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90+ Reviews for Two Hands in Wine Spectator

The April 30, 2015, Wine Spectator features 90+ reviews for a diverse quartet of Two Hands wines – the winery’s perennial Picture Series Shiraz favorites, Angels’ Share and Gnarly Dudes, as well as a Cab and a blend. Here are the reviews by the Spectator‘s longtime Australia expert, Editor-at-Large Harvey Steiman:

91  Two Hands Cabernet Sauvignon McLaren Vale Sexy Beast 2013
“Firm in texture, this savory style wraps a moderate grip of tannins around orange peel-accented black fruit and tar flavors, coming together on the focused, expressive and seductive finish. Drink now through 2020.” 

91  Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Gnarly Dudes 2013
“Earthy, meaty overtones weave through the jammy blackberry and spice flavors, persisting impressively. Needs time for the texture to open. Drink now through 2021.”

91  Two Hands Brave Faces Barossa Valley 2013
Fresh, vibrant and expressive, offering cherry, blackberry and toasted walnut flavors that blend artfully with the lively acidity, finishing with intensity and finesse. Grenache, Mataro and Shiraz. Drink now through 2021.”

90  Two Hands Shiraz McLaren Vale Angels’ Share 2013
“Dense and spicy, with a core of concentrated blackberry and plum flavors playing against fine tannins and licorice overtones. Best from 2016 through 2021.”

More reviews of Two Hands and Twelftree wines can be found here.

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