Wine Two Hands, "The Bull & The Bear" 2006
The wine is dark purple.
Taste of black fruit combined with a little sweetness. In the long aftertaste present soft tannins and low acidity.
The aroma of blueberry, black currant and juicy plums, which complement the subtle notes of vanilla and spices.
Wine is well served with red meat on the grill.
The name "The Bull and The Bear" («Bull and Bear") - is the nickname of his father's closest friends Richard Mintz, who early in his career were very close and it helped. In addition, the "Bull and Bear" - rather, it is a typical description of Australian Shiraz.
Harvest for wine harvested by hand only. Fermentation and maceration takes place simultaneously in open tanks with regular remontazhem. Wine stand for 14-16 months large French oak barrels, which are only 30% new and the remaining two-year. Wine storage potential of 7-8 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. "