The Two Hands 2003 Deer in Headlights Shiraz is a great wine produced with good quality fruits despite the challenging vintage in the Barossa Valley that year. The Deer in Headlights has been stored at optimum conditions in climate controlled warehousing since release from the winery and has continued to age well with an estimated drink until window of 2017. Recently tasted and rated 92/100 points by our Sommelier Clio, the Two Hands Shiraz is available in 4 different bottle sizes.
Bright purple plum colour. Glossy red fruits and spiced plum cake on the nose with a hint of vanilla spice. The palate shows swathes of rich generous fruit, ripe blackberry intermingled with soft cedary spice. A fine coating of gentle tannins washes over the palate with a long and persistent finish to end. Very limited production.
Two Hands formed in 1999 with the clear objective of making the best possible shiraz based wines from prized shiraz producing regions within Australia Since the winery opened, Two Hands success has gone from strength to strength with numerous accolades defining the culture of the organisation. The heart of the operation is based in the Barossa Valley; the cellar door and winery are located in the sub district of Marananga.
'Quality without compromise' is a core value that drives all Two Hands decisions so, not surprisingly, the wines have received international acclaim from Robert Parker proclaiming Two Hands as '...the finest negociant operation south of the equator.'
If you are a fan of Two Hands wines, try the Deer in Headlights today and let us know what you think by completing a Consumer Review – we would love to hear from you.
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