Wine Spectator Magazine Reviews

In the April 2016 Issue of Wine Spectator Magazine (with Sting & Trudie on the front cover), respected wine reviewer MaryAnn Worobiec reviews four Two Hands releases.

2013 Max’s Garden, Heathcote Shiraz

Luscious, with generous, pure plum and black cherry flavors that melt away to showcase details of cinnamon, black licorice, violet and white pepper. The velvety finish lingers enticingly. Drink now through 2030.
93 points

2013 Lily’s Garden, McLaren Vale Shiraz

Rich and luscious, with fleshy dark plum, black cherry and licorice notes. Toast, cocoa and black tea details create a generous chorus. Velvety finish. Drink now through 2026.
93 points

2014 Brave Faces, Barossa Valley Grenache Mourvèdre Shiraz

Round and fleshy, with ripe blueberry, plum and kirsch flavors at the core, while white pepper, clove and licorice notes give this some momentum on the long finish. Grenache, Mourvèdre and Shiraz. Drink now through 2022.
92 points

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2014 Fields Of Joy, Clare Valley Shiraz

There is an air of elegance to the tangy cherry and wild raspberry flavors, with details of anise, espresso and clove. Polished and supple on the finish. Drink now through 2030.
90 points

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