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  1. Head Wines Head Red GSM 2015

    Head Wines Head Red GSM 2015

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $24.99

    As low as: $24.17

     Raspberry juice, musk, spice and perfume. Medium bodied, supple and succulent, ultra-fine powdery tannin, clean acidity, a touch of meatiness, with a smattering of dried herb and brick dust tannin cleaning up the finish. Flat out delicious: a bonus point for that.”
     93 points- Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)





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  2. Head Wines the Head Red 2015

    Head Wines the Head Red 2015

    Regular Price: $25.50

    Special Price: $23.50

    As low as: $22.50

    Unusual sophistication at this price point for a Barossa Shiraz. It’s not an ooze monster, not at all. It’s fine and spicy, almost bony in structure with firm grainy tannin, blueberry and floral/apricot perfume, pan juices and crisp cut of acidity. Finish is dry, meaty and spicy, with a vapour trail of sweet blue fruit. Likely better again with another year in bottle.”
    92 points - Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)



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  3. Head Wines the Old Vine Grenache 2014

    Head Wines the Old Vine Grenache 2014

    Regular Price: $39.00

    Special Price: $37.50

    As low as: $35.00

    The Barossa Old Vine Charter declares Old Vine to be anything 35 years or older. This is that, and more, being 73 years old and from a vineyard near Krondorf.  20% whole bunch and spent 12 months in a 20 year old 2500L foudre. So many numbers, and luckily they all add up to something great.


    Sweet cherries and raspberry, spice, smoked meat, peanuts in their shells, dried flowers and a pleasant kind of sweatiness. Light to medium bodied, confusingly feels succulent and bony at the same time, has a gentle sweetness of red berry fruit, yet a dry stony texture to its fine grained tannin. Lovely clean length. 
    Complex. 
    Light on its feet. Beautiful to drink. It’s how you make Grenache sing. 95 Points Winefront.com.au



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  1. Head Wines ‘NOUVEAU’ Touriga Montepulciano Grenache 2014

    Head Wines ‘NOUVEAU’ Touriga Montepulciano Grenache 2014

    Regular Price: $20.00

    Special Price: $19.00

    As low as: $18.00

     60% Touriga Nacional and 40% Montepulciano, from Marananga. And why not? Last year’s model was great.


    Earthy, meaty and spicy, sour cherries and chocolate, floral high tones, then that metallic thing that you (I) seem to get in Touriga which runs through the palate. Light to medium bodied, juicy and meaty at once, light tannin, refreshingly bitter flavours – quinine and amaro herbs – and a juicy sour cherry finish of decent length. Lovely to drink. 
    Fascination and quaffing level enjoyment at once. Recommended. 91 points Winefront.com.au

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  2. Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium 2012

    Henschke Keyneton Estate Euphonium 2012

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Special Price: $58.50

    As low as: $57.00
    A magic combination of a cascade of black and red fruit flavours with supreme elegance and balance, the complex blend of shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc at once fused yet synergistic.
    The best Euphonium yet.” – 97 Points James Halliday
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  3. Hither & Yon Aglianico 2013

    Hither & Yon Aglianico 2013

    Regular Price: $22.99

    Special Price: $21.50

    As low as: $21.00

    Bright plum red; the nose has a soft red fruit fragrance - there's a reference on the back label to 'pink marshmallow' which I think is great. Sappy, dry palate is framed with tannins - bitter, mouth-cleansing, proper tannins. Complement that with some cherry red fruit late juiciness and you've got frankly one utterly delicious, dry and savoury red. Those tannins are perhaps just a little too bitter, but gee it makes for a refreshing and vital one.
    Massive yes. Drink 2015-2025+. 18/20, 93/100
    Details: 12.6%, Screwcap, $27, Sample
    Would I buy it? Yes. I'd need something meaty, but I'd smash a half bottle." Andrew Graham OzWineReview

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  1. Hither & Yon Nero d'Avola 2015

    Hither & Yon Nero d'Avola 2015

    Regular Price: $25.99

    Special Price: $24.00

    As low as: $23.50

    Dark cherry red, light purple rim. Black cherry, toasted pinenut and thyme. Dark cherries, blackberry, raspberry licorice. Light fruit weight, quite tart, with woody herbs, a hint of aniseed, fine tannins and red earth. This is a young style, which is clean, juicy and simple. There is just enough sweetness, making it very food friendly.

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  2. Hither & Yon Shiraz Cabernet 2014

    Hither & Yon Shiraz Cabernet 2014

    Regular Price: $26.99

    Special Price: $24.00

    Dark purple with bright red hue. Blackcurrant, menthol, violet pastille. Plush dark fruits, cocoa, red earth. Rich and lively, hints of black licorice and vanilla, finishing with smoky oak and medium tannin lift. There is a warmth and length to the wine for lovers of the traditional McLaren Vale Shiraz Cabernet style.

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  3. Hugh Hamilton ‘The Mongrel’ Sangiovese Blend 2014

    Hugh Hamilton ‘The Mongrel’ Sangiovese Blend 2014

    Regular Price: $23.99

    Special Price: $22.99

    As low as: $21.99

    Sangiovese is a grape that has a lot going for it. Think savoury, meaning it’s great with food; it has a cherry flavour which is a contrast to most other grapes we grow and it holds very good tannin structure. Its natural acidity means it always has an interesting and lively palate. However, if you really want to make this wine ‘sing’ it needs a little touching up with something else. In this vintage we reckoned a little dash of Shiraz did the trick. This is why we call it The Mongrel. The Shiraz added a hint of spice; it filled out the palate and it softened the tannins whilst keeping all the vitality of the Sangiovese.

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