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2014 Two Hands Angel’s Share Shiraz
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- Cellar 5 - 6 years (2021-2022)
- ABV 14.8%
- Closure: Stelvin
Two Hands was formed in 1999 with the clear objective of making the best possible Shiraz from Australia’s top producing Shiraz sites. Proprietors’ Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz philosophy is quite simple “From the beginning, we have set out to build a wine company that is different in its approach, one that is innovative and not afraid to think outside the square. We want to put some fun back into wine.” Aged for 12 months in oak of which 6% was new French and the remainder in one to six year old French and American hogsheads.
Still just a pup this beautifully crafted Shiraz has all the core ingredients to evolve superbly with a few more years under its belt.
Magnificent colour saturation featuring an inky black core and very deep bright dark red black tinged hue. Pronounced ripe blackberry, liquorice and dark plum aromas exude from the glass followed by a hint of dark chocolate, vanillin cedar and spice. Bold and concentrated the wine balances its freshness and richness perfectly delivering opulent flavours of liquorice, blackberries and fresh dark plums over some dark chocolate, subtle smoky vanillin oak and spice. Bright fresh finish with very fine grained velvet like tannins. Long juicy aftertaste of liquorice, blackberry, dark chocolate and spicy vanillin oak.
Cellar 5-6 years.
While there are no half measures with the weight or shape of this wine, it has a touch of elegance running alongside its blackberry, blood plum and dark chocolate fruit; the tannins wait until the last moment to join forces with the oak to speak clearly of the long future ahead. Great value. Drink by 2040.
James Halliday – Australian Wine Companion