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2006 Two Hands Wines Cane Cut Semillon For Love Or Money Barossa Valley (500 ml)
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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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2006 Two Hands Wines Cane Cut Semillon For Love Or Money Barossa Valley (500 ml)

Producer: Two Hands Wines
Style: White Wine
Grape Type: Semillon
Origin: Australia
Region: Barossa Valley

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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - July/August 2007

($60; for 500 ml.) Yellow-gold. Spicy peach, apricot and orange marmalade on the nose, with a complex array of floral notes adding interest. Pliant citrus and pit fruit flavors display impressive depth and sweetness but gain a lively quality with air. Finishes on a chewy citrus peel note, with excellent persistence.

88 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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