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Head Red Shiraz

Head Wines was started in 2006 by Alex Head. It focuses on single site Rhône varietals from the Barossa and Eden Valleys in South Australia. Head Red is a barrel cull from Barossa vineyards including 'The Blonde', 'The Brunette' and The Contrarian single vineyard Shiraz wines. It allows a pre-view of the vintage quality to come and keeps the quality of the Single vineyard wines as high as possible. The wine receives 12 months barrel age in predominantly older French hogsheads allowing the vintage and terroir to show clearly. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Head Red GSM

A myriad of mulberry, wild thyme and enticing savoury undertones are interwoven with layers of ripe summer berries. The palate displays both generosity and restraint, with plump and supple tannins that are supported by an amalgam of summer ripened plums.

Head The Brunette Shiraz

Colour is deep red. The nose shows aniseed, tar, FruChocs and spicy oak. The fine palate entry has mulberry, cranberry, aniseed and liquorice flowing delicately with Rhone-like spicy, chewy, savoury tannins.

Head The Blonde Shiraz

Fresh blackberry and boysenberry, spice, liquorice, tar and dried herbs. Medium bodied, juicy bramble fruits, crisp boysenberry acidity, salted beef, firm but fine grained drying tannin, and a long fresh meaty herb infused finish.

Head Ancestor Grenache Mataro

From Stonegarden, a 160 year old vineyard planted near Springton at 400m altitude in the coldest, driest and most remote part of the Eden Valley. Made with complete respect to the fruit and aiming above the great CNDP in terms of quality, balance and longevity. Numbered bottle - only 1000 produced.

Head Wilton Hill Shiraz Ranges

Head Wilton Hill Shiraz Barossa Ranges Wilton Hill is comprised of an old vine vineyard, perched atop the Barossa Ranges as it encroaches on the Eden Valley. The soil, a complex polyglot of sandy loams, limestone and ferrous ironstone over a substrata of mottled quartz. The geology is arguably more intrinsic to the makeup of the wine than the variety, or maker Alex Heads deft hand. This is top- drawer Barossa Grand Cru speaking. Make no mistake! Think a swirl of dark fruits, aromas of iodine, lilac and violet, punctuated with a swab of tapenade-encrusted tannins. Dig deeper and there are scents of smoked meats, thyme, lavender and mocha, trailing across a peppery trail of freshness that tows this full-bodied wine long. Sumptuous gear that is ready for an aggressive decant, or extended time in the cellar.

Head Ancestor Vine Grenache

Deep red with Burgundy colours. Aromas of rhubarb, raspberry, pink musk, Turkish delight and candied orange peel. Full bodied and supremely textured with layers of sweet red fruit flavours. Dense, long and chewy tannins that coat the mouth endlessly.

Headlands Distilling Co. Boobialla Gin

Headlands Distilling Co. was founded in 2015 by four friends, with nothing more than a goal to produce unique, handcrafted spirits. Featuring two science PhD’s- Lachie and Thomas, an organic chemist/chemical engineer- Jared, and a business specialist, Dean, each member of the team brings an individual set of useful skills. Headlands Distilling Co. focuses on two main areas. Crafting delicious spirits completely from scratch on site and creating tasting experiences which have not been done before. A seasonal gin based entirely on Australian native juniper as the juniper source and features exclusively Australian native ingredients, which is the only one of its kind. All other Australian gins are based on imported Macedonian/European juniper. Whether or not this is technically gin is debatable since they don’t contain the same species of juniper, but they won medals at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and London World Spirits Competition. Pushing the boundaries with this one, very different taste to classic gin. Traditional juniper is juniperus communis, Australian native juniper is myoporum insulare, known by botanists as Australian native juniper although it is a different species.

Head Old Vine Shiraz

HEAD Old Vine Shiraz, Barossa Valley The hand-picked fruit comes in small parcels from up to 100-years-old vines. Theres a little whole-bunch fermentation prior to 12 months in a mix of old and new barrels. There is a measure of Old Vine Grenache to lighten up the classic Barrosa Valley Shiraz richness.

Head Riesling

Head Wines was started in 2006 by Alex Head. Each Head wine shows a distinctive house style of powerful fruit weight, elegance, freshness, finesse and balance which starts by farming vineyards sustainably and in some cases using organics and biodynamics.