We are very excited to be bringing Michael Twelftree to you live, for a worldwide virtual tasting Tuesday January 19th. In case you are not familiar with Michael, he is the winemaker for Australia’s Two Hands Wines.
Michael, with Partner Richard Mintz, founded Two Hands with a simple goal in mind, to do what Australia does best: to make exceptional Shiraz based wines from some of the country’s greatest vineyards. In the face of a movement towards a standardization of Aussie Shiraz, Two Hands has chosen to march down a different path, working tirelessly to capture the unique expressions that each region are capable of producing.
We are thrilled to be able to taste along with Michael, live on Tuesday January 19th as we explore the details and nuances of several of these fine wines. To help you taste along with us, Uncorked.com is offering the wines being featured in the tasting at 20% off their regular price. And to sweeten the deal, through January 31st, you can also use our exclusive checkout code "Snooth20" to receive a 20% discount on all the great Two Hands Wines in stock.
Join the Virtual Tasting to WinAll participants in our live virtual tasting will be entered to win a Framed Gnarly Dudes Lithographic Print that Michael will personally sign for you! One winner will be selected from participants logging in that evening.
Experience some of Australia's finest ShirazLily’s Garden 2007
With their Garden Series, Two Hands bring you some of the purest, classical expressions of Australian Shiraz in the marketplace. The 2007 Lily's Garden is no exception, it's just exceptional. The combination of great McLaren Vale fruit and a very judicious use of American oak barels has produced a wine full of bright fruit and spice notes with a silky, elegant feel. This is a wine that represents all that is right with Australian Shiraz, don't miss this chance to taste it along with Michael.
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Australia is of course known for it’s Shiraz, and the McLaren Vale and Barossa are arguably the two finest growing regions for this important variety. By comparing and contrasting wines from each region, Michael will not only be offering unique insights to his wines, but will also be teaching us all about the distinct terroir of each region. Don’t miss this great opportunity to taste along with, and learn from one of Australia’s premier winemakers.