Wine Two Hands, "Aerope", Barossa Valley Grenache, 2011
Reviews of purchase Two Hands, "Aerope", Barossa Valley Grenache, 2011
Wine of deep garnet color.
Wine seduces luxurious, rich, rich, generous taste with silky tannins, balanced acidity and a delightfully long finish.
Expressive, bright flavor of the wine reveals hints of mulberry, dried red currants, tea, tobacco, carrot and kirsch.
Great wine with meat dishes and cheeses, as well as oriental spices.
Wine "Aerope" made exclusively from the best grapes grenache with 80-year-old vines in the Barossa, this wine got its name in honor of the beauty of Europe, kidnapped by Zeus. Beautiful legends perfectly reflect the style of wine - classic and soft. The grapes for the production of VNA sbiraetsya manually. Then the destemming, but not for the entire crop, but only for its greater part. Cold maceration lasts only a few days, the fermentation process takes place in the five-ton open container. Wine stand with old large barrels, which are made of French oak for 17 months, and then another year in the bottle. Ageing potential wine 10-12 years.
Two Hands ("Two Hands") - it's the owners Tvelftri Michael (Michael Twelftree) and Richard Mintz (Richard Mintz). Their way is not too typical for most winemakers. Michael's father was engaged in construction, and Michael himself to discover the charm and complexity of the wine world in only 26 years old - the age at which the offspring of the famous wine names have long been working in the company of their parents. He did not think twice and almost immediately, in 1998, opened his own company to export products of several Australian wineries. Richard Mintz became interested in wine theme, when he ran one of the leading companies in Australia cooperage. In 1999, the two friends had the idea of a joint project Two Hands. Two Hands philosophy expressed simply - "Quality without compromise". Tablet with this inscription can be found in the laboratory Two Hands, and advertising their wines.
Cool winters, hot summers and a variety of soils provide ideal conditions for Australian wine. Here there are the oldest Shiraz vines in the New World, brought here many years ago the first colonists. Although phylloxera attacked and Australia, Barossa before she got. Timely preventive measures and strict control over the spread of phylloxera allows many old vines Barossa still stand on their own roots. The composition of soil includes a lot of minerals that are good for the structure and complexity of the wine.