$159.99 per bottle
$159.99 per bottle
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A true star in the Penfolds range of super premium red wines. St Henri is a red wine lovers red wine. The Shiraz for St Henri is selected for subtlety and elegance and the finished wine has the structure complexity for extended bottle maturation. The 2004 is presented here in a limited 1.5L magnum bottle.
This 2004 Penfolds St Henri Shiraz washes up through your mouth in a blaze of musk and violets, its pure sweet fruitiness silken and lingering ...
Vintage: 2004 Score: 96 points
It is broody, almost saturnine, with hints of dark chocolate, liquorice and crushed violet. The palate is masculine and structure, a demonstrative St. Henri with an obdurate structure, a vaulted backbone that keeps the fruit linear and strict until it eventual decides to mellow. It unreservedly veers to the more Bordeaux-like St. Henri, but to be frank, it is rather impenetrable now and needs at least a decade before it entertains the notion of drinkability. Even then, it might tell you to bugger off, because that is the personality of this wine.
Vintage: 2004 Score: 94+ points
St. Henri always makes a statement and rarely disappoints. The 2004 is up there with the best and is starting to hit its groove. A big, dark-fruited, flavour-crammed monster with cedary oak and firm but fine tannins. Penfolds might be the safe choice, but rarely one that is not immensely appreciated.
Vintage: 2004 David Haseltine
Source: Dan Murphy's Fine Wine Specialist
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