2013 The Aberfeldy

Clare Valley
Bottle size
750 mL


The Aberfeldy has long been synonymous with quality, representing our flagship wine. Year after year, this wine continues to deliver the best that Clare Valley Shiraz has to offer. The Aberfeldy has vibrant magenta colour with aromatics of cherry, plum, dark berries and chocolate complemented by the oak derived characters of clove, nutmeg and vanilla. The palate is full bodied with dark berry conserve flavours and balanced oak, firm tannin and acidity. The wine has persistent length of sweet fruit and oak, with power, elegance and great finesse.
The wine has been sealed with a WAK closure, an internally threaded screw cap with a traditional look. This wine is worthy of keeping for up to 20 years in good conditions. We recommend decanting prior to serving.
The Aberfeldy has become an iconic Australian Shiraz, consistently collecting Gold medals at the International Wine Challenge in London annually.

Growing Conditions

A dry year in 2013 meant that yields were a little down, but flavour was concentrated and intense. Red wines are full bodied, yet elegant at the same time.



David Ellis
Gold Coast Sun - Professional

September 5, 2017 14:30

IT’S $65 a bottle, but take heed of what those in the know have to say, and buy
yourself not one, but two — the first to enjoy now with a special occasion
lunch or dinner and the second to tuck away in a cool, dark place to see just how
wonderfully it will have developed anywhere up to 20 years down the track.
We’re talking of Tim Adams Wines’ just-released 2013 Aberfeldy Shiraz,
made by Tim Adams and Brett Schulz from fruit off premium dry grown Clare Valley
vineyards that were planted in 1904, and this one the label’s 23rd annual release.
Always much anticipated, Aberfeldy Shiraz has long been synonymous with quality,
one highly-respected wine writer even dubbing it “like the Clare Valley’s Grange.”

John Rozentals
Blue Mountains Record - Professional

September 4, 2017 14:30

Tim Adams 2015 The Aberfeldy Shiraz ($65): The
Aberfeldy has long been one of my favourite reds.
Much of the input comes from low-yielding, 100-yearold
Clare Valley vines and it shows in the intensity
of flavour that Tim regularly achieves. Its dark berry
flavours and soft fullness make it a natural with most
hearty meat dishes.
A red classic