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Posts from the ‘Barossa’ Category

Gnarly Dudes Through The Years

Gnarly Dudes is named for the old Barossa Valley vines that stand around all lifetime long looking like soldiers ready to be led into battle. Year in and year out they throw a crop of beautiful fruit that is tamed and put into the bottle. Here, Michael Twelftree explores the wine across several vintages, reaching all the way back to 2003.

Bella’s Cracks Spectator Top Ten, Again!

The 2010 Bella’s Garden was just announced as the No. 3 Wine in the Wine Spectator Top 100! This now marks the 10th consecutive year that Two Hands has made the list. No other winery in the world has ever accomplished that feat; that is a true testament of “Quality Without Compromise”!

Dispatch from the Barossa Valley

Just in from the Barossa Valley: Construction of the new deck at the winery nearly complete…

We are getting very close to completion now, the timber has been laid and oiled, the stairs are almost in and there is even a door leading out from the Cellar Door to the deck now.

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