22 DEGREE HALO / Riverland, SA


A 22 degree halo is a visual moon ring, and according to folklore warns of forecoming climatic change. These stepping stone wines bring together grapes which originate from cooler European regions, with adaptive grape varieties well reputed to making great wines in our warm Australian climate. Grown in South Australia’s Riverland and produced by the forward thinking alternative varieties champion Ashley Ratcliffe, these are wines for our changing times.

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  • 22 Degree Halo Kaleidoscope of Mayhem white 2021

    $ 22.00 incl. GST

    Grassy Savvy B meets the aromatic lift of Zibbibo with perky Riesling and textural Fiano. In all, fun juice well made for dropping in the esky and taking to the park over the summer months. Gluggable park wine with interest and focus.

  • 22 Degree Halo Rose 2021

    $ 22.00 incl. GST

    Grenache, Mataro and Nero d’Avola, blended to an ultra pale orange-tinged shade of pink.  Tangy, lip smacking and bursting with flavour, watermelon juice, blood orange, summer flowers, loads of flavour and a bigger body than the light colour suggests.  A great pairing with barbecued vegetables and meats, curries, and any warm climate inspired dining, another ripping release from Ash and team.

  • 22 Degree Halo Red 2021

    $ 22.00 incl. GST

    A kaleidoscopic blend of Sjhiraz, Lambreusco, Montepulciano and Tinta Ciada.  So many dimensions, a fun and juicy red for park guzzling, backed with some proper interest, complexities and a savoury inky tannic line through its middle.  So much interest and personality at this price point.

  • Winter 2021 Mixed Dozen

    $ 265.00 incl. GST

    Leaning towards reds here, we’re running the spectrum from juiciness courtesy of 22 Degree Halo, to mid week quaffers in Baron Léopold’s delicious Bordeaux red. We’ve some bright Italian flavours through Insieme Primitivo, Intrigo Negroamaro and Greenstone’s excellent 2017 Sangiovese release, plus a couple of lovely fireside contenders in Schwarz Meta Shiraz and Lenton Brae Lady Douglas Cabernet.

    The occasional moment calls for something other than red, so a Montfin rosé is perfect for when you’re eating spicy, and the Brackenwood Riesling and Lenton Brae Chardonnay both nicely textured and not out of place in these cooler months.

    Full price of this dozen is $330. We’re offering it at $265 with free delivery, a saving of 20%.

    Pack contains one bottle each:

    • Lenton Brae Lady Douglas Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
    • Schwarz Grower Shiraz 2019
    • Greenstone Estate Sangiovese 2017
    • Baron Leopold Bordeaux Red 2018
    • Insieme Primitivo del Salento 2019
    • Intrigo Negroamaro 2019
    • Swinging Bridge MAW Pinot Noir 2018
    • 22 Degree Halo Red Blend 2020
    • Greenstone Gusto Shiraz 2019
    • Brackenwood Riesling 2018
    • Lenton Brae Southside Chardonnay 2020
    • Chateau Montfin Corbieres Rosé 2018


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