Two Hands 2017 Garden Series Four Pack

£107.80 per case of 4
SAVE £6.20 (was £114.00 per case of 4)
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1 x Two Hands Charlie's Garden 2017

1 x Two Hands Harriet's Garden 2017

1 x Two Hands Lily's Garden Shiraz 2017

1 x Two Hands Samantha's Garden 2017

Lily's Garden - 96 Points - Jeb Dunnuck "More reserved but no less brilliant, the 2017 Shiraz Lily's Garden comes from the McLaren Vale and spent 18 months in just 9% new French oak. Classic Syrah notes of dark black fruits, damp herbs, scorched earth, and obvious minerality give way to a medium to full-bodied beauty that is flawlessly balanced, textured, and seamless. It’s up with the finest vintages I’ve tasted of this cuvée and will keep for upwards of a decade."

Charlie's Garden - 95 Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front "Big, floral, fresh, tannic, svelte and more. Not entirely sure how it manages to combine all these things. It’s a blueberried, boysenberried, plum-driven shiraz with plenty of heft and a prettiness too. And then there’s big drag of tannin. It’s a top shelf release. No alcohol heat either."

Harriet's Garden - 94 Points - Campbell Mattinson, The Wine Front "Adelaide Hills shiraz these days is pretty keen to run away with itself and so you need to keep it in check. This wine does that nicely. It has flavour and style but it’s fresh to the point of friskiness. It’s the opposite of the Bella’s Garden release; this has character aplenty. Jubey cherries, plums, woodsmoke, twigs and juicy/delicious blueberries. It’s complex now but it will develop more. Like."

Samantha's Garden - Joe Czerwinski (robertparker.com) "Hints of eucalyptus and bay leaf appear on the nose of the 2017 Samantha's Garden Shiraz. Cola and plum notes fill out the full-bodied palate, balanced by crisp acids and some ripe, supple tannins. Like all of the Garden series wines, it should drink well for a decade."