Barossa Vineyards: Henschke

Does the Barossa Valley ring a bell? This wine region, one of the world's largest, is located one hour north of Adelaide. For 150 years the Barossa has produced quality wine which now accounts for more than 20% of Australian wine production. The oldest Shiraz vines in the world are in the region. The wines of the Barossa are often compared to those of Bordeaux (France), Napa Valley (USA) or Tuscany (Italy). During our stay we visited three vineyards.
The first of them, the Henschke family estate, has been producing wine since 1861. The most famous are the Hill of Grace and Mount Edelstone, two iconic red wines which have been awarded nationally and internationally. The second has even been recognized three times as the best Syrah in the world by International Wine and Spirit Competition. The best way to soak up the place is to join a VIP Tour & Tasting. After visiting the heart of Hill of Grace vineyard, you can access the old buildings where wine is produced. The tour concludes with a private tasting of the best wines from the cellar. A taste experience that is thrilling enough, for the novices or the finest connoisseurs! At Henschke they are passionate and proud to produce wine of exceptional quality and as visitors we are leaving the place absolutely delighted by this discovery. The experience of Henschke wines continues on twitter. Feel free to share with the world and upload your most memorable #henschkemoment.

iPhoneography Oz was a guest of Henschke.

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