The 2007 vintage was characterized by the drought affecting much of Australia, delivering a very small crop with tiny, concentrated berries. The end result is a wine of immense quality, very similar to the fabulous 2006.The color of 2007 Ned & Henry's is deep red with a purple hue. The aroma is distinctively Barossa Valley: black and red, ripe fruits with a solid, concentrated core. Matured in only French oak, the fruit is interwoven with pepper, nutmeg and clove. The seamless class of perfectly ripe fruit and French oak is a stand-out here. The palate structure of Ned & Henry's delivers in every aspect of the brief. The fruit flavors are full and concentrated yet soft and supple. The tannins are gentle yet persistent and completely mold into the wine. Ned & Henry's is most definitely full-bodied: chocolate, blackberry and dark-earth characters. Yet the wine has great balance and poise and carries that signature called 'drinkability'.
the 2006 was incredible. I don't think the 2007 will come close and in any case is too young to drink now. Wait until 2011' maybe