Purple Hands Wines
When two good mates get together, one being one of Australia’s most experienced winemaker and the other in possession of an insatiable passion for wine, the inevitable had to happen and Purple Hands Wines came to be in 2006. From humble beginnings and a first vintage of 1,000 bottles, Craig Stansborough and Mark Slade have steered Purple Hands to become a highly regarded and exciting artisan Barossa winemaker.
At the 2019 Barossa Wine Show, Purple Hands Wines were awarded 8 gold medals and 2 trophies, including ‘Most Outstanding Small Winemaker’.
Circa 1880 PF Zimmerman planted Grenache, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon vines on his family property ‘Woodlands’ situated on the outskirts of Lyndoch.
A medium to full-bodied textured palate with cola and brick dust, hints of whole bunch poking through, this elegant and complex Barossa Shiraz will age gracefully over many years.
Sourced from an ancient vineyard in Barossa's south, this exceptional Grenache is bound to please!
Produced from just 468 Cabernet Sauvignon vines planted circa 1880
A beautifully presented 3 pack of Wines from Purple Hands' Planta Circa series.
The Purple Hands team have asked to help out with selling some wine initially destined for export.
The last offer – a Mataro Shiraz - sold out in 5 hours, so we suggest you be super quick to grab a dozen bottles of this tasty Barossa Shiraz for just $199 including delivery to any address in Australia.