For a relatively young winery Two Hands Barossa based winery has gone from strength to strength with consistently good wine reviews placing it as a premium brand. The objective at Two Hands is to produce the best possible shiraz based wines from prized shiraz producing regions of Australia. Wine maker Matt Wenk captures the terroir of each vineyard with careful selection and attention to detail. Showcasing the diversity of australian shiraz, the six wines in the Garden Series Range reflect the varietal distinctiveness, of the six renowned shiraz growing regions the fruit is sourced from.
My personal pick was the 2007 Lily`s Garden from McLaren Vale. Bella`s Garden Barossa Valley is also a stand out wine. Apart from the Garden Series Two Hands produce The Picture Series which includes an Italian style moscato made from White Frontignac grapes which is low in alcohol, slightly spritzy with lovely sweet lush fruit flavours and a sure winner on a hot summer afternoon.
The Single Vineyard Series is a Barossa range of wines and then of course their Flagship wines. Presentation is unique and distinctive and you will see more from this company.