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Henschke ‘Hill of Grace’ Shiraz - Museum Release
The 1991 Shiraz Hill of Grace Keyneton Vineyard is the most backward of the Henschke wines, with an earthy minerality, and explosive black fruits the likes of which are often seen in northern Rhone Valley wines made from ancient vines. This huge, broodingly backward, muscular, brawny, immensely concentrated yet formidably endowed wine requires another 4-5 years of cellaring; it should keep for 15-20 years. These are awesome examples of what Australia is capable of producing. 95 points - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Deep crimson with garnet hues. Complex and attractive aromas of dark berry fruits, ripe plum, liquorice, sweet mint and exotic spices. The palate is rich, complex and pure with seductive plum and spice flavours, velvety tannins and a long and lively finish. Delicate and
elegant – drinking beautifully with age. Drink now to 2030. - Winemakers Note
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