Two Hands, Bella’s Garden Shiraz, 2008

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

Two Hands, Bella’s Garden Shiraz, 2008

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

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  • Case of 6
  • Case of 12
£28.50
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£28.50

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Grape Varietes: Shiraz 100% Wine Style: Sophisticated Spicy Reds Winemaker: Matthew Wenk Optimum Drinking: 2017-2028 Reviewer Rating: 94 Reviewer: Wine Spectator Code: 102612
Estate Notes

Two Hands’ Bella''s Garden Shiraz 2008 comes from the estate's 'Garden series'; their super premium range of Shiraz from one of the finest Shiraz growing regions in Australia, the Barossa Valley.

Two Hands was established by Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz in 1999 in order to make the best possible Shiraz in Australia; and in just ten years their eclectically named wines have consistently won rave reviews. Bella’s Garden is the most awarded wine in the Two Hands’ portfolio, helping Two Hands to reach the momentous achievement of scoring a place in the Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines for ten years in a row, the only winery in the world to ever achieve this feat.

This outstanding achievement is accompanied by consistently excellent reviews and score ratings from some of the most acclaimed critics across the globe. Robert Parker further heaped the praise on, pronouncing Two Hands as "the finest negociant operation south of the equator."

Reviews

“Dark and dense, but emerges with vivid color and bright flavors of raspberry, black cherry and a hint of peach, beautifully tinged with cocoa, licorice and mineral notes as the finish sails on impressively.” Wine Spectator

“Dense, impenetrable colour; a massive wine in every respect, '08 magnifying the Two Hands chosen style; luscious black fruits, oak and alcohol chase each other around the glass. A deliberate policy to give all but Sophie's Garden the same points: while characters differ, the quality is very similar.” James Halliday

"Two Hands is a negociant operation run impeccably by Michael Twelftree. It reflects the best that can be sourced from all over South Australia.” eRobertParker.com