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2018 Sam Vinciullo 'Warner Glen' Red White Blend

Margaret River, Western Australia

A super zippy, light, chilled red. 55% Shiraz 45% Sauvignon Blanc. Dark red fruits, but the acidity lifts it's brightness, making the wine refreshing and perfect with or without food. The grapes are dry grown in the Margaret River region where all the vines are own rooted. Fermented on skins and like all Sam's wines made without any pumping, temperature control or additions. Thanks to Sam and Campbell for the notes.
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  • ADDED SULPHITES (MG/L)
    0
  • FILTERED
    No
  • FINED
    No
  • SKIN CONTACT
    Yes
  • VINEYARD HEALTH
    Organic
  • YEAST
    Wild
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Sam Vinciullo Natural Wine Organic Wine Australia Online Delivery Margaret River
About the maker

After studying winemaking in Adelaide back in 2005, Sam worked in multiple wineries all over the world for a number of years, including Etna in 2010. This experience bolstered and encourage Sam's own understanding and practical knowledge of working with your environment not against it.

In 2015, Sam completed his first harvest under the “Sam Vinciullo” label in Margaret River, Western Australia. For his first few vintages he sourced grapes from the same farm that he now maintains and manages. Since day 1 he has always wanted to make what he farms. The vines are dry irrigated and own rooted without herbicides or systemic chemicals. In the cellar his wines are made without any additions, fining or filtration and no sulphur. Sam's wines are quite unique. They are always fresh with crisp acidity, easy to drink and we believe can speak to wide audience. An incredible Australian up and coming winemaker, who's talent and location are a dime a dozen.
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