One of South Australia’s oldest wineries and esteemed winemakers, Henschke, are hosting a never to be repeated experience as part of Tasting Australia.
On April 12 The Great Henschke Vintage Dinner will be taking place in Keyneton. Guests will head to the Barossa Valley to taste two of Henschke’s most sought after and collectible wines in an intimate dining experience.
As harvest of the ancient vines at the Hill of Grace vineyard is called, a preview of the 2014 Hill of Grace, 2013 Hill of Roses and 2015 Mounth Edelstone wines is offered, alongside a suite of museum vintages.
That’s not all, you can experience a one-off collaboration menu with Italian star Antonia Klugmann and Adelaide’s Paul Baker from the Botanic Gardens Restaurant.
Museum wines that will be present is the Hill of Grace 2002, and Mount Edelstone 1992/1999/2006. As well as Hill of Peace Semillon 2014, only the second white release from the Hill of Grace Vineyard, Cyril Henschke 2013 and other liquid treasures from the family cellar.
A special visit to Hill of Grace vineyard is also on the cards, where you may be the first to taste the Hill of Grace 2019 in the making.
Definitely a rare experience for wine connoisseurs and tickets are getting picked up quickly. Transport options available as part of your ticket, from the Adelaide CBD and Barossa. Tickets are $950 per person. Book here.
That’s not all of their involvement with the festival. Henschke are also collaborating with Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant for a Tasting Australia dinner.
Indulge in an inspired five course meal prepared by Chef Jin Choi of Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant matched to pioneering Henschke wines. Sixth generation Henschke family member, Justine Henschke, will also be hosting the evening and speaking of the ancestors to which each wine is attributed.
Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant and Henschke: A Pioneering History will take place on April 11 at Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant, 74 Mount Lofty Summit Road, Crafers. Book tickets here.