Two Hands Coach House Block Single Vineyard Shiraz 2021

A$140.00

Availability
In stock
Volume
750ml
Varieties
Region/Country
Barossa Valley, Australia
Rating
95 points

Description

The Coach House Block Shiraz comes from an Estate grown single vineyard near the tiny hamlet of Greenock in the Barossa Valley.

Purchased in 2001, the Coach House vineyard (formally known as the Branson Coach House) produces exceptional Barossa Valley Shiraz, but one block amongst the 18 acres of vineyard has continually proven to be special. Known internally as Highway Block, this special block has consistently come up as Single Vineyard quality each vintage, during our blind tasting barrel trials.

Rating

Score
95 points
Reviewer
The Wine Advocate

Specifications

Closure
Cork
Serving Temp.
14-18 °C
Alcohol
14.3%
Cellar until
Now - 2045
Decanter
Food pairing
Steak

Tasting Profile

Nose
A very strong bouquet of warm oil, incense, pipe smoke, lavender, cassis, asian spice, creosote, warm bark and fresh plum spring from the glass
Palate
The palate starts out flowing with an initially sweet core of boisterous and impenetrable fruits. This wine pitches high in the mid palate, and then starts to slide down the back side of the late palate. This finishes lush, concentrated and very long, with flavours of boysenberry and blackberry liqueur. The massive fruit here does fit with the under lying structure, this is quintessential Barossa Valley shiraz from the Western Ranges. With aeration, this wine really starts to evolve, more spice notes of mocha and rhubarb appear. The palate evens out and the tannins start to show a very linear and mineral edge. This wine has excellent length and will offer great pleasure for many years to come.

Two Hands Coach House Block Single Vineyard Shiraz 2021

Two Hands Coach House Block Single Vineyard Shiraz 2021
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