The Vinden Headcase Rosé 2021

A wacky blend that is spot on for lovers of dry, savoury Rosé
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Primary Notes: Strawberry, Cherry, Cranberry

Secondary Notes: Toffee, Oak

Tertiary Notes:

Body: Medium

Dryness: Very Dry

Acidity: High

Tannin: Medium -

Alcohol (%): 12.5

Origin: Hunter Valley, Australia


Grape: Tempranillo

Fermentation: Organic, Biodynamic Slight Wood

Awards: Underrated!

Decanting: < 30 minutes

Serving Temperature: Best served at 6–8 degrees.

Asian Food Pairing: Bánh Xèo (Crispy Vietnamese Pancake), fried spring rolls, Szechuan cold noodles

Western Food Pairing: Lasagna, tacos, grilled vegetables


The Vinden Headcase Rosé 2021

The Vinden Headcase Rosé is the product of a pursuit for classic pale, dry Rosé made famous from the South of France. A wacky blend that is undeniably excellent. Spice and juicy red fruits are cut through by racy acidity. This is spot on for lovers of modern, dry, savoury Rosé. 

"Nothing screams summer quite like a smashable Rosé!" — Angus Vinden. 

A blend of Tempranillo, Shiraz, Mataro and Semillon with some lees from the Vinden Chardonnay barrels lending a bit of an X-factor to the final wine. The fruit comes from Inglewood, Somerset, Vinden and Tawarri Vineyards across the Hunter Valley.

Multiple ferments in stainless steel, seasoned French oak barrels and concrete eggs are blended together.

Young Angus Vinden is the owner/winemaker of this much-loved Hunter Valley winery. Having taken the reins from his father just a few years ago, Gus is reimagining his family's wine label with a string of exciting, modern wines coming out of his cellar.


Ageing potential: Drink until 2023.