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The New York Times features Two Hands Sexy Beast in Valentine’s Day Gift Guide



sexy-beast-e1516723085280.pngThe 2016 Two Hands Sexy Beast Cabernet Sauvignon was the only red wine featured in the New York Times 2018 Valentine’s Day Gift Guide.

Shivani Vora, LIfestyle writer for the Times, described the wine: “Named after the 2000 British crime film that earned Ben Kingsley an Oscar nomination, the Two Hands Sexy Beast cabernet is a boldly flavored Australian red wine with hints of lavender and spice. It certainly makes your intentions clear.”

The Two Hands Sexy Beast Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from several of the finest vineyards throughout the McLaren Vale and highlights how well the variety can grow in the appellation. With a suggested retail price of only $27, this wine is sure to delight both the taste buds and the pocket book.

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The Manual’s Thanksgiving Wine Choices

The Manual included Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Shiraz in their list of favorite wines to take to Thanksgiving dinner:

Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Shiraz Barossa Valley 2016

Named after the gnarly vines that produce the grapes and the Dude (yes, that Dude), this wine features a nose of blackberries and roasted meat while showing off a palate that is heavy with plum, tobacco smoke, and cedar. A great wine for bigger, bolder menu items. ($29)

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Chicago Tribune: Review of Australian Shiraz

Michael Austin of the Chicago Tribune listed a dozen Australian Shiraz to try, including the 2015 Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Shiraz:

2015 Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Barossa Valley Shiraz Blackberry, plum, spice, herbal qualities and bright acidity lead to a chocolatey finish in this wine, which clocked in at 14.2 percent alcohol. $30

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NY Daily News Cookout Pairings

The NY Daily News included Two Hands Angels’ Share in their rundown of wines to pair with cookouts:

Two Hands Angels’ Share 2015 Shiraz 

Purple in color, red and black fruit on the nose and a touch of earth on the palate, this is a powerful and assertive wine. Fruity and dry, it demands grilled, even charred, meats, hard cheeses and dark chocolate. Retails for just under $30.

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Wine Spectator’s Australia Report

wine-spectator-logo-740x380The Wine Spectator’s MaryAnn Worobiec has a big report on Australia in the March 31, 2017, issue of the magazine, and Two Hands is featured in several instances:

The Barossa, recommended wines — Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley Coach House Block Single Vineyard Seppeltsfield Road Greenock 2014, 92 points

Clare Valley, recommended wines — Two Hands Shiraz Clare Valley Samantha’s Garden 2014, 93 points

McLaren Vale, recommended wines — Two Hands Shiraz Barossa Valley-McLaren Vale Ares 2013, 95 points