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Henschke Hill of Grace Museum Release Shiraz 1990

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    Over 165 years ago Johann Christian Henschke came from Silesia to settle and farm in the Eden Valley region. By the time third-generation Paul Alfred Henschke took over the reins in 1914, the famous Hill of Grace vines were more than 50 years old. They were planted around the 1860s by an ancestor, Nicolaus Stanitzki, in rich alluvial soil in a shallow fertile valley just north-west of the winery. The red-brown earth grading to deep silty loam has excellent moisture-holding capacity for these dry-grown vines, which sit at an altitude of 400m, with an average rainfall of 520mm. Hill of Grace is a unique, delineated, historic single vineyard that lies opposite a beautiful old Lutheran church which is named after a picturesque region in Silesia called Gnadenberg, meaning Hill of Grace. Cyril Henschke made the first single-vineyard shiraz wine from this vineyard in 1958 from handpicked grapes vinified in traditional open-top fermenters.

    Henschke Hill of Grace Museum Release Shiraz 1990 is a dark crimson colour with red brick hues. Hints of concentrated, sweet, dark plums fruits blended with nuances of leather, blackberry, oak, and five spice. Velvety fine tannins provide the perfect balance with the plush, ripe plum fruits across the complex yet elegant finish. 

    The Finer Details
    Style - Red Wine
    Varietal - Shiraz
    Country - Australia
    Region - Eden Valley, South Australia
    Vintage - 1990
    Bottle Size - 750ml
    ABV - 13.5%