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Mivino

Craft a wine that is uniquely yours! Mivino features two half size kits providing craft winemakers with the opportunity to craft a single varietal half batch with one kit, or a full batch with both kits.

Red Wines

  • Australian Shiraz

    This deep garnet red wine is well balanced with lively aromas of black pepper, blueberries, chocolate, and toasted oak. Medium-bodied, it is robustly built with soft silky tannins from fermentation on Genuwine Winery Dried Grape Skins.

    Medium Oak, Medium Body, Dry

  • California Cabernet Sauvignon

    With its spicy notes from the oak, the Genuwine Winery Dried Grape Skins produce soft savory tannins, and a bouquet teeming with vanilla, mint, and tobacco. Cherries and ripe blackcurrants will arouse your senses, finishing with rich coffee and plum notes.

    Medium Oak, Medium Body, Dry

  • Chilean Merlot

    A robust bouquet of warm, dark fruit and tobacco leads to elevated aromas of ripe black currants and cherries. Layers of coffee and dark plum notes unfold to reveal a big-hearted dry wine blessed with excellent length of flavours and supple tannins from crushed grape skins.

    Medium Oak, Medium Body, Dry

White Wines

  • Chilean Sauvignon Blanc

    Intense aromas of honeydew melon and pear entice the nose while zesty flavours of grapefruit and herbs grace the palate. Pale straw in colour, this medium-bodied dry wine is a classic.

    No Oak, Medium Body, Dry

  • German Riesling

    This classic dry Riesling offers generous aromas of citrus fruits and blossoms up front. Rich flavours of grapefruit with floral undertones follow to give it a focused, crisp finish. Straw in colour, this light-bodied wine lingers attractively on the palate.

    No Oak, Light Body, Dry

  • Italian Pinot Grigio

    Fresh and vibrant on the nose, this dry white wine packs sensational aromas of green apples and butterscotch. It is light straw in colour and boasts crisp flavours of almonds and citrus notes on the finish.

    No Oak, Light Body, Dry

 

 

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