A velvety, fruit filled wine from RedHeads. Malbec combines with Cabernet using top quality grapes from grower Richard Hughes and the winemaking talent of the RedHeads team. With a year in oak, this is a lush, spicy red with ample black fruit.
RedHeads is a small wine studio, now with its own cellar and small vineyard among the big names of the Barossa. With its exciting winemaking projects, it's certainly proving its worth. The grapes for this red come from long time grower Richard Hughes (great great grandson of former Aussie Prime Minister Billy 'Little Digger' Hughes). Richard takes immaculate care of his vines in the Clare Valley – a region renowned for both top Rieslings and fine reds. The wine’s name refers to a time when copper was discovered there and the government put the mining rights up for sale. Locals – aristocrats and tradesmen (Nobs and Snobs) – were quick to join forces and buy the land and keep outsiders out! Aged in oak, this red is a top choice with steak.
"Full bodied winner. Smooth, complex red. Unforgettable"
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