"Coriole is a pioneer of interesting grapes in Australia, flying the flag of this great Tuscan variety before anyone else. The oak sits atop, but there is a slither of flirty grape tannin and a bite of acidity, maritime and saline, below. Refreshingly sanguine and understated. Built to age. Plums, thyme, mint and rosemary. The tannic bulwark is a little too oaky and immutable for now. Yet there is so much energy and coiled intent that I score this relatively highly with great expectations. Drink now, but can hold, too. 93 points"
Reviewed May 2023, Ned Goodwin MW, JamesSuckling.com
"Quite dark, dense, robust expression of the variety, lots of dark-cherry fruit, serious intensity, then a flood of meaty tannins. Very good indeed, with a long life ahead. 17+/20"
Max Allen, JancisRobinson.com