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Henry's Seven 2003 from Henschke

A fantastic red wine from a great producer. I discovered this one in the Corkscrew winestore in Dublin.

Grape varieties:
Shiraz 67%
Grenache 28%
Viognier 5%

Recommended vintages:
2004 (Great) - drink in 2006-2008
2003 (Great) - drink in 2006
2002 (Exceptional) - drink in 2007
2001 (Excellent) - drink in 2006

This wine is very deep color with intense fruit aromas (plums and raspberries) and oak. The texture is smooth, the white grape (Viognier) giving great silkiness, structured with nice tannins and a good long finish.
This wine has been sealed with a Stelvin screw cap to prevent cork taint and give ultimate freshness.

Ég er klár í sopa af þessu gæðavíni anytime.

kv. ÓliG

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