Sourced from the Clare Valley, the 2016 Shiraz Heartbreak Hill Roach Road White Hut is a terrific wine, not out of place at all among the Barossans in the Two Hands lineup. Loaded with raspberry fruit and dried spices, it's full-bodied, supple and long, with fine-grained, silky tannins that caress the palate. Remarkable, given the vines are only 12-13 years old.
95 Points - Campbell Mattinson (The Wine Front)
Shiraz from the estate vineyard on Seppeltsfield Road. It spends 19 months in all French oak, 18% new. DIAM-sealed. Squeaky clean, pure and bold, a lake of fruit, a wall of flavour. It’s a ‘gobfulls of fruit’ style done ashamedly; it rolls with dark, blackberried flavour, it’s inflections of asphalt and gum leaf mere cate’s eyes to the long black road of Barossa shiraz flavour. It doesn’t yet boast complexity but it has plenty of time to generate it.
94 Points - Joe Czerwinski (RobertParker.com)
A new bottling from Two Hands, the 2016 Shiraz Holy Grail Seppeltsfield Road Seppeltsfield comes from a historic vineyard purchased from Jayson Woodbridge, who used it for his Hundred Acre project. Blueberry and blackberry fruit mingle on the nose and palate in this rich, full-bodied beauty. It's creamy and supple on the palate, with a long, vanilla-tinged finish.