2019 Shiraz – Tim Adams
This exquisite, yet powerful wine has attractive aromas and tastes of violet, blackberry, and mulberry. The complexity of the brew is enhanced with 24 months of American oak maturation. Steak and other red meats are excellent complements.
Tim Adams Shiraz
Tim Adams is a star winery in the Clare Valley of South Australia, producing reference-style offerings from the state’s signature grapes. This Tim Adams Shiraz from Clare Valley is created from carefully selected premium vineyard sites, providing a Clare Valley Shiraz with a distinct regional and varietal character.
The 2017 vintage was produced during a warm and dry growing season, with little rain. As a consequence, our Shiraz has vibrant color, strong flavor, and a well-structured tannin structure. Individual fermentations were conducted on the skins to dryness before being pressed together in this blend. The batches were aged in two and three-year-old American oak barrels for a total of 24 months.
All of the ingredients in this blend were separately fermented on skins and pressed to dryness before being blended together. Only selected softer pressings were returned to the wine.
The wine was aged for 24 months in a mix of two and three-year-old American oak casks selected by the winemaking team. After 9 months in stainless tanks, the oak tannin was softened before blending, fining, filtering, and bottling occurred.
History and Regional Information about Tim Adams Shiraz 2019
Tim Adams Wines was founded in 1985 and now produces around 900 tonnes of wine from just 85 tonnes back then, winning a number of international honors. It gets its whole Clare fruit through a network of devoted farmers and its own vineyards.
Clare Valley, South Australia’s northernmost wine-producing region, is unique among Australian regions in that it features a range of soils, elevations, and temperatures that allows for the production of a wide range of wines.
Facts about Top rated Tim Adams Shiraz 2019
Region: Clare Valley
Aroma: Red wine that has aromas and tastes of blackberry, mulberry, and fresh cherries.
Food Pairing with wine: Beef & red meat dishes
Alcohol Content: 14.5%
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