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Heartland Spice Trader, Langhorne Creek Award Winning

Heartland Spice Trader, Langhorne Creek 2013



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Product details

  • Winemaker

    Ben Glaetzer
  • Variety

  • This is a very dark glass of juicy and delicious red.

    A burst of intense primary fruit greets the palate with blueberries, blackberries and currants with underlying notes of exotic spice. This is a rich and powerful wine with amazing concentration and intensity.

    The value for money here is outstanding, bravo Ben Glaetzer!

  • Alcohol

  • When to drink

    Can be drunk now but will keep very well
  • Bottle

  • Style

    Richly Textured & Full Bodied Red
    • Screwcap
    • Vegan

Press ReviewPress

Simply stunning - a deceptively smooth, seductive charmer, with full-blooded, warming and enticing style, which should keep the ghosts and ghoulies at bay. This has to be one of the very best value Australian reds around, so snap it up quick. It’s made by legendary wine producer Ben Glaetzer, and just oozes velvety richness. Jam-packed with juicy, dark, ripe, luscious dark berry fruit, and as the name suggests, sprinkled with an edge of smooth spice, This glorious red won a coveted silver in this year’s International Wine Challenge and I’d challenge anyone to find a better Aussie red at this price. Hang on to a few bottles for Bonfire night too!

Angela MountBath Chronicle - October 2015

This wine won two trophies at last year’s The Great Australian Red competition in Adelaide. It took home the trophy for best Shiraz-dominant wine and also best wine AUD$20 and under. I was over the moon when I heard that it was going to be shipped to the UK. Only a handful of people have seen this wine so far and everyone is completely gob-smacked when they taste it and then find out the price. Ben Glaetzer is a brilliant winemaker but it really impresses me when he can turn on the full-beam-charm at this price. The name says it all – the tasting note is written on the label so I don’t have to repeat it. Buy this wine and tell me that Australia doesn’t make the greatest value red wines on earth.

Matthew Jukes Top 100 Australian Wines 2014 - 2012 vintage

Best Wine Under $20, Best Shiraz Dominant Blend (of any price), Gold Medal - 2012 vintage

2013 Great Australian Red Competition


The Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon are fermented separately with specific parcels included for their ability to offer greater complexity and character. Time in barrel permits a softening of the wine’s structure. It also offers a complex expression of the fruit and helps the exotic notes of spice to be discovered.


IWC 2015

  • Vintage

  • Producer

    Heartland Wines
  • Additional Varieties

    Cabernet Sauvignon
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