‘Two Hands – a Down Under gem’
In the Marco Island Sun Times, wine column contributor Adamo Serravalle explores Australia’s winemaking history and present, and features Two Hands Wines as one of the country’s leading fine wine producers.
Two Hands has grown to be a clear market leader and is now sold in over 30 markets worldwide. From small beginnings, the winery has been able to manage its growth organically whilst maintaining an absolute quality focus.
Serravalle, co-owner of Marco Prime and DaVinci’s restaurants, focuses in on one of the winery’s classic bottlings, Bella’s Garden Shiraz:
This wine captures the attention with colors of deep dark red and a black core. It practically bursts out of the glass almost in a brooding, elegant manner with juicy red and black fruits with notes of five spice, earth, black pepper and sandalwood.
The palate rolls on and on with subtle chocolate and spice notes. A brilliant vintage of Barossa Valley Shiraz, yet it feels moody and tightly coiled.
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