Two Hands Wines Max's Garden 2010

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WS 92 RP 91 ST 93

Two Hands Wines Max's Garden 2010

Rich red color. Smoky, very perfumed, and elegant aromas of cherries, spice, raspberries, sandalwood, and cedar. Very energetic on the entry with vibrant raspberries and spice. Juicy through the whole palate with subtle earth/graphite on the finish, all supported by a good acid framework. 100% Shiraz. Two Hands Wines was founded in early 1999 by Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz. They are focused on showcasing the diversity of Australian Shiraz by highlighting regional characteristics and allowing the fruit to be the wines' primary feature. Two Hands refers to the very personable approach taken with each parcel of grapes. Their unique approach is reflected in everything from the names of the wines to innovative packaging and the wines themselves. The Garden Series is a super premium range of Shiraz from six of the finest Shiraz-producing regions in Australia.
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