Two Hands Wines Shiraz Lily's Garden Mclaren Vale 2011

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COLOR Black core, deep red rim. AROMA Leaping out of the glass, this wine's aromas are vibrant and inviting. It's ful...

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Bright purple. Pungent redcurrant and cherry on the nose, with hints of dried flowers, herbs and anise adding complexity. Bitter cherry and blackcu... Read more

Colour:Deep dark red, black coreAroma:Rich, bold and heady spiced plums with notes of milk chocolate, vanillan, black pepper and fresh meat.Palate:... Read more

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External Review
Source: We Speak Wine
08/09/2014

Bright purple. Pungent redcurrant and cherry on the nose, with hints of dried flowers, herbs and anise adding complexity. Bitter cherry and blackcurrant flavors are deep and gently sweet, turning more taut on the back half. Finishes tangy and precise, with good energy and no obvious tannins. Smooth and ripe, if a bit hollow, with mouthfilling flavors of blackberry and licorice on a refined, focused frame. The finish echoes against light, crisp tannins. Best from 2015 through 2019. 1,500 cases made. -HS Colour:Deep dark red, black coreAroma:Rich, bold and heady spiced plums with notes of milk chocolate, vanillan, black pepper and fresh meat.Palate:Fine plump and juicy entry to the palate, echoing the aroma with waves of plummy fruits. Spicy mocha notes emerge mid-palate and are carried through to a finish filled with lovely long fine tannins. - Winery


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Source: We Speak Wine
11/04/2014

Colour:Deep dark red, black coreAroma:Rich, bold and heady spiced plums with notes of milk chocolate, vanillan, black pepper and fresh meat.Palate:Fine plump and juicy entry to the palate, echoing the aroma with waves of plummy fruits. Spicy mocha notes emerge mid-palate and are carried through to a finish filled with lovely long fine tannins. - Winery


Winemaker's Notes:

COLOR Black core, deep red rim. AROMA Leaping out of the glass, this wine's aromas are vibrant and inviting. It's full of mocha, spice, subtle vanilla and kirsch with dark chocolate, black olives and satsuma plums. TASTE Juicy, yet tight from the get go with plenty of life through the palate. Full of plums, spice, subtle black olives and chocolate with long fine tannins. Length/Type of Fermentation: Crushed into and fermented in open top fermenters varying in size from three to 10 ton capacity. Regular pump overs occurred three times daily during the peak of fermentation to extract color, flavor and tannin. Following an average of 12 days of maceration, the dry free run was drained to tank and the skins pressed to the same tank. After 24 hours, the wine was racked to barrel, where malolactic fermentation took place. Minimal fining and unfiltered. Length/Type of Aging: 17 months in 12% new American oak hogsheads and the balance in seasoned one to five year old American oak.

COLOR Black core, deep red rim. AROMA Leaping out of the glass, this wine's aromas are vibrant and inviting. It's full of mocha, spice, subtle vanilla and kirsch with dark chocolate, black olives and satsuma plums. TASTE Juicy, yet tight from the get go with plenty of life through the palate. Full of plums, spice, subtle black olives and chocolate with long fine tannins. Length/Type of Fermentation: Crushed into and fermented in open top fermenters varying in size from three to 10 ton capacity. Regular pump overs occurred three times daily during the peak of fermentation to extract color, flavor and tannin. Following an average of 12 days of maceration, the dry free run was drained to tank and the skins pressed to the same tank. After 24 hours, the wine was racked to barrel, where malolactic fermentation took place. Minimal fining and unfiltered. Length/Type of Aging: 17 months in 12% new American oak hogsheads and the balance in seasoned one to five year old American oak.

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