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PRESS RELEASE - 2nd December 2016

Mr. Mick Novo Sangiovese Crowned as South Australia’s Most Drinkable Wine

The Mr. Mick Novo Sangiovese 2015 took out the title of South Australia’s most drinkable wine, at the Adelaide Review Hot 100 Wines 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner last night.

Chosen out of a record 1300 entries, the Novo Sangiovese 2015 (RRP $17) won the - young release style red wines/ Joven / Nouveau with texture (2015 or younger), class elevating it into the top 10. The wine was then selecte...

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Mr Mick Novo Clare Valley Sangiovese 2015 $15-$17
Score 87 Value Good
There’s a bit of Italian deli about this: cherry nougat,
cured meat and earthy aromas lead into juicy flavours of
cherry and savoury spice, zesty acidity, and light, dry tannins. (Screwcap; 13 per
cent alcohol.)
Ageing? Drink over the next year.
Food idea Pasta with veal ragu.
Stockists include David Matters Best Cellars (NSW).

With Australians in recent years taking more to lighter and more savoury red wine styles in our warmer months, we're also doing something that was almost unthinkable even just a few years back- we're actually putting these reds in the fridge to give them a bit of a chill on serving. And we're realising just how enjoyable they can be, with one maker who is openly advocating the concept of refrigerating lighter reds being the Clare Valley's Tim Adams, who has just released a 2015 Novo(new) Sangiov...

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In Clare, winemaker Tim Adams goes against regional convention to present a delicious lighter, zestier style with Mr Mick's 2015 Novo Sangiovese ($17). He sees this picnic table red as "a quality alternative to rose" with its plush meld of cherries, strawberries and raspberries kept firmly in check by mellow tannins that ensure a lovely clean and dry finish. For maximum enjoyment, chill before serving.

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