Head Wines Relaunched
This week marks a rebirth for the Head Wines brand. We have just added no fewer than ten new wines to the store from winemaker Alex Head, and the wines have never looked better (both figuratively and literally).

Alex has received a mountain of critical acclaim during his time working with the ancient vines of the Barossa. Over recent years, he has continued to evolve as a producer, tirelessly working on refining his individual Rhone-inspired winemaking style.

With new branding comes a new perspective for Head. You can see the extra love and care taken with his new 'H Series' wines (formerly HEAD RED Shiraz & GSM etc.) and the first reviews for these top value regional wines have been excellent.

"We’ll always want to ensure these will showcase Head Wine’s house style, both pleasing our regulars on a daily basis, while giving those new to Barossa wines, or wine in general, the confidence to eventually look to our 'Limited' editions and our special 'Icon' collections".

- Alex Head, winemaker

The 'Limited Series', featuring the highly collectable Blonde, Brunette, Contrarian, Old Vine Grenache and a new addition, the Old Vine Shiraz, are now more than ever focused on championing the historic old vineyards of the region - combining Barossa tradition with a gentler modern approach to winemaking.

And his small-batch 'Icon Series' will hero the sites that Alex believes represent the very best of the region. These limited production wines, the Ancestor Vine and Redhead Shiraz, are set to be future classics. These are benchmark wines that are emphatically world class.


"I tasted 13 wines with Alex Head on Monday, and the 2018s are looking superb."

- Gary Walsh (The Wine Front)

The newly launched range comes with a swag of outstanding reviews from Gary Walsh to give you an idea of quality. Get amongst them and taste for yourself the excellent value and supreme drinking on offer in the newest exciting chapter of the Alex Head story.

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