Two Hands Bella's Garden Shiraz 2010

$449

  Limited 6-Pack Sampler of Two Hands 2010 Garden Series Shiraz.  For the past ten years, Two Hands Wines has tried to answer the question, 'Does Australian Shiraz have regionality?' For the first time with the 2010 vintage, they have packaged together all six wines in the Garden Series.  All of these Two Hands wine are rated over 90 Points and hard to secure.  A limited opportunity to try some of Australia's highest-rated Shiraz!  The Garden Series consists of one bottle each of: - Two Hands 2010 Bella's Garden Shiraz (Barossa Valley) - 95 Points Wine Spectator - Two Hands 2010 Max's Garden Shiraz (Heathcote) - 92 points Wine Spectator - Two Hands 2010 Samantha's Garden Shiraz (Clare Valley) - 92 points Wine Spectator - Two Hands 2010 Harry & Edward's Garden Shiraz (Langhorne Creek) - 90 points Wine Spectator - Two Hands 2010 Lily's Garden Shiraz  (McLaren Vale) - 93 Points Wine Spectator - Two Hands 2010 Sophie's Garden Shiraz (Padthaway) - 91 points Wine Spectator

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Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Our friends also brought Tri-tip to cook on the Green Egg. Not just any Tri-tip. This is the Cardiff. On the packaging, it refers to a website called CardiffCrack.com and can be ordered from https://order.seasidemarket.com/ @Paul T- Huntington Beach you are going to want to try this without question or hesitation and have some older Shiraz with it. This is the most tender & flavorful Tri-tip I’ve had...all of us. For me, most are too seasoned/salty and not all that tender. You could almost cut it with a fork. I’ll be making this again & again. This is Goldilocks third porridge...just right. I find Two Hands to be in the conversation of upper echelon Barossa producers. I thought this would be a good classic pairing for Tri-tip. This slid into the perfect pairing for the style of the Cardiff. They hugged each other nicely. Really good. For me as it is with may other big red wine regions, this wine needs 10 years plus to start showing how incredible they can be and has another 7 plus years of good drinking ahead of it. This was smooth, elegant with round supple tannins. Broad spectrum of ripe, black, purple & blue fruits. It’s core dark with sweet tarriness, expresso roast, pepper, fresh tobacco, dark spices & limestone minerals. Dark; red, purple, blue florals framed in a field of violets & lavender. The acidity is excellent and the wine wire to wire is supple, has great balance, elegance with long staying power & persistence. Photos of our 2017 visit toTwo Hands. Tasting room approach, fountain on the back grounds and view from their tasting patio.

Our friends also brought Tri-tip to cook on the Green Egg. Not just any Tri-tip. This is the Cardiff. On the packaging, it refers to a website called CardiffCrack.com and can be ordered from https://order.seasidemarket.com/ @Paul T- Huntington Beach you are going to want to try this without question or hesitation and have some older Shiraz with it. This is the most tender & flavorful Tri-tip I’ve had...all of us. For me, most are too seasoned/salty and not all that tender. You could almost cut it with a fork. I’ll be making this again & again. This is Goldilocks third porridge...just right. I find Two Hands to be in the conversation of upper echelon Barossa producers. I thought this would be a good classic pairing for Tri-tip. This slid into the perfect pairing for the style of the Cardiff. They hugged each other nicely. Really good. For me as it is with may other big red wine regions, this wine needs 10 years plus to start showing how incredible they can be and has another 7 plus years of good drinking ahead of it. This was smooth, elegant with round supple tannins. Broad spectrum of ripe, black, purple & blue fruits. It’s core dark with sweet tarriness, expresso roast, pepper, fresh tobacco, dark spices & limestone minerals. Dark; red, purple, blue florals framed in a field of violets & lavender. The acidity is excellent and the wine wire to wire is supple, has great balance, elegance with long staying power & persistence. Photos of our 2017 visit toTwo Hands. Tasting room approach, fountain on the back grounds and view from their tasting patio.

9.4

Leo Priemer

Corked :-(

Corked :-(

9.1

Andrew Whittle Delectable Pro

Co-Owner/Director Summit Estate Wines

What a gorgeous bold and big Aussie Shiraz!

What a gorgeous bold and big Aussie Shiraz!

9.6

Riccardo L. Delectable Pro

What a surprise. I had heard the name but never tried this one before. What a fantastic wine! Leather and cigar in the shadow of big bold plum and ripe cherry. Big red fruit. Big body. If a wine could be fat, this one is.

What a surprise. I had heard the name but never tried this one before. What a fantastic wine! Leather and cigar in the shadow of big bold plum and ripe cherry. Big red fruit. Big body. If a wine could be fat, this one is.

9.1

Jason Lede Delectable Pro

Or not.

Or not.

9.4

Marshall Parrish Delectable Pro

Love two hands. More of a weekend purchase but could use time in the bottle

Love two hands. More of a weekend purchase but could use time in the bottle

9.7

Jean-Philip Journeault

2010

2010

9.0

Scott MacDonnell

Wow. Like this one. Nice on the nose and full body. Thanks Michael.

Wow. Like this one. Nice on the nose and full body. Thanks Michael.

9.5

Steve Martinelli

Big jammy fruit and a good amount of acidity keep this wine in check. Nice Shiraz!

Big jammy fruit and a good amount of acidity keep this wine in check. Nice Shiraz!

9.0

Jason Wild Delectable Pro

So young still! Was so deliciously jammy and spicy, perfect for our BBQ.

So young still! Was so deliciously jammy and spicy, perfect for our BBQ.

9.0

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