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Introduction:

Introduction:
8 years, 11 months ago Michael Twelftree reveals how the Garden Series wines are made, the factors that go into choosing vineyards, vineyard practices, winemaking protocol and the all-important Two Hands classification process.Michael Twelftree reveals how the Garden Series wines are made, th

Max’s Garden from Heathcote

Max’s Garden from Heathcote
8 years, 11 months ago The tasting begins with the most restrained, elegant and “European” wine in the portfolio.The tasting begins with the most restrained, elegant and “European” wine in the portfo

Harry & Edward’s Garden from Langhorne Creek

Harry \u0026 Edward’s Garden from Langhorne Creek
8 years, 11 months ago We move onto a wine described as surprisingly supple and voluptuous, with a clean-finishing sweetness.We move onto a wine described as surprisingly supple and voluptuou

Samantha’s Garden, Clare Valley

Samantha’s Garden, Clare Valley
8 years, 11 months ago This wine is from an elevated, cooler South Australian region more well know for its pristine Rieslings than its distinctive shiraz– but Two Hands has demonstrated that Shiraz can shine there equally as well.This wine is from an elevated, cooler South Australian regio

Lily’s Garden, McLaren Vale

Lily’s Garden, McLaren Vale
8 years, 11 months ago Two Hands is building structure, complexity and polish into McLaren Vale’s traditional easy-to-drink wines, with ripe, dark purple-black fruit and a lifted bouquet.Two Hands is building structure, complexity and polish into McLaren Vale’s traditional easy-to-drink win

Bella’s Garden, Barossa Valley

Bella’s Garden, Barossa Valley
8 years, 11 months ago This is Two Hands’ most famous wine from arguably Australia’s leading Shiraz region, a big/little wine, but with a defined purity and elegance.This is Two Hands’ most famous wine from arguably Australia’s leading Shiraz region, a big/little wine, but with a defined

Sophie’s Garden, Padthaway

Sophie’s Garden, Padthaway
8 years, 11 months ago Perhaps the most different wine in the portfolio, the “dark sheep of the family,” this cooler-climate wine is less revealing on first blush, but comes on with plenty of fruit and a wall of tannin that makes it a medium to long-term cellaring candidate.Perhaps the mo

Closing remarks

Closing remarks
8 years, 11 months ago Don Clemens wraps up an extraordinary tasting.Don Clemens wraps up an extraordinary tasting.