<10 tasting notes
A cult classic, cellar door only, made from Shiraz from the famous Hill of Grace vineyard, but from vines which are considered as still too young to make that iconic wine, though that still makes them older than found in many flagship wines. The Henschkes loved the 2010 vintage and see characters in this wine which link it to Hill of Grace, characters they have not encountered in previous vintages (perhaps the vines are maturing into an age where they might be considered for HoG). Intense aromatics, more red fruits than in some of their wines. Roast meat notes, some choc/cherry characters and vanillin touches. Good oak, but it did seem as though it was still in the process of integration. This is more primal than many of their wines. High quality, though.
Best drinking: leave it for a decade and then drink over the next couple.
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