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2018 Henschke Henry's Seven

Bottle (75 cl - Standard)

€45.30 €45.00
Tax included
Appearence Appearence
crimson with violet hues
Scent Scent
abundant in red berries, black cherry and plummy notes supported by violets, anise, sage and cracked pepper
Taste Taste
vibrant and rich with plum and red currant flavours with hints of anise and pepper followed by a lingering aftertaste

The Henschke family has been making wine since Johann Christian Henschke planted a small vineyard at Keyneton in 1862. Nowadays the vineyards spread in the rolling hills of Eden Valley and the wet, steep slopes of Lenswood in the Adelaide Hills. The vines are over 150 years old, among the oldest in the world. Their philosophy is a holistic one – to ensure a healthy balance between vineyards and the natural landscape.

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