2013 Head Wines Head Red Shiraz

imageThe 2012 was more to my tastes but that doesn’t detract from this vintage at all.

Raspberries and kirsch over black fruits. Barossan generosity, just under full-bodied with quality tannic structure for the price. Savoury dark chocolate and nuances of pan juices. Plenty of reach too. 92

Region: Barossa
Alcohol: 14.0%
Closure: Screwcap
Price: $20
Tasted: May 2014


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2 Responses to 2013 Head Wines Head Red Shiraz

  1. Matt Moore says:

    The 2011 was drinkable right off the bat. I stashed the 2012s away and am only just starting on them now. Would I be better off buying the 2013s at auction in a few years time?

  2. Matt – I reckon the 2013 is drinking well straight off the bat. No need to wait.

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