The grapes to produce the Shiraz Old Wine The Mimic are carefully harvested at the moment of optimum ripeness before undergoing pressing to extract all the juice. The must then spends an extended period of time on its skins and temperature controlled fermentation to extract the maximum fruit freshness from the grapes.
Old bushvines (average 20+ years) are lovingly tended to produce a small crop of intensely fruity berries, all of which are hand harvested.
The Mimic, Spain unabashed in its ability to match the bold, rich flavours of its Antipodean counterparts, Mimic Shiraz is a southern Spanish take on an old favourite. Displaying a plethora of ripe, dark fruits, hints of mocha, vanilla and spice, this Aussie bashing red, mimics the strident style that has found such favour in the southern hemisphere. Made in partnership with Vina Elena, widely considered one of the best wineries in Jumilia, the Mimic Shiraz is a southern Spanish take on an old Aussie favourite and reflects a long standing love affair with the wines of these two countries. Mimicking the Southern style of a bold Shiraz this is an excellent example of the potential of this exciting region. Old bush vines are lovingly tended to produce this Aussie bashing red which is full of ripe, dark fruits and spice.