In 2009, The Observer Magazine UK named Tim Adams 'Winery Of The Year' describing his wines as "consistently great". Somewhat remarkably, Tim Adams has still managed to maintain a relatively low profile in Australia, whilst continuing to produce some of the Clare Valley's finest wines.
This blend of local vineyards has produced a wine with strong regional and varietal definition. The wine has a lively deep purple hue with aromas and flavours of violet, blackberry and mulberry. Further complexity is built through 22 months of American oak maturation. The palate is full and soft in the front and middle, with flavours of small berry fruit complemented by the oak. The wine finishes with moderate oak and fruit-derived tannins. This elegant Clare Shiraz has power and finesse which makes it both approachable now and worthy of keeping for up to 10 years.
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