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A blend mainly of Semillon with Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, this wine has a gorgeous scent of peach blossom, lemon and gooseberry; To drink, it's full bodied and bursting with tropical fruit flavours - passionfruit, melon, pineapple - but it never loses its crisp, refreshing character; Perfect with smoked fish or white meats
Perfect to enjoy now; However will keep for at least a further 5 years
Jay Miller - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate 01/02/2009
"The 2007 Tilly’s Vineyard is composed of 58% Semillon, 23% Sauvignon Blanc, and 19% Chardonnay aged for eight months in seasoned oak. Light straw-colored, it offers up a fragrant nose of citrus and melon leading to a medium-bodied wine with complex flavors, good acidity, and a lengthy finish. In style, it could easily pass for a quality Pessac-Leognan from Bordeaux. Henschke, one of Australia’s oldest and most renowned wineries continues to perform at a high level"
Henschke have been making wine in Australia since 1862 when Johann Christian Henschke planted a small vineyard at Keyneton in the Eden Valley. Nowadays, they are one of the greatest names in Australian winemaking and their wines (including the legendary Hill of Grace) are justly famous around the world. Still family owned, fifth-generation winemaker Stephen Henschke works with his wife Prue as viticulturist. In 2005, Stephen was inducted into the prestigious Wine and Spirit Magazine "Hall of Fame".
Jancis Robinson described the Barossa Valley as "Australia's quintessential wine region". Certainly, it's one of the country's oldest winegrowing areas, first cultivated in the 1840s. The Barossa Valley region from which Henschke sources their fruit stretches from Truro in the north down to Williamstown in the south. With an average elevation of 274m, it's considerably lower (and so generally warmer and sunnier) than the Eden Valley for which Henschke is more famous. As a region, its generally best known for its red wines and especially Shiraz. However, it can also be the source of excellent, full flavoured whites
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£186.00 per case
Equivalent to £15.50 per bottle
186 Clubcard Points
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Equivalent to £45.00 per bottle
270 Clubcard Points