Notes of black cherry, fresh blackberry, fresh lavender, pastry crust, and dark chocolate.
Hits the palate with vibrancy and pop. Bright berry notes dance across the palate. Medium to full bodied with richness of fruit balanced by bright refreshing acidity. Tannins are prominent but melt beautifully into a wall of fruit. Finished with a lovely long palate, accented by notes of red licorice, lavender, and dark chocolate with a creamy texture from lees contact.
The many parcels making up this wine were crushed into and fermented in three, five, seven and 10 tonne open top vessels. Regular pump overs three times daily were performed during the peak of fermentation to extract flavours, colourand tannins. At pressing, the free run and pressings were combined to tank, then racked to barrel for oak maturation where malolactic fermentation occurred. All batches were kept separate and blended just prior to bottling.
Matured for 12 months in French oak, which 15% was new, and the remainder in one to six year old puncheons and hogsheads.
|Region||Barossa Valley, Australia|
|Colour||Red – Rich and Intense|
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For many, the Picture Series is the introduction to Two Hands, so our first mission is to over deliver on quality. The winemaking technique and effort that goes into making a Gnarly Dudes or Angels’ Share is no different to the higher tiers of the portfolio, so these are still serious wines, with a focus on purity of fruit and sensory pleasure. We get to play with different varietals and regions here, weird and wonderful at times, and each new release gives us the chance to create a new label. Michael is the ideas man when it comes to the names, coming up with the catchy references and back stories that add to the appeal of drinking the Picture Series.
Pick your favourite, try a new one, there’s plenty to discover…
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