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Good Wine Guide 2012, Nick Stock. TSW: 93/93/92

Tim Smith Wines 2008 Reserve Shiraz - 93 Points.

The 'Reserve' status and price point get you thinking about richness and intensity and this doesn't disappoint. Dark in the glass it has earthy notes, sweet spiced plums, anise and resiny oak on the nose. The palates quite deeply textured and has a very ripe, dark flavour, some porty elements, nutty complexity and leaves a thick, ripe, impression. Best drunk as hedonistic youngster.

Tim Smith Wines 2010 MGS - 93 Points.

Smith has delivered a bright an vivacious blend from the 2010 vintage, showing a wealth of rich red, blue and darker fruits on the nose, with handy freshness and perfumed lift. The palates packed with red-fruit flavours, and there are really neatly articulated tannins here too - juicy yet quite firm and sturdy, and chocolate flavours building. An excellent young wine.

Tim Smith 2009 Barossa Shiraz - 92 Points.

This is a very ripe and brooding take on the Barossa shiraz theme, with dark-plum and blackberry compote, plum-cake, spices and earthy aromas. The palates into the chocolate and plum liquor territory; oak makes more on an appearance here, adding vanilla flavour and a plum-stone finish - impressive weight and density. A blend of Eden Valley and Barossa Valley floor grapes.