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At Two Hands Wines we offer our guests a unique Cellar Door experience through a structured but relaxed tasting with our knowledgeable and friendly team. Situated in the tiny hamlet of Marananga in the Barossa Valley, our Cellar Door is open for...more
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273 Neldner Rd, Marananga, South Australia 5355, Australia
+61 8 8562 4566
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Reviewed today via mobile

Never having been to Two Hands before, luckily a chance decision was made to drop by. This was despite our over indulgence at lunch with a few bottles of wine: so this tasting was the ONLY one for the day. Not only were we looked...More

1  Thank 925patricko
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Amazing wines that all tell a storey!! The staff were incredible and the wines showcase the best the Barossa have to offer!! Highly recommend a visit, I’ll certainly be coming back! #twohandswines

Thank Kate T
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Thank you to Two Hands. Whilst mum and dad enjoyed the wine tasting, the children (young and teenagers) were happy sampling ice cream, coloring, checking out the old bake house and the cars. Two Hands was the best tour of our Barossa Valley tour.

Thank emailnharris
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The beautiful cellar door envites you in to a modern tasting room. On arrival we were advised of how it works and shortly after agreeing to the $10 per person fee we were seated and shown the tasting menu for the day. The tasting consisted...More

Thank DIBBLE06
Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

We had a wonderful and experience wine tasting at Two Hands. The wines were lovely and presented with a lot of interesting commentary and context by the warm and knowledgable staff. We would highly recommend a visit.

Thank VRCOkon
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

Excellent wines and knowledgeable, enthusiastic employees. Definitely plan on stopping here on your wine tour!

Thank jcsrkk
Reviewed 29 April 2018

This cellar door is a must do if you are visiting the Barossa Valley. Beautiful grounds. Fantastic wines and staff that have time and great knowledge of their wines.

Thank Lynda K
Reviewed 22 April 2018

We visited on a whim, the cellar door is off the main strip of wineries to the west of nurioopta, but well worth a visit. Wonderful westerly aspect over the vineyards, the tasting house is very well setup, very knowledgeable staff, and a great selection...More

3  Thank Kym F
Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Well set up for a strong tasting. Somw good wines that are very 'barossa' with smooth taste and minimal punch but the staff levela left you waiting and wanting more. Pros Good seating Gift on departure Cons No platters available Not enough staff Higher than...More

Thank kpric1
Reviewed 28 March 2018

I have been coming to this place for many years. The range of wines is great and the location in Maranaga during vintage is something yet again. I love their Riesling and the reds are bold.

Thank Damien S
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