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2005 Two Hands Wines Shiraz Angels Share McLaren Vale
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At Two Hands Wines, regionalism is key. The Garden Series, is a collection of six Shiraz bottlings from the top six growing regions in Australia, each faithfully demonstrating the different characteristics of its place of origin. The wines are emphatically moder...

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2005 Two Hands Wines Shiraz Angels Share McLaren Vale

Producer: Two Hands Wines
Style: Red Wine
Grape Type: Syrah/Shiraz
Origin: Australia
Region: McLaren Vale

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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2006

($30; made from de-classified wine from Lily's Garden; aged in American oak, 25% new) Ruby-red. Very pungent, floral aromas of tobacco-laced dark berry and cherry, plus a hint of espresso. Fat, plush and seamless, the inky berry flavors backed up by broad tannins. Finishes sweet and fat, with a sappy, clingy quality. Proprietor Michael Twelftree notes that this drinks better on its own than with food.

90 Points | Wine Spectator
92 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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by rpm_56
A deep dark purple color, with an equally dark black fruit nose the mid-palate is a attack of well balanced tannin, acidity and heat with a significantly long finish. Definitely in need of some quality red meat with this monster.


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While the grape is currently grown throughout the world, the most elegant Syrahs still come from the Northern Rhone valley, particularly the appellations of Côte Rôtie, Cornas, and Hermitage. Here, steep, terraced vineyards help produce full-bodied, intense, tannic wines loaded with white pepper and red fruit. In the vineyard, Syrah is largely cooperative- vines are productive, but not overly vigorous. Skins are thick, helping the grape...
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