Wine Spectator July 2017

The Annual Australian Report

Wine Spectator have recently released their annual Australian Report, which lists scores for more than 745 wines – dubbed the ‘Best of Australia’!

Featuring wines from a diverse range of Australian producers, Two Hands are proud to have 20 of our releases amongst this great list.

Below is the list of Two Hands scores, with the full list available from the Wine Spectator website.

2014 Ares Barossa Valley Shiraz

93 Points

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2014 Aphrodite Barossa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

94 Points

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2014 Aerope Barossa Valley Grenache

93 Points

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2015 Coach House Block Barossa Valley Shiraz

93 Points

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2015 Holy Grail Barossa Valley Shiraz

93 Points

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2013 Kraehe House Block Barossa Valley Shiraz

94 Points

2015 Secret Block Barossa Valley Shiraz

95 Points

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2013 Secret Block Barossa Valley Shiraz

95 Points

2015 Wazza’s Block Barossa Valley Shiraz

95 Points

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2015 Yacca Block Eden Valley Shiraz

92 Points

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2015 Dave’s Block McLaren Vale Shiraz

95 Points

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2015 Bella’s Garden Barossa Valley Shiraz

93 Points

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2015 Lily’s Garden McLaren Vale Shiraz

94 Points

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2015 Max’s Garden Heathcote Shiraz

93 Points

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2015 Samantha’s Garden Clare Valley Shiraz

92 Points

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2013 Samantha’s Garden Clare Valley Shiraz

95 Points

2015 Brave Faces Barossa Valley GMS

92 Points

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2015 Angels’ Share McLaren Vale Shiraz

92 Points

2015 Gnarly Dudes Barossa Valley Shiraz

91 Points

2015 Sexy Beast McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon

93 Points

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