Two Hands 2006 Shiraz Coach House Block

    Tasting notes: Velvety on the palate yet packed with explosive plum, blackberry, and spice, this shiraz combines lovely texture and bright acidity. Seamlessly exquisite and long on the finish, it exudes a level of style and finesse most other Aussie operation sonly dream about. Worth knowing: Businessmen Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz formed Two Hands just a decade ago, but in that relatively short time, this producer has emerged as one of the most respected in Australia and has received numerous awards.

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