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Henschke 2016 Henry's Seven and the Slab of Baby Backs!

Hello Friends,As many of you have probably experienced in the age of the coronavirus pandemic, visits to the local grocer aren’t about what you want but rather what’s available. At my neighborhood grocer, fresh seafood is always accessible, but poultry, pork, and beef are limited and oftentimes sold out. After picking up some halibut and flounder fillets at the fresh seafood counter recently, I strolled past the meat department and spotted a lone slab of baby back ribs that had my name written all over it. Lucky me, right?! Within 30 seconds of putting the ribs in my shopping basket, I knew what I was having for dinner the next day, as well as which wine would complete the meal. 
My pick: Henschke 2016 Henry's Seven. Henschke was established in 1868 and is a sixth-generation, family-owned winery with more than a century and a half of grape-growing and winemaking experience. Their Henry’s Seven bottling pays tribute to Mr. Henry Evans, who planted the first vineyard of seven acres i…

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