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HenschkeThe Rose Grower Nebbiolo 750ml
<p>They say,</p><p><span>Pale garnet in colour with brick-red hues. Fragrant aromas of red cherry, pomegranate, dried cranberry and spicy orange rind with floral notes of rosehip and nettle. The savoury and complex palate is layered with tart red fruit , charcuterie, hints of anise and Campari and fine, firm tannins, balanced by minerality and fresh acidity for a long and textural finish.</span></p><p><span>Fermented on skins for up to 36 days and matured in 100% seasoned French hogsheads for 10 months prior to blending and bottling</span></p><p>&nbsp;<span>It is believed that the name nebbiolo is derived from the Italian word nebbia, meaning fog. The Henschke nebbiolo vines have been planted on rocky soils on an elevated, foggy, north-facing slope at the source of the North Para River, at the top of the range overlooking the village of Eden Valley. The wine is named after the pioneering Roesler family, who managed the property as a dairy for generations. In the German language, Roesler is an occupational name for ‘rose grower’.</span></p>
$45.90
single
$137.7$110.00
3 pack

They say,

Pale garnet in colour with brick-red hues. Fragrant aromas of red cherry, pomegranate, dried cranberry and spicy orange rind with floral notes of rosehip and nettle. The savoury and complex palate is layered with tart red fruit , charcuterie, hints of anise and Campari and fine, firm tannins, balanced by minerality and fresh acidity for a long and textural finish.

Fermented on skins for up to 36 days and matured in 100% seasoned French hogsheads for 10 months prior to blending and bottling

 It is believed that the name nebbiolo is derived from the Italian word nebbia, meaning fog. The Henschke nebbiolo vines have been planted on rocky soils on an elevated, foggy, north-facing slope at the source of the North Para River, at the top of the range overlooking the village of Eden Valley. The wine is named after the pioneering Roesler family, who managed the property as a dairy for generations. In the German language, Roesler is an occupational name for ‘rose grower’.

Style
Red Blend
Varietal
Nebbiolo
Region
Hawke's Bay
Country
Australia
ABV
14%%
Container
Bottle
<p>They say,</p><p><span>Pale garnet in colour with brick-red hues. Fragrant aromas of red cherry, pomegranate, dried cranberry and spicy orange rind with floral notes of rosehip and nettle. The savoury and complex palate is layered with tart red fruit , charcuterie, hints of anise and Campari and fine, firm tannins, balanced by minerality and fresh acidity for a long and textural finish.</span></p><p><span>Fermented on skins for up to 36 days and matured in 100% seasoned French hogsheads for 10 months prior to blending and bottling</span></p><p>&nbsp;<span>It is believed that the name nebbiolo is derived from the Italian word nebbia, meaning fog. The Henschke nebbiolo vines have been planted on rocky soils on an elevated, foggy, north-facing slope at the source of the North Para River, at the top of the range overlooking the village of Eden Valley. The wine is named after the pioneering Roesler family, who managed the property as a dairy for generations. In the German language, Roesler is an occupational name for ‘rose grower’.</span></p>

They say,

Pale garnet in colour with brick-red hues. Fragrant aromas of red cherry, pomegranate, dried cranberry and spicy orange rind with floral notes of rosehip and nettle. The savoury and complex palate is layered with tart red fruit , charcuterie, hints of anise and Campari and fine, firm tannins, balanced by minerality and fresh acidity for a long and textural finish.

Fermented on skins for up to 36 days and matured in 100% seasoned French hogsheads for 10 months prior to blending and bottling

 It is believed that the name nebbiolo is derived from the Italian word nebbia, meaning fog. The Henschke nebbiolo vines have been planted on rocky soils on an elevated, foggy, north-facing slope at the source of the North Para River, at the top of the range overlooking the village of Eden Valley. The wine is named after the pioneering Roesler family, who managed the property as a dairy for generations. In the German language, Roesler is an occupational name for ‘rose grower’.

HenschkeThe Rose Grower Nebbiolo 750ml
$45.90
single
0
$137.70
$110.00
3 pack
0
Subtotal
$0.00
Style
Red Blend
Varietal
Nebbiolo
Region
Hawke's Bay
Country
Australia
ABV
14%%
Container
Bottle
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