Wine Spectator Insider

“Two Hands’ 2015 Vintage Is a Winner!”

Featured in the latest issue of Wine Spectator Insider, we are pleased to have received four new reviews with ratings of 93+ point ratings for wines from our outstanding 2015 vintage.

2015 Dave’s Block, Blythmans Road, Blewitt Springs, McLaren Vale Shiraz

Incredibly expansive, starting with a pure note of black cherry flavors, building momentum as details of Earl Grey tea, sandalwood, anise and dark chocolate grow. Velvety tannins provide a terrific backbone for the flavors as they linger. Drink now through 2030.
95 points
MaryAnn Worobiec

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2015 Lily’s Garden, McLaren Vale Shiraz

Exuberant, this bursts with clove, toasted coconut and dark chocolate flavors that are thick and velvety, complementing the kirsch notes at the core. A hint of fresh mint adds complexity. Generous, with a finish that goes on and on. Drink now through 2027. 94 points
MaryAnn Worobiec

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2015 Sexy Beast, McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon

Impressive, with a plush, seductive and succulent body, offering sink-your-teeth-into-them flavors and black cherry, blackberry and plum, accented by details of dark chocolate, rose petal and savory. Drink now through 2025.
93 points
MaryAnn Worobiec

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2015 Max’s Garden, Heathcote Shiraz

Features an appealing savory edge to the black olive, blackberry and cherry flavors at the core, with muscular tannins providing appealing grip to the red licorice and spice notes that take over on the finish. Drink now through 2027.
93 points
MaryAnn Worobiec

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