Henschke 2014 Hill of Grace Vineyard Shiraz (Eden Valley)

Cellar Selection

This vintage was one of the smallest on record for Henschke's most famous wine, and it was a challenging one at that. While currently showcasing more vegetal, oak-derived notes than in previous years, this is nevertheless a multifaceted wine brimming with personality. Fruit aromas of currant and plum whisper compared with the green olive, beetroot, grilled artichoke, za'atar, and rose petal nuances. The palate is harmonious, silky in texture and wound with fine, filigree tannins. Pristine fruit and focused acidity peep through the cracks. Drink now–2040. Christina Pickard

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    750 ml
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    Negociants USA–Winebow
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