dedication to producing wines that express purity of flavor, show elegance of structure, and maintain a rich, powerful complexity. In a short period of time, Mitolo has become recognized as one of the finest producers in McLaren Vale.