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Miolo Shiraz Testardi 2010

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Slightly stemmy on the nose, a bit of black pepper but this isn't very spicy, more black and a bit extracty smelling, animale and a touch gamy, bright on entry, round, lush, boysenberry and black raspberry fruit, abundant if soft tannins, acid is fine could be a touch brighter, rich wine, new world style, more peppery on the palate than on the nose, wood tannins dry the finish a touch very woody tannins, 83pts

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Miolo:
Miolo's history starts back in 1897 when Giuseppe Miolo from Italian's (Veneto) Miolo Family arrived in Brazil where today is located what we call Wine Valley in southern Brazil. As most Italians, they brought to Brazil they love for wine and found there at Wine Valley one of, if not the best terroir in Brazil. Since then they got the recognition of great wine producers, but only in ... Read more
Miolo's history starts back in 1897 when Giuseppe Miolo from Italian's (Veneto) Miolo Family arrived in Brazil where today is located what we call Wine Valley in southern Brazil. As most Italians, they brought to Brazil they love for wine and found there at Wine Valley one of, if not the best terroir in Brazil. Since then they got the recognition of great wine producers, but only in the '90s, leaded by Giuseppe's grandchildren Darci, Antonio and Paulo Miolo, they begun to produce wines with the label MIOLO. The first bottle was released in 1992, a Family Reserve Merlot 1990, the grape that is very well adapted to the Valley. Besides other grapes and brands Miolo started a Quality Program in 1998 that changed the Wine industry in Brazil, investing a lot on tecnology, human resources and most important new terroirs and grapes varieties. In 2004 Miolo was present at the 5 best Brazilian terroirs, with some joint ventures and new Brands created, stabilishin the company as the biggest fine wine business in Brazilian market. Diversity and new styles of wines was the main objevtive and Miolo has more then 70 labels, from Seleção brand (Brazilian bestseller) to Lote 43 and Merlot Terroir (Brazilian iconics wines). In 2006 MIOLO WINE GROUP was born, strategics alliances and international market was the main objective of the company and Miolo has since then 8 different projects: Miolo Winery (Wine Valley) Fazenda do Seival Vineyards (Southern Brazil) Fazenda Ouro Verde (Brazilian Northeast) RAR (Southern Brazil with 1.000m elevations) Lovara (Southern Brazil) ViaSul - Costa Pacífico ( Chile ) Bodegas Osborne (Spain) Los Nevados (Mendoza Lujan de Cuyo ARG) And the last, buyed last week from Pernod Ricard, Almadén Winery (National Leader at its price range) Now, Miolo is the biggest Wine Business in Brazil (20+% of market share) and has more than 1100 hectares of vineyards selling about 12million liters/years . Today Miolo is proudly representing Brazilian wine overseas, representing the national terroir in 22 countries around the globe, leading Wines from Brazil exportation program. Miolo, the expression of Brazilian terroir. Read less

Editorial Reviews for Miolo Shiraz Testardi

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065213,867
2.50 5
08/10/2012

Slightly stemmy on the nose, a bit of black pepper but this isn't very spicy, more black and a bit extracty smelling, animale and a touch gamy, bright on entry, round, lush, boysenberry and black raspberry fruit, abundant if soft tannins, acid is fine could be a touch brighter, rich wine, new world style, more peppery on the palate than on the nose, wood tannins dry the finish a touch very woody tannins, 83pts


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Snooth User: Ciro Azevedo
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4.50 5
07/12/2013

Four and a half glasses




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