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8 September 2015 News

Heartland wines sent out their monthly newsletter, “The Trader”, just in time for Labor Day weekend. In this edition of The Trader, Heartland shares Nick and Ben’s adventures travelling to the U.S., spicing it up at Vintus with the BBQ Dry Rub, the Spice Trade label winning awards, the latest 2013 scores and reviews, and lastly, details on the ‘Lake Doctor’. Click here to see the full September 2015 Edition.

 
16 July 2015 News, Videos

Nick Keukenmeester and Ben Glaetzer take on the VINTUS kitchen in Pleasantville, NY along with chef John Logsdon. The video, created with our brand new green screen room, is a great background piece on the Spice Trader dry rub that they’ve put together.

 

 
22nd May 2015 News

A recent article on Wine-searcher.com features Ben Glaetzer, brother Alex Glaetzer, and their many family businesses. Their family traditions of making wine was sure to stick with both Ben and Nick, but Ben always had a clear focus – making wine! “I started helping out in the winery and once immersed in the barrel room, I didn’t want to leave. I didn’t want anything to do with anything else from then on,” said Ben. To read the full article click here.

 
16 January 2015 News

Wine-Searcher’s article “A Damn Good Dozen – Best Value Wines Under $45” featured 6 whites and 6 reds with the best price-quality ratio. Number 1 on the list of red wines is Heartland’s Directors’ Cut Shiraz. You can check out the link here or on our Facebook and Twitter page.

 
18 August 2014 News

Check out the latest Heartlander “The Trader” newsletter. The 3rd Issue/August Edition features a recap of great recent scores for Spice Trader, Directors’ Cut Shiraz and a bunch of other outstanding news. Click here to take a look!

 
28 March 2014 News

The Heartland Spice Trader is the Wine Spectator’s ‘$15 to $30’ Daily Wine Pick on Saturday! With an 89 point score and a nice review below.

 

 

 
7 February 2014 News

CNN’s eatocracy featured and article on Ray Isle, Food & Wine’s executive wine editor, and his take on Cabernet Sauvignon being the most widely planted grape in the world. The article entitled “The world’s most popular wine grape is…” talks of Isle’s advice on which Cabernets to buy and his top bargain picks. On the list is Heartland’s 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon! Ray Isle comments, “Star Australian winemaker Ben Glaetzer makes this black currant–rich Cabernet with fruit from the warm Langhorne Creek, southeast of Adelaide. (Note: The 2012, which should be in the US soon, is also terrific)”. Click here to read the full article.

 

 
19 November 2013 News

With the new release of Heartland’s 2012 Spice Trader, The Great Australian Red, an important Australian wine challenge, awarded this Shiraz Cabernet blend 2 trophies! Spice Trader won The Get Wines Direct Trophy for The Best Wine Under $20 and The Amcor Closures Stelvin Trophy for The Best Shiraz-Dominant Blend. The Great Australian Red is a competition created by Australia’s Tyson Stelzer and the U.K.’s Matthew Jukes to showcase the best of Australia’s classic Shiraz-Cabernet Sauvignon blends. Click here to learn more about The Great Australian Red competition and 2013 results.

 
3 October 2013 News

Ray Isle wrote an article for CNN’s Eatocracy entitled “Wallet-Friendly Australian wines that aren’t Shiraz”.  Isle gives readers some great suggestions for “non-Shiraz Aussie values” he has come across. On the list is Heartland’s 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon, you can read his comments below or click here to read the full article.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010 Heartland Cabernet Sauvignon ($15)
“Made by Barossa winemaking star Ben Glaetzer using fruit from the Langhorne Creek region, this is classic Aussie Cabernet: deep cassis fruit, firm tannins and a hit of spice on the finish.”

 
19 June 2013 News

The 2013 Wine 100 Challenge in Shanghai, China that took place in mid-May, awarded Heartland Wines a gold medal, a trophy, and a bronze medal. The gold medal and ‘Best Shiraz’ trophy mantelpiece was given to the 2010 Director’s Cut Shiraz, while the bronze medal was for the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon. The 2013 judges panel consisted of several Masters of Wine such as Andrew Caillard, Jane Skilton and the Wine Advocate’s Lisa Perrotti-Brown Click here to read more.