Two Hands Grenache Blend Barossa Valley Grenache-Shiraz-Mourvedre the Lucky Country 2003
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Not only affordable, but very approachable! Don't let the screwtop fool you! The back of the bottle says it all: Wine style: Full bodied, rich, big, succulent and long.
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Dark red. Candied cherry and raspberry preserve aromas with subtle bell pepper and basil notes give evidence of both the shiraz and the cabernet components. Rich and creamy, displaying an almost candied red berry sweetness. The long, clinging finish emphasizes ripe berry fruit, and a tinge of pepper lifts the flavors.
A bright, lively mouthful of appealing blueberry, currant, earth and spice flavors that mingle effortlessly on the fine-grained finish, lingering nicely. Drink now through 2009.
There are 20,000 cases of the 2003 Shiraz The Lucky Country, a blend of 55% Shiraz and 45% Cabernet Sauvignon. An outstanding effort as well as an attractive value, it offers a deep ruby/purple color with loads of creme de cassis fruit intermixed with hints of smoke and licorice. This delicious, savory Australian red (finished with a screw cap) is best drunk during its first 3ndash;4 years of life.