Tim Smith Wines, Barossa Shiraz
Tim Smith Wines, Barossa Shiraz
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From the winery:
The fruit for this wine is carefully sourced from several old vineyards in the Barossa Valley floor; areas include Tanunda, Seppeltsfield, Nuriootpa, Kalimna and Light Pass. Vine age is 100+ years for the oldest parcel and around 20 years for the youngest. It is the expert selection of these small parcels and subsequent winemaker prowess that creates the resultant reputable wine bearing the stamp of Tim Smith. Aged in a combination of new and old French oak, this wine is another that benefits from cellaring…if you can wait.
“I source my Shiraz grapes from about 6 vineyard sites on the Barossa Valley floor. These sites include Eden Valley, Tanunda, Seppeltsfield, Nuriootpa, Kalimna and Light Pass. Vine age is +100 years of age for the oldest parcel, with the younger parcel being about 20 years of age. My approach to making Shiraz is to firstly highlight regionality. Winemaker-style is a close but definite second. The myriad of individual vineyard sites in the Barossa is our distinct advantage in shaping Shiraz wines; we have over a dozen distinct villages, numerous soils, and a range in elevation to achieve this.” Tim Smith