Winemakers Tim Adams and Brett Schutz have taken out the title of ‘South Australia’s Most Drinkable Wine’ with their Mr. Mick Novo Sangiovese 2015.

The duo received the honour last night during the Adelaide Review Hot 100 Wines 10th Anniversary Gala dinner, winning the selection from a list of a record 1300 entries.

“This award reinforces the Mr. Mick philosophy of making wines for everyone to enjoy, every day”, Mr Schultz said.

The annual award’s aim is to discover the wine which brings the most pleasure – and is the most degustatory.

The Clare Valley winemakers were thrilled to be recognised amongst their peers and consumers for making an extremely ‘drinkable wine’, showing grace to the hard work of their colleagues and the Mr. Mick portfolio.

“We wanted to make a wine where the consumer would wonder where the bottle had gone because it was so easy to drink,” Mr Adams said.

“We are so pleased that we have achieved this and that it is now being recognised far and wide.”

The award comes after a recent gold medal win at the 2016 Alternative Varieties National Wine Show, (held in Mildura last month) for the same wine.

Mr. Mick is is also being recognised for other wines they produced, including the 2014 Mr. Mick Tempranillo with a selection in the Hot 100 Wines and giving the winemakers a double for their portfolio this year. 

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