Head High Red Blend 2014 | A magnum for less than the price of a bottle!
Head High Red Blend 2014 is bright ruby/purple in color. A nose of blueberry cobbler, ripe raspberry, cherry compote, and toasty oak. Rich and soft on the palate with ripe tannins, a full body, and flavors of cassis, mocha, blackberry, and clove. From Head High Wines.
WE91 Editors’ Choice | Beautifully concentrated and rich Head High Red Blend 2014 is so dense with black fruit and dark chocolate flavors that it’s almost chewy. Blended from nine grape varieties, it has a wealth of fine-grained tannins and feels velvety in texture, while the powerful, layered flavors linger on the finish.
Phenomenal 2014 Rutherford Vintage
Head High Wines has been a smash hit with Wine Access clients, so the winery knew exactly who to call when it came time to offer the last of their 2014 Head High Red Blend magnums — their final vintage of this wine — which we are offering for an amazing 52% off! Founder Bill Price’s Pinot Noir credentials include Kosta Browne, Kistler, Lutum, and Gary Farrell wineries, but at Head High, he and his partner Sam Spencer turn out some of the juiciest and most satisfying red blends we have tasted.
Consisting of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Malbec, and a sprinkling of other varieties, the 2014 Head High Red Blend wine is ripe and concentrated, and in magnum format, is our definition of a grilling season no-brainer. Don’t delay on a Wine Access client favorite: $19.99 Magnums — less than the price of a 750ml!
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The Head High Red Blend 2014 is composed of Cabernet Sauvignon, Grenache, Malbec, Tempranillo, and other dark-fruited red grapes. While the wine is sourced partially from Bill Price’s coveted Durell Vineyard and winemaker Sam Spencer’s Madder Lake plot. Most notably having precisely everything we want in a spring and summertime grill wine. As a result, rich and dense, with a sturdy tannic backbone, smoothed out by 10 months in French oak. Yet complex enough to keep you intrigued at every sip, but juicy enough to be gulped down without ceremony. Most importantly, the 1,500 mL bottle is big enough to attract friends and to serve as a hedge against coming up short.
While we have been saying this ever since the raves about the 2014 vintage were mere whispers. Finally, stock up on as much as you can. Chances like this one don’t come along every day. Furthermore, Head High Wines is showing real love to our clients by offering magnums for more than 52% off SRP. There is simply no good reason not to stock up for grilling season. You — and the friends who seem to materialize whenever a magnum is uncorked — will be glad you did.