Tim Adams The Aberfeldy Shiraz 2008 » $60.00 (✔in stock) | Cellarit
Tim Adams The Aberfeldy Shiraz
Shiraz
2008
95
8
$60.00

91 Points Robert Parker

Named after the vineyard planted in 1904 and aged in new American oak hogsheads for 24 months, the 2008 The Aberfeldy reveals a very deep garnet purple color and pronounced aromas of eucalypt and blackberry preserves over cedar and vanilla, coffee beans and a whiff of loam. Concentrated, full-bodied with medium to firm very fine tannins, high acidity and a long minty finish, it just needs a bit of time for the oak to integrate. Drink it 2013 to 2020.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. December, 2010

95 Points James Halliday

The finest Clare shiraz can do power and density with perfume and control like nothing else. Tim Adams is among the best value labels in the land and Aberfeldy is his uptown rendition. Remarkable complexity of mixed spice and layered black fruits; astonishing texture, persistence and energy. Drink 2023 - 2028.
Source: James Halliday. April, 2011

93 Points James Halliday

Bright colour; mountainous oak dominates the bouquet at this early stage, with raspberry, blackberry and mint on show as well; the palate follows suit, as the wine is rugged and unevolved, needing time to come together; big boned and full of raw power, time will be its friend. Shiraz. Drink to 2025.
Source: James Halliday. December, 2010

95 Points Tyson Stelzer

The finest Clare shiraz can do power and density with perfume and control like nothing else. Tim Adams is among the best value labels in the land and Aberfeldy is his uptown rendition. Remarkable complexity of mixed spice and layered black fruits; astonishing texture, persistence and energy. Drink 2023 - 2028.
Source: Tyson Stelzer. April, 2011

Named after the vineyard planted in 1904 and aged in new American oak hogsheads for 24 months, the 2008 The Aberfeldy reveals a very deep garnet purple color and pronounced aromas of eucalypt and blackberry preserves over cedar and vanilla, coffee beans and a whiff of loam. Concentrated, full-bodied with medium to firm very fine tannins, high acidity and a long minty finish, it just needs a bit of time for the oak to integrate. Drink it 2013 to 2020. Source: Robert Parker (Wine Advocate) December, 2010 by Lisa Perrotti-Brown

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