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Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

This aromatic wine has great balance and generous flavour typical of this variety grown in the Clare Valley.
Fermentation in new French oak has added complexity to the grassy and plush stone fruit characters of the Semillon.
The palate is textural and rich thanks to extended lees contact, without residual sweetness and has a long lingering finish.
It has diverse food compatibility—in particular with seafood and pasta and may be cellared for a decade with confidence.


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Tim Adams Fairfield Block Semillon

Producer: Colour: WhiteGrape: SemillonRegion: South Australia, Clare ValleyVintage: 2014Grape Details: SemillonSKU: TIMAD02

£12.99 a bottle

2 in stock


Tim Adams

“Tim Adams Wines is a family owned and operated winery in the beautiful Clare Valley, South Australia.
Their wines reflect the rich soil of the region – always elegant, balanced and distinctively Australian.”

Clare Valley

Vineyards were first established in the mid 1800s. Some of the early winery names, Wendouree, Knappstein and Quelltaler are still in the region. Nowadays there is a mix of very large companies and a significant number of boutique wineries. The climate is regarded as warm, but there are variations due to altitude. The main wine styles: White – Riesling, Semillon, Chardonnay; Red – Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon.


A great varietal from Australia, certainly one to experience. The Hunter Valley is premier region for this grape, especially it’s potential to age gracefully – when young expect unique minerally, lemony, crisp style, and with age develop into nutty, honeyed wine with complexity and depth.

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