The 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
“I think we haven’t ever spoken about sub-regionality or regionality, we haven’t talked about certain grape varietals other than Shiraz, Shiraz, and Shiraz…And we just keep telling the same story. But I think now we’re starting to get out and hopefully rebuild a story that’s going to [change that].”
Michael Twelftree talks about Two Hands and the wine trade with True Wine Culture podcast host Eric Guy. Listen to the interview here.
Drink Me, the site that views "Lifestyle Through the Glass," captures what makes Two Hands Australia's most exciting winery, and offers reviews of three great Picture Series wines.
Wine Spectator leads its latest “WS Collecting” newsletter with the 2014 Lily’s Garden, the McLaren Vale Shiraz that earned a 94-point score from the magazine and a “Highly Recommended” designation.
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