- "Quality without compromise" is their mantra at Two Hands. You'll understand after you try the Two Hands Fields of Joy Shiraz. It's gloriously full-bodied and hedonistic. You'll want hearty, meaty dishes with bold flavors, or just a big glass... A delicious casual option is barbecued brisket of beef with homemade pickles and slow-baked beans with debris. Be sure your brisket has plenty of vinegar in the barbecue sauce so that it's sweet and tangy like they do at More Than Q. A little more dressy would be olive-crusted lamb with herb-roasted potatoes. And if you're still as tethered to the grill as we are, let those beautiful tannins shine with a grilled 2" thick cowboy steak au poivre. Pour generous refills and sip them with an aged, cloth-wrapped cheddar. Forget Fields of Joy; one sip of this nectar and you'll be doing the dance of joy!
Wine Spectator: "Rich and expressive, with a luminosity to the cherry and plum fruit, hinting at coffee and bittersweet chocolate as the finish persists. Relentless and truly opulent. Drink now through 2021. 1,150 cases made." Apr 2015
Winery: "COLOUR: Deep dark red, magenta hue. AROMA: Lovely nose of red currant, fresh plums, star anise, orange peel and cut flower. PALATE: Great attack of summer berries turning sweet and fleshy through the mid-palate. Cedar and star anise provide a spicy interplay. Acid sits prominent through the palate providing energy and freshness. Tannins are lovely and savoury in nature providing great structure and considerable length. Notes of cut flower, coal dust, vanilla bean and dried orange rind provide complexity and intrigue through the finish.
Bottle: 750ml, screw cap
Aging: 15 months in 1-5 year old French oak hogsheads
Region: Clare Valley, Barossa, South Australia
Production (dozen bottles)
Limited at 1,150
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