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RedHeads Good Shiraz 2022

South Australia

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RedHeads don't tow the line, they're Aussie rebels leading the field! From the get-go, they've made small-volume, handcrafted wines from 'rescued' grapes. This is a cracker – Barossa, Clare, McLaren and Langhorne Creek. A palate-punching Shiraz.

RedHeads don't tow the line, they're Aussie rebels leading the field! From the get-go, they've made small-volume, handcrafted wines from 'rescued' grapes. This is a cracker – Barossa, Clare, McLaren and Langhorne Creek. A palate-punching Shiraz.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Luscious, weighty, mouthfilling ripe black fruit, spice and no edges

Aroma

Fruit loaded with bold, ripe blackberry, bilberry, liquorice and spice

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

RedHeads Good Shiraz 2022

More information

  • Red - Medium to Full Bodied
  • Australia
  • Deep purple crimson
  • Vegetarian
  • 14.5% ABV
  • 10.88 Units
  • 750.00 ml
  • 31 December, 2028
  • Vegan

20 years ago, a lightbulb moment resulted in the creation of RedHeads by Tony and Tom Laithwaite. It was a no-gimmicks, no-rules cellar where young, talented (and rebellious) winemakers could moonlight and make small-batch wines that really rocked their boat. Growers started bringing in pick-up loads of their best grapes they wanted 'rescuing' from the mega-blends. RedHeads winemakers began to gain a reputation as the ‘Robinhood of grapes’ – saving parcels to make into handcrafted wines. So popular, the cellar outgrew its original home and, for a few years, it moved from shed to shed. Finally it bought its own vineyard and built a state-of-the-art, off-grid, solar-powered eco winery. RedHeads by name, green by nature, with awards galore.

"Rich and sumptuous. Big, bold flavour and lots of depth" Online Review
For the 2021 vintage
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