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More Outstanding Reviews for Two Hands Wines from the Wine Spectator Insider

Wine Spectator Insider, Two Hands earns eleven 92+ point ratings and stunning reviews from MaryAnn Worobiec:

95 points: Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Secret Block Single Vineyard Wildlife Road Moppa Hills 2015

Concentrated and powerful, plump and velvety, with rich gingerbread and black walnut overtones to the core of dark fruit flavors. A whiff of briny black olive lends a savory side. Shows plenty of power on the long finish. Drink now through 2030.”

95 points: Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Wazza’s Block Single Vineyard Seppeltsfield Road 2015

Expressive, powerful and distinctive, with plenty of torque to the smoky overtones of sandalwood, white pepper and black walnut. Offers huckleberry and blueberry flavors at the core. Finds tremendous presence and harmony on the finish. Drink now through 2030.”

94 points: Two Hands Cabernet Sauvignon Barossa Valley Aphrodite 2014

Powerful and bold, with wave after wave of flavor, from the initial cassis and huckleberry notes to the creamy vanilla, milk chocolate and dried mint elements. Everything comes together on a harmonious, intense finish. The tannins never get in the way. Drink now through 2030.”

93 points: Two Hands Grenache Barossa Valley Aerope 2014

Plush raspberry coulis, marzipan, black cherry and kirsch flavors and pure, juicy and ripe, with accents of cinnamon, clove, milk chocolate and toasted rye bread. Generous and expressive, especially on the long finish. Drink now through 2030.”

93 points: Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Ares 2014

Massive, dense and concentrated, with espresso, dark chocolate and dried herb flavors that work with the wall of dense tannins and the concentrated flavors of cassis and blackberry. Remains tight, with gravelly tannins on the finish, showing glimpses of a terrific wine that needs time to unwind. Best after 2020.”

93 points: Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Bella’s Garden 2015

Dark and dense, with blackberry- and licorice- scented plum flavors, accented by details of espresso, cacao, sage and clay. A distinctive juicy thread runs through the core. Firm finish. Drink now through 2030.”

93 points: Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Coach House Block Single Vineyard Seppeltsfield Road Greenock 2015

Plush, with juicy, chocolate-covered cherry, plum compote and cumin accents set on a thick frame. Earl Grey tea and sarsaparilla notes crescendo on the finish, leaving a spicy detail lingering. Drink now through 2030.”

93 points: Shiraz Barossa Valley Holy Grail Single Vineyard Seppeltsfield Road 2015

Firm and dense, with a thread of minerality running through the dried cherry and cranberry flavors. Aromatic details of ginger, chai tea and toast linger on the finish. Ends on a juicy note. Drink now through 2030.”

 

92 points: Two Hands Brave Faces Barossa Valley 2015

The black licorice, anise and black tea notes are effusive, adding complexity to the core of blueberry and wild blackberry flavors. Detailed, juicy and bright, with a touch of sage lingering. Grenache, Mourvèdre and Shiraz. Drink now through 2030.”

92 points: Two Hands Shiraz Clare Valley Samantha’s Garden 2015

Rich and polished, featuring fleshy tannins and a thick blend of cherry, wild blackberry and plum notes at the core. Espresso and baking spice details gain momentum on the finish, with accents of roasted herbs lingering. Drink now through 2027.”

92 points: Two Hands Shiraz McLaren Vale Angels’ Share 2015

Thick and lush, offering indulgent flavors of dark chocolate, espresso, marzipan, vanilla and blackberry syrup. Stylish and harmonious, with velvety tannins and spicy accents that linger on the impressive finish. Drink now through 2027.”

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