if you dare.


Over the dark shadowy surrounds, the aerial acrobatic show performed by the conspiracy of Ravens brings the true Colour of Raven. In the light of the moon they are dancing in the night sky.

The Colour of Raven wine can change from jet black to a purple, bluish tinge and a dark red in various lights, just like the feathers of the Raven. The deepest dark colour is brought about by a rich Cabernet Sauvignon grape from the Limestone Coast in South Australia, delivering blackcurrant fruit on the nose. Ageing in oak barrels gives this wine a complexity of eucalyptus and herbaceous flavours on the palate. Partake if you dare.


It's time to add another colour to your wine rainbow: Black.

First things first: Black wine isn't black because of food colouring or some sort of food science trickery. Blue wine, for example, gets its blue colour from anthocyanin, a pigment found in grape skins, and indigotine, a dye extracted from plants.

But black wine is just very dark red wine. When you pour it, its legs – the streaks that appear on the inside of the glass – will appear red, but if you put your hand under the glass and look down, it will appear inky and completely opaque.

Now is the perfect time for black wine – a dark wine for thinking dark thoughts. Look deep into your glass and you'll feel like you're staring into the abyss.



Colour of Raven

Black Wine

Colour of Raven Black Wine is available by the bottle or case of 12 for purchase online.


Please enter your name.
Please enter a valid phone number.
Please enter a message.