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RedHeads Dogs of the Barossa Shiraz 2020

Barossa Valley

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  • Gold, Catavinum World Wine & Spirits Competition, 2023
  • 95pts, Catavinum World Wine & Spirits Competition, 2023
  • Double Gold, China Wine & Spirits Best Value Awards, 2023
  • Wine of the Year, China Wine & Spirits Best Value Awards, 2023
  • 92pts, James Halliday Wine Companion, 2023

Dogs of the Barossa is another superstar Shiraz from the highly creative (not to mention talented) bunch at RedHeads. They're the masters at crafting small batch cuvées that stand apart. Like this darkly spiced red that last vintage won a trophy.

Dogs of the Barossa is another superstar Shiraz from the highly creative (not to mention talented) bunch at RedHeads. They're the masters at crafting small batch cuvées that stand apart. Like this darkly spiced red that last vintage won a trophy.

Beyond the Label

Tasting notes

Weighty velvety black fruit; strong oaky spice over firm tannins

Aroma

Powerful ripe blackberry and damson aromas with spice

Allergy information

Contains sulphites

RedHeads Dogs of the Barossa Shiraz 2020

More information

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

Shiraz Trophy winner last vintage, Dogs of the Barossa is the story of a young dog in an old dog’s world. The ‘dog’ in this case is RedHeads: a studio proving its worth in ancient Barossa. Having led the pack in the McLaren Vale, site of the original cellar, RedHeads is now showing that, set among some of the most iconic names of Aussie wine (Henschke, Penfolds, Wolf Blass), their wines still stand out. The ethos of this cellar has always been to innovate. It's why they're as proud of their eco-awards as they are their numerous wine medals. They have a loyal fan base too. This powerful 2020 Shiraz delivers gorgeous ripe blackberry and damson flavour with a rich wrap of spice from 14 months in all new oak. Decant early and serve with steak.

"Stunning wine. Tried the latest vintage of this at the weekend and boy it didn’t disappoint" Online Review
For the 2019 vintage
Map showing Barossa Valley
Tasting note information