2010 two hands, coach house block shiraz, barossa valley
Why We're Buying
A boozy bouquet of fruits and spice has made Two Hands Coach House Block a high watermark for Australia shiraz. The 2016 vintage is also a personal favorite of wine critic Robert Parker.
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Coming from a Single Vineyard Greenock, the 2010 Coach House Shiraz has a deep purple-black color and intense dark fruit notes with hints of fruit cake, loam, cloves and chocolate. Densely packed with tight-knit berry preserve, spice and earth flavors, it has a solid structure of medium to firm finely grained tannins and lively acid lending support through the long multi-layered finish. Drink it 2014 to 2024+.