Tim Adams Clare Valley Shiraz 2006


The 2006 vintage of Tim Adams' shiraz, now 11 years on, is a brooding wine.  Its aromatics more or less remind of mulberries.  The palate has length, balance and some warmth on the finish.  Tightly coiled, I think this wine will improve further with a few more years in the cellar or, failing that, a good decant.  (Alc: 14.5%, Region: Clare Valley, Rating: Good to Very Good, Would I buy it based on this tasting? Yes, Drink: now to 2022, Tasted: Mar, 2017)

Read more:
www.timadamswines.com.au

Other vintages reviewed:

Vintage Rating Review
2012
Good
Clare Valley
April 12, 2017
0

Featured post

IMW Annual Bordeaux tasting - 2013 vintage

Held in Sydney by the Institute of Masters of Wine on the weekend, this was …

Popular Posts

Exclusive/small production winery mailing lists

Well executed mailing lists provide benefits to consumer and winery alike.  …

Colonel and The Merchant Barossa Shiraz 2016

I tasted this wine blind, not knowing it was a $10 wine.  Actually, it's…

Lucinda Estate Circa 1990 South Gippsland Pinot Noir 2015

A first wine for me from this producer, and a good one.  Lucinda Estate in S…