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Sizzling New Scores for The Flagships

ws insiderThe Two Hands Flagship Series wines represent the vary finest selection of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache made by the winery each vintage. Now, hot-of-the-presses reviews from the Wine Spectator confirm that the 2010 releases are outstanding! Here are the reviews from editor-at-large and Australia expert Harvey Steiman, released April 17 in the Wine Spectator Insider:

Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley-McLaren Vale Ares 2010
97 points | $199 | 1,100 cases made
Vivid raspberry, boysenberry, cream and spice flavors mix smoothly
as they play against refined tannins in this aristocratic Shiraz,
letting its finish play out gracefully. Gripping in its depth and ease
of expression. Drink now through 2020. From Australia.—H.S

Two Hands Cabernet Sauvignon Barossa Valley Aphrodite 2010
93 points | $199 | 150 cases made
Ripe, opulent and pointedly focused, layering red berry, black
cherry, roasted herb and chocolate flavors on a supple texture,
lingering effortlessly against polished tannins. Drink now through

Two Hands Grenache Barossa Valley Aerope 2010
92 points | $134 | 150 cases made
Rich and expressive, with some restraint to the structure that
allows the gently spicy plum and pomegranate flavors to glide
smoothly and linger enticingly. Drink now through 2018.—H.S.

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