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2021 Vinden Headcase Rose

Nothing screams summer, quite like a smashable rosé.

Multiple ferments in stainless, barrels and concrete egg’s were blended together to create a delicious, dry, textural rosé. This guy is made from Cabernet, Mourvèdre, Shiraz, Chardonnay & Semillon. This is my favourite rosé I've ever made, with a huge influence from Bandol - for those of you who know me, I drink that stuff by the gallon. Sourced from Inglewood, Somerset, Vinden & Tawarri Vineyards across the Hunter Valley.

12.5% Alc./vol.



Vinden Wines is one of very few wineries in Australia to grow and produce this rare grape varietal - it is a teinturier, one of the few grapes with red flesh, resulting from a cross in the 1800’s between a Grenache and Petit Bouschet. Grown on Vinden Estate on red loamy clay, it truly reflects the characteristics of the grape varietal, a fruit-forward style with red berries on the palate.  This new release is bottled with a light spritz.


This year’s lightly sparkling Alicante Bouschet looks a little different - Angus selected a swing top champenoise glass, making it easy to pop and reseal - saving you manically searching through that one random cutlery drawer (we all have one) for your Champagne stopper. This year’s label was illustrated by Hunter Valley-born, botanical illustrator Adriana Picker. The elegant illustration shows the Alicante Bouschet during its flowering process. 


Hand Craed by Angus Vinden & Daniel Binet
10.5% Alc./vol.
Minimal Sulfites added

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2022 Piquette

Piquette is known as the drink of choice for Vineyard workers throughout France. This low-alcohol wine is made by rehydrating grape skins. Dry, refreshing, and extremely smashable on a hot afternoon!

This year is made from Gewürztraminer, Gamay & Shiraz.

5% Alc./Vol - No added Sulfites