A cult favourite - it usually sells out before it even hits the shop floor. Plush. Smooth. Supple. The blend of Rhône grapes is tweaked every year.
With the 2017 vintage alone scoring five 90+ point scores from some of the most respected wine critics.
Two Hands are Aussie Shiraz experts - they cherry-pick the best Shiraz grapes for their wines. Bold. Heady. Silky textured and full of jammy fruity.
The inky blackcurrant and boysenberry fruit is lifted by violet and menthol notes, with smooth tannins still providing plenty of grip. The finish is long and rich.
"Very deep garnet-purple colored, notes of warm blackberries and blueberries with nuances of menthol, some spice cake, anise and bacon fat". 91 points. Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate.
This is a deliberately modern offering by winemaker Bertus Fourie, who has concentrated on drawing out the coffee-like aromas of South Africa's signature grape. Perfect with beef.