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RedHeads 1888 2021

Barossa Valley

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  • Silver, China Wine & Spirits Awards (CWSA), 2023
  • 90pts, WineFolio - David Walker Bell, 2023

RedHeads by name, green by nature, this leading winery was built with sustainability at front of mind. That and making showstopping wines. This is the flagship Shiraz from their own Barossa vineyard. A powerful, full-flavoured, barrel-aged beauty!

RedHeads by name, green by nature, this leading winery was built with sustainability at front of mind. That and making showstopping wines. This is the flagship Shiraz from their own Barossa vineyard. A powerful, full-flavoured, barrel-aged beauty!

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Powerful, velvety black fruit, rich spice and pepper, silky tannins

Aroma

Kirsch, plum and raspberry, black olive, liquorice and spice

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

RedHeads 1888 2021

More information

  • 14.5% ABV
  • 10.88 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2031
  • Vegan

For 19 years RedHeads have been making pioneering wines in various shed wineries across McLaren Vale and the Barossa. In that time they’ve picked up Trophies and over 100 Golds. Until last year they exclusively sought out the best growers to rescue small parcels of top-quality grapes for their wines. They still do, but now have a much nurtured vineyard of their own too. They’ve put down roots in Angaston in the Barossa, with 8 hectares of vines and a new, ultra eco-friendly cellar. With the grapes, they make a single estate wine – the 1888. It’s named after the old 1888 cottage they adopted with the property, the oldest building in the area. Handcrafted and cask matured, this is probably the best vintage of 1888 yet. Tasty now or cellar.

"A cracker - a classic Barossa Shiraz. Seriously the 2021 was one of the best vintages in a long time" Alex Trescowthick
RedHeads winemaker
Map showing Barossa Valley
Tasting note information