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Giovanni Maglieri arrived in McLaren Vale in 1958 and worked in the vineyards of Pirramimma Wines

Five years later, Giovanni’s 17-year-old son, Steve, arrived in Australia. Then, in 1965, the pair bought 40 hectares of McLaren Vale scrub and set about the task of clearing it and planting vines. In 1972 Steve started his own winery Gully Wines, which he renamed Maglieri Wines in 1977.

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Steve wanted to create distinctive and characterful McLaren Vale wines, and when John Loxton joined Maglieri in 1981, the pair was able to establish their own style. The quality of their wines improved steadily, and by the early 1990s Maglieri was well positioned at the top of the McLaren Vale tree. John Loxton was judged to have made the Best Red Wine in McLaren Vale in 1992, and was made Bushing King. Further show successes came throughout Australia and overseas throughout that decade.

http://www.beringerblass.com.au/ - Maglieri

One of Maglieri’s greatest achievements has been its sensational success at the International Wine Challenge in London. Twice the Maglieri Shiraz has beaten all comers and been voted Best Shiraz of the Competition. It can be said truly, that Maglieri wines lead the world

With a wide range of single varietal distinctive wines, Maglieri is well known for being character filled and at the forefront of winemaking in the McLaren Vale region. Maglieri now offers a very fine Lambrusco range that is a tribute to Maglieri’s Italian beginnings. Amabile is Italian for soft and mellow, and the easy drinking Maglieri Amabile offers a hint of spritz, in a soft, fruity, uncomplicated wine that is bright garnet red in the glass with a gentle hint of bubbles, Lambrusco at it’s very best.

http://www.beringerblass.com.au/ - Maglieri
http://www.beringerblass.com.au/ - Maglieri

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