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Twelftree Grenache Greenock Single Vineyard 2010

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COLOR Light cherry in color AROMA A lifted bouquet of inky, blood plums, iodine, stewed rhubarb, fresh mince, potpourri, menthol, mint, wet forest floor, western red cedar, cut daffodils all backed by a lovely note of roasted/scorched earth. TASTE The palate starts out silky and very even, as the fruit flows it becomes denser along the palate, the finish is juicy and rewarding as the tannins are dense and coating, caressing the palate softly and energetically. Will benefit from extended cellaring. Length/Type of Aging: Aged for 11 months in 1/3 4 year old French Oak and 2/3 stainless steel.

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External Reviews for Twelftree Grenache Greenock Single Vineyard

External Review
Source: NapaCabs.com
07/19/2013

Twelftree Wines are an exclusive selection of single vineyard wines. These wines are handmade by Michael Twelftree, co-founder of Two Hands Wines. The wines are very small production.


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2007 05/11/2011

Two Hands Coach House Zippy's Block Shiraz Barossa 2007 750ML


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2007 03/01/2013

Deep black in the glass. A very obvious inky nose of blueberries, minerals, coal and dark chocolate, backed by secondary notes of daffodil and Asian spices with a thread of mint. Starting out with an even float of fruit across the palate, the mouth-feel stays soft, long and elegant throughout. This is a surprising wine that sits on an elegant core of ripe and concentrated fruit. The tannins are soft and fleshy and well balanced with the fruit. - Winery ** Only 3 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2006 02/19/2015

The purple/black-colored 2006 Shiraz Coach House Block Roennfeldt Road 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. It should provide pleasure through 2021. - Robert Parker 96 Points 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. Drink now through 2020. 400 cases made. –HS - Wine Spectator Magazine 95 Points Opaque ruby. Deeply concentrated and youthfully brooding on the nose, with a slow-to-open bouquet of dark berry preserves, hot asphalt, cured tobacco, spicecake and crystallized flowers. Juicy blackberry, cassis and cherry-cola flavors are deepened by bitter chocolate and candied licorice, yet maintain improbable clarity. Manages to be deep and lively at once, and offers outstanding finishing clarity, energy and clinging persistence. There's no excess fat or warmth here, despite the fact that this weighs in at almost 17% alcohol. Pretty impressive. - Stephen Tanzer 94 Points ** Only 2 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2006 11/04/2014

The purple/black-colored 2006 Shiraz Coach House Block Roennfeldt Road exhibits a brooding bouquet of blue and black fruits, Asian spices, and toasty oak. Supple, ripe, and more forward than the Zippys Block, this layered, pleasure-bent wine can be enjoyed now but will evolve for several more years. It should provide pleasure through 2021. - Robert Parker 96 PointsPlush 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. Drink now through 2020. 400 cases made. HS - Wine Spectator Magazine 95 PointsOpaque ruby. Deeply concentrated and youthfully brooding on the nose, with a slow-to-open bouquet of dark berry preserves, hot asphalt, cured tobacco, spicecake and crystallized flowers. Juicy blackberry, cassis and cherry-cola flavors are deepened by bitter chocolate and candied licorice, yet maintain improbable clarity. Manages to be deep and lively at once, and offers outstanding finishing clarity, energy and clinging persistence. There's no excess fat or warmth here, despite the fact that this weighs in at almost 17% alcohol. Pretty impressive. - Stephen Tanzer 94 Points** Only 2 in Stock **


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2006 10/24/2011

The purple/black-colored 2006 Shiraz Coach House Block Roennfeldt Road 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. It should provide pleasure through 2021. 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. Drink now through 2020. 400 cases made. -HS Opaque ruby. Deeply concentrated and youthfully brooding on the nose, with a slow-to-open bouquet of dark berry preserves, hot asphalt, cured tobacco, spicecake and crystallized flowers. Juicy blackberry, cassis and cherry-cola flavors are deepened by bitter chocolate and candied licorice, yet maintain improbable clarity. Manages to be deep and lively at once, and o...


External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
Vintage: 2006 11/25/2009

RP: 96 Points WS: 95 Points ST: 94 Points



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COLOR Light cherry in color AROMA A lifted bouquet of inky, blood plums, iodine, stewed rhubarb, fresh mince, potpourri, menthol, mint, wet forest floor, western red cedar, cut daffodils all backed by a lovely note of roasted/scorched earth. TASTE The palate starts out silky and very even, as the fruit flows it becomes denser along the palate, the finish is juicy and rewarding as the tannins are dense and coating, caressing the palate softly and energetically. Will benefit from extended cellaring. Length/Type of Aging: Aged for 11 months in 1/3 4 year old French Oak and 2/3 stainless steel.

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Alcohol: 15.00%

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