This wine never disappoints, Durif is one of the great varieties grown in The Riverina. If you love a big bold red shiraz - then you will love Durif, a full body wine with loads of flavour - Frank
The 2020 Durif wine is an exceptional drop with a complex mix of black, blue and mulberry the wine is rich and powerful, complemented by hints of coconut, vanillin & smooth fine grain tannins.
Our 2020 Durif presents aromas of mulberry, dark cherry, blackberry and blueberry fruits. These are backed by oak, displaying vanillin and coconut with hints of spice. The complexity of the palate is a mix of dark, blue, black and mulberry fruits complemented by oak and fine tannins which makes what a Durif is famous for.
A Growers Touch gives credit to the farmers who are responsible for growing the grapes, showcasing local fruit and the importance of ‘terroir’. These are the farmers who nurture and love their fruit and whom we pay homage to. Each farmer responsible for the grapes gone into making A Growers Touch are featured on the appropriate wine bottle, so Mino & Co can share with you the faces and hands gone into making these wines.
- Blend : Durif
- ABV : 14.00 %
- Closure : Screw cap
- Drink Until : best in 7 years in cellar but also enjoyable now
- Bottle Size : 750m
- The Riverina NSW
About The Winery
Mino & Co Wines, was established in 1997 and has been producing wines of various styles, suited to the regions growing conditions but not limited to, for almost two decades.
The winery is located in a small village called Hanwood, just outside Griffith in New South Wales with the area falling into the 'Riverina' region of NSW.
The Winery produces Italian varietals on a boutique scale, predominantly for the domestic market in Australia and has found great success in doing so. The selection of Italian varietals is based wholly on the palette characteristics and the potential of wine sales in the market.
The Guglielmino family are passionate about displaying their Italian heritage in their selection of wine styles and believe there is a balance between adopting innovative techniques amongst the traditional methods of wine making which have been passed down through the generations.