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Tim Adams Shiraz 2001

Syrah/Shiraz from Australia
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This blend of four local, outstanding vineyards has again produced a wine with both regional and varietal definition. It has an excellent balance of fruit (mulberry, violet flower), spiciness, and the complexity given by 12 months American oak maturation. Oz Clarke describes Tim Adams' Shiraz as a wine with "a wonderful scent that's as sticky and sinus-scouring as crunched eucalyptus gum leaves. Add this to perfumed blueberry and blackberry fruit, the richness of melting Harrogate toffee and the softness of pie crust going soggy next to the fruit and you've got an Aussie classic".

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The Tim Adams winery is located 130 kilometres north of Adelaide in the beautiful Clare Valley, South Australia. From 1985 when just 10 tonnes of grapes were vinified, the winery now crushes 500 tonnes - around 250 tonnes for the Tim Adams label, and contract winemaking for other local labels, the balance. This is now sourced from 11 local growers as well as from our own vineyards (joint venture with best friends Grant & Jackie Crawley). On our vineyard we grow Riesling, Semillon and Shiraz. Planned plantings for the next few years include Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Viogner, Pinot Grigio as well as increasing the plantings of Shiraz and Riesling.
RVWEP46611_2001 Item# 61594