Tim Adams The Fergus 75Cl

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Product Description

  • The Fergus - Red Australian Wine
  • "The Fergus" is named after our neighbour, Fergus Mahon, who kindly sold us his Grenache grapes in 1993 during a desperate shortage of Shiraz and Cabernet. We quickly realised the potential of this medium bodied, luscious wine style.
  • This vintage consists of Grenache, Tempranillo and Malbec from the dry-grown vineyards of the Mahon family and from our own.
  • Fermentation on skins for seven days preceded pressing and then maturation in a mixture of French and American oak for 24 months. The wine is aromatic and spicy, with mouthfilling flavour and fine tannins. Particularly good with duck, turkey, lamb and game.
  • Tim Adams
  • Director of Winemaking
  • Wine of Australia
  • Pack size: 750mL


Allergy Information

  • Contains Sulphites and Egg
  • Contains: Eggs, Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites

Tasting Notes

  • The wine has lifted red berry aromas and flavours of Tempranillo, with further complexity of Grenache spiciness. Malbex adds mid palate richness and flavours of berries and violets. It is a mouth filling wine that may be kept for up to 10 years.

Region of Origin

Wine Colour


Alcohol Units



14.0% vol

Current Vintage



Tim Adams Wines

Type of Closure

Wine Maker

Tim Adams



Alcohol Type


Taste Category


Grape Variety

Grenache, Tempranillo, Malbec

Vinification Details

  • This wine that may be kept for up to 10 years.


  • Tim Adams Wines was founded in 1985 and has grown from a crush of just 85 tonnes then to around 900 tonnes today winning a string of international awards. It sources its purely Clare fruit via a network of loyal growers and it's own vineyards

Regional Information

  • Lying north of Adelaide, South Australia's Clare Valley has a combination of soils, altitude and climate which make it unique among Australian regions for production of a wide range of wines.

Storage Type


Storage Instructions

Alcohol Unit Other Text

Wine Effervescence

Country of Origin


Origin Free Text

Wine of Australia

Name and address

  • Made by:
  • Tim Adams Wines,
  • Warenda Road,
  • Clare,
  • South Australlia 5453.

Importer address

  • Australian Wine Agencies,
  • Dachet,
  • Berks.,
  • SL3 9BY,
  • UK.

Return to

  • Australian Wine Agencies,
  • Dachet,
  • Berks.,
  • SL3 9BY,
  • UK.
  • timadams.com.au

Lower age limit

Statutory Years : 18

Net Contents

750 Millilitres

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6 Reviews

Average of 4.2 stars

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Excellent wine

5 stars

A glorious wine only available through Tesco. Delivery problems at Greenford mean that I am unable to purchase it. Pity

Great Sunday Roast Wine

5 stars

This is an unusual combination of grapes and as such you meet in one glass a variety of multi-layered smells and flavours. For the purists this might be a problem since there is much metaphorical changing of lanes required by the taster but if you stick with it the wine is rewarding. Initially on the nose there is abundant autumn dark berry fruit followed by a distinct bell pepper almost petroleum undertone. It has substantial but not overwhelming mouth feel transiting to the dark fruit flavours finally offering up a hint of mint and cedar, A complex wine which offers much.

A wine to proud of on the christmas dinner table

5 stars

No only for the Xmas table but for any special dinner party it's a medium bodied soft wine but can be drunk on its own or with a chunk of finest vintage cheder cheese

Brilliant !!

5 stars

Tasted this at the 2012 London Wine Fair and it was one of my favourites on the day as were all the Tim Adams range, deep powerful fruit flavours with a kick of spice, bought the last remaining few on the shelves at my local branch but unfortunately not available online at the moment. When it is buy it !!

The Fergus Unusually Dissapointing

1 stars

I've been buying this wine from Tesco for some years. Opened a bottle of the 2007 within days of purchase and it didn't taste"right".Checked with my wife, who has a very accurate sense of taste, and she agreed As it has a screwcap it couldn't have been "corked". For comparison purposes opened a bottle of the 2006 from my cellar and it was in excellent condition and worthy of 5 stars. When the 2008 is on sale shall try it just to make sure the 2007 was a one off.

The Fergus - a serious wine!

4 stars

Deep flavoured grenache that will still improve with age. Ideal with mustard-coated pork fillets; has the body and depth to go well with most foods.


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