Tim Adams The Fergus 2012


The Fergus from Tim Adams is a blend of grenache, tempranillo and malbec.  An unusual combination yes, and I don't associate the Clare Valley with grenache, but it works in the glass.  Plums, spice and cherry aromatics meet with a cherry dominant mid weight palate.  An easy drinking style.  Good

Abv: 14.5%, Price: ~$20, Vendors and website: http://www.timadamswines.com.au, Tasted: 2015
Clare Valley
September 27, 2015
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