Tim Adams Sweet Briar Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
  • Outstanding Clare Valley Cabernet
  • Packed with luscious minty blackcurrant flavour
  • Distinctive of the region and elegant in style

Tim Adams Sweet Briar Clare Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 x12

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"Tim Adams is one of the finest and most consistent of the Clare Valley's many wineries. The affordable prices and widespread availability of its wines do not give them the cachet that scarcity or extreme cost often delivers regardless of quality. These are true enthusiasts' wines - they're carefully and professionally made from well-managed and low-yielding vineyards, and they exemplify what the Clare Valley is all about." Jeremy Oliver, Australian Wine Annual 2013.

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Cabernet Sauvignon




Enjoy with red meats and hard cheeses.


Matured in French oak.


Ruby red with purple hues.


This wine from the iconic red loam soils of the rolling hills northeast of the Clare township, has cassis and leafy berry aromatics.


Flavours with moderate back palate tannins and French oak influence.


While the Clare Valley is at the forefront of most wine connoisseurs for the sensational Riesling produced there, most knowledgeable wine consumers will also be aware of the sensational red wines produced from Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon. Richly flavoured and generally long lived these wines are easily able to stand proud alongside any top notch Barossa wines.

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