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22nd November 2017 News

Ray Isle of Food & Wine Magazine has included Finca Decero Cabernet 2014 and Mitolo Jester Cabernet 2015 as part of his “Best Red Wine Holiday Gift Ideas.” Both of these gems provide serious bang for your buck.

Ray states, “There is no better wine for the holidays than Cabernet Sauvignon… here are 19 spectacular Cabernets from around the world to seek out for the holidays. And don’t forget to buy a bottle for yourself—this season can be stressful, after all, and you deserve a present, too.”

Read the full article here.

 
21 November 2017 News

After much anticipation, Mitolo Wines has opened its first tasting room, event space, and on-site restaurant Bocca Di Luppo. On November 12th, they held their official launch event in the new space expressing their modern update on traditional Italian style. Frank Mitolo describes it as “nothing prissy” but that it needed to be “unique and special”.

The entire project was not just about opening a tasting room but more about giving guests the full Mitolo experience, the expression of the terroir and a true feeling of family.  Here is a great article that gives some more details and photos of the new addition to Mitolo Wines.

“In my life it’s all about family and friends…. A table served with food and wine made with passion and love. This is the essence of Mitolo.” – Frank Mitolo

 
24 July 2017 News

Jeb Dunnuck of the Wine Advocate has struck out on his own. See here one of the first articles on his new Web site, in which he blogs about recent dinner with some great bottles from his cellar. Great comments about Ferrer Bobet and Mitolo!

“Chez Dunnuck – Dinner with Châteauneuf-du-Pape’s Anne-Charlotte Mélia Bachas

As to the reds, the 2008 Priorat Vinyes Velles from Ferrer Bobet comes from crazy schist soils and is a mix of Grenache and Carignan. This beauty was ripe, chocolaty and elegant, with tons of black raspberry, currants, violets, incense and scorched earth characteristics. It has bright acidity and while mature, is still lively and fresh. Unfortunately, the 2003 Mitolo Shiraz GAM was subtly corked, but this is a monumental wine I’ve been lucky enough to drink more than a case of. When it’s on, it flirts with perfection. One of the surprises of the evening was the 2007 St Henri Shiraz, and this incredible Shiraz was singing! Deep, layered and unctuous, it offered lots of blackcurrants, chocolaty oak, smoke and licorice as well as a killer, silky, elegant, and seamless texture. This is a downright sexy beauty that’s going to have another two decades of longevity.

Click here to read the article.”

 
1 February 2016 News

The Sun Times, Florida, published a piece from Marco Porto, owner of Chop239 and wine connoisseur, on his favorite wine from McLaren Vale. The 2011 G.A.M. from Mitolo, “is a luscious, textured palate pleaser packed with dark, brooding plum flavors, liquorice, and black olive. The tannins are soft and fine, providing a gentle framework for the deep fruit creating a generosity, a sense of comfort that is such a feature of Shiraz in that unique part of the world.” says Porto. Giving readers his down under Australian experience with his favorite “gem of a Shiraz”, click here for the full article.

 

 

 
13 October 2015 News

Wine Enthusiast published a recent article entitled “What to Toast for Fall’s Best Moments: Five autumn milestones, five pitch-perfect wines”. The perfect wine pairings for all the fall favorite moments and Mitolo’s 2013 Jester Shiraz is a top choice for the WE editors. A Tailgate Grilling moment is paired with 2013 Jester Shiraz, “Your alma mater may have started the season 0-4, but you still take tailgating seriously—and this hearty Shiraz is no joke. The smoky, meaty nose blends right into the char-grilled scents of the day, while the bold fruit flavors leave a lasting impression—like the indentation in the field left by your quarterback after he’s been sacked for the fifth time.” says Joe Czerwinski, one of WE’s editors. Click here to see all the great autumnal sipping and leaf-peeping pairings.

 

 
22nd May 2015 News

A recent article on Wine-searcher.com features Ben Glaetzer, brother Alex Glaetzer, and their many family businesses. Their family traditions of making wine was sure to stick with both Ben and Nick, but Ben always had a clear focus – making wine! “I started helping out in the winery and once immersed in the barrel room, I didn’t want to leave. I didn’t want anything to do with anything else from then on,” said Ben. To read the full article click here.

 
16 January 2015 News

Mitolo’s 2012 Jester Cabernet Sauvignon was featured on Drinkmemag.com “8 Delicious Cabs under $20”.  Not only was the Jester Cabernet number 1 on their list of crowd pleasing Cabernets with great value, but it also received some great comments. “Bright, lush and juicy with a full-bodied palate and mouth-filling richness – that’s what Jester Cabernet Sauvignon is all about. Bold red fruits with soft juicy tannins prolonged over a long lasting velvety finish. You’d be a clown not to try it.” You can check out the full list here or on our Facebook and Twitter page.

 
14 July 2014 News

A recent article from The Australian “Executive Living: Food & Drink” section features the news that Paul Wilson, creative director at the iconic Icebergs restuarant in Bondi Beach in Sydney, is signing on with the Mitolo family as a consultant to help develop and open the McLaren Vale winery’s new cellar door and restaurant. Check out more about Paul Wilson by clicking here or click here for more information about Mitolo’s new cellar door.

 
17 March 2014 News, Videos

Check out this great video of Frank Mitolo discussing the 2010 G.A.M. Shiraz!

 
7 February 2014 News

About.com’s Food and Wine section released their wine pick of the week, Mitolo’s Jester Shiraz 2011. The comments are as follows: “Packed with dense, dark fruit and plenty of black pepper and spice, this medium-bodied Australian Shiraz sings with beautiful balance, pliable tannins and earthy undertones.” To read the full review click here.