Both the Sangiovese and the Shiraz are sourced from the same vineyard in the Barossa Valley. Located above the valley floor and at the north eastern edge the Hage fruit is an excellent example not only of why the Barossa is renowned for Shiraz, but also how it displays the region's versatility with alternative varieties such as the Tuscan native Sangiovese. The 14 year old vines are rooted in sandy to brown clay and ironstone. The result? A typically vibrant, juice-fuelled drop for the team that bought you Naked on Rollerskates, Monsters Attack, Double Love trouble etc.