I don't know what "Hand Made" is supposed to signify. I can say that the label on this wine reminds me of a nice single-malt scotch ("Batch 4"?). Let's leave the thumbprint to one side.
The wine in the bottle is a nice, juicy Shiraz. There's a reason why Shiraz is Australia's national grape and this McGuigan bottle offers yet more evidence for this reasoning. It's immediately appealing for its saturated blackberry and raspberry fruit and then nice on the moderate, slightly peppery finish. There's some backbone to this wine that recommends it to a nice, rare New York strip steak. At 14.5 ABV the alcohol level is highish, but there's good acidity to maintain a nice balance.
Definitely comparable to the Yalumba Shiraz that Fresh & Easy seems to be phasing out.
Total value: 13/15