Wine Henschke, Keyneton Estate "Euphonium" Shiraz, 2013
Reviews of purchase Henschke, Keyneton Estate "Euphonium" Shiraz, 2013
Wine garnet-red color.
Silky taste of wine is filled with notes of dark fruit, spice and dark chocolate, soft tannins. Aftertaste - long, with notes of licorice, vanilla and oak.
The wine has a pleasant fruity aroma with notes of undergrowth.
The wine goes well with meat sauce or grilled.
Wine Keyneton Estate "Euphonium" dedicated to brass band music "Henschke Family Brass Band", which was organized by Henschke family. It took a long time, but this musical ensemble still exists. It is noteworthy that even today you can hear the sound of instruments, carefully restored Henschke family. Especially interesting is the B-flat baritone (euphonium) - bass instrument family tube, after which the wine is called "Euphonium." This tool was made on the famous factory Zimmermann in Leipzig. Baritone different from their modern counterparts in music shop more sophisticated and refined sound.
Vintage 2010 was created from a small crop varieties Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, harvested in early spring in the vineyards of the Barossa Valley and Eden. Vinification and aging of each variety were separated, and the blend was prepared just before bottling.
Henschke - one of the oldest wineries in South Australia, whose history began in the nineteenth century, when Johann Christian Henschke moved to Australia to escape religious persecution in Germany, and founded his first vineyard in a small town Keyneton. Since then, there were five generations of the family, and each carried a different knowledge, experience and love for winemaking, strengthening the reputation of the estate. Stephen Henschke - representative of the 4th generation family wine - wine made famous "Hill of Grace", to conquer the world of wine. The grapes for the production of this wine is grown on the most expensive and the best plots of land.
Henschke area of vineyards located in the Adelaide Hills and in the Eden Valley, is 150 hectares. Adelaide Hills has a very favorable climate for growing grapes: with enough cool spring and hot Australian summer, grapes reach full maturity. Vineyards in Eden Valley are located at an altitude of 400-500 meters above sea level, which helps the grapes to develop bright varietal characteristics. Henschke Winery pays special attention to the production of red wines, which provided the company respect and a high reputation among winemakers. Wine House Henschke produces deep, incredibly fruity, full-bodied wine that can surprise even the most experienced palates.