Two Hands, Coach House Block Shiraz, 2006

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia

Two Hands, Coach House Block Shiraz, 2006

Barossa Valley, South Australia, Australia



  • Bottle
  • Case of 6


Grape Varietes: Shiraz 100% Wine Style: Sophisticated Spicy Reds Winemaker: Matthew Wenk Optimum Drinking: 2017-2021 Reviewer Rating: 96 Reviewer: Code: 102370 Alcohol: 16.5%
Estate Notes

Two Hands’ Coach House Block Shiraz 2006 comes from the estate's 'Single Vineyard Series'; exceptional examples of regional and varietal definition which contribute to the complexity and personality of each wine. The Coach House Block Shiraz comes from an estate grown single vineyard near the tiny hamlet of Greenock in the sub-region of the Barossa Valley. It is generous and supple whilst soft and approachable upon release.

Two Hands was established by Michael Twelftree and Richard Mintz in 1999 in order to make the best possible Shiraz in Australia, and their eclectically named wines have consistently won rave reviews. In fact, Two Hands has earned 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.


“Plush in texture, lavishly oaked and resonant with gorgeous black cherry, plum and licorice flavors that glide smoothly over polished tannins and linger impressively on the long, generous finish. Defines power with finesse.” Wine Spectator

“The purple/black-colored 2006 Shiraz Coach House Block exhibits a brooding bouquet of blue and black fruits, Asian spices, and toasty oak. Supple, ripe, and more forward than the Zippy’s Block, this layered, pleasure-bent wine can be enjoyed now but will evolve for several more years.”

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