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Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz meet two Italian varietals: Lagrein and Dolcetto, to create a round, spicy Australian blend. This plucky wine is a shop favourite, it punches well above its weight class delivering drinkers incredible taste and value. Plush dark fruit, tantalizing spice and round tannin make this a versatile food wine. This the perfect wine to keep on hand for an impromptu game night!

The Heartland wines are a favourite at Market Wines. Coming from esteemed winemaker Ben Glaetzer in a lesser known pocket of the Barossa valley called Langhorne Creek.

When most of the world fears floods, Langhorne Creek viticulturists welcome a good winter flood. The region is famous for flood irrigation, soaking the vines to sustain for the rest of the growing season. Located near to Adelaide Hills in South Australia, much of the grapes here go into bulk wine production but some producers see the value in the cooler climate region to produce wines with elegance and lifted aromatics.

Heartland 2021 Stickleback

SKU: 726050
Regular price $18.85
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COUNTRY: Australia

REGION: Langhorne Creek

VARIETAL: Red Blend

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FORMAT: 750 ML

Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz meet two Italian varietals: Lagrein and Dolcetto, to create a round, spicy Australian blend. This plucky wine is a shop favourite, it punches well above its weight class delivering drinkers incredible taste and value. Plush dark fruit, tantalizing spice and round tannin make this a versatile food wine. This the perfect wine to keep on hand for an impromptu game night!

The Heartland wines are a favourite at Market Wines. Coming from esteemed winemaker Ben Glaetzer in a lesser known pocket of the Barossa valley called Langhorne Creek.

When most of the world fears floods, Langhorne Creek viticulturists welcome a good winter flood. The region is famous for flood irrigation, soaking the vines to sustain for the rest of the growing season. Located near to Adelaide Hills in South Australia, much of the grapes here go into bulk wine production but some producers see the value in the cooler climate region to produce wines with elegance and lifted aromatics.