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One of Australia's true great wine treasures, Henschke produce a range of wines that are the envy of most. Keyneton Estate is often the first premium wine from this most famous of producers that people try. As such, the attention to detail and meticulous craftsmanship of this wine is a testament to the vision and passion of Stephen and Prue Henschke.
Great result for the 2009 vintage. Warm spices. Warm blackberried fruit. Redcurrant brightness. Tight, mature tannin. Terrific concentration. Length for as far as the tannin will allow it. Looks a real goodun'.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 93+ points
Source: The Wine Front
Despite making wines at far higher prices, more detail at Henschke goes into this wine than almost any other. Embraces the house style of power, concentration and brilliantly balanced structural integrity. The complete dinner party prestige wine.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 92 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Excellent colour with cassis, blackberry and plum fruit, which sets the scene for the very appealing palate, awash with fruit yet tied together by the ripe spicy/savoury tannins.
Vintage: 2008 Score: 95 points
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