Mr. Mick and Tim Adams: Two proud SA establishments

By December 10, 20192020 News

Mr. Mick Cellar Door Kitchen

Mr. Mick Wines, Cellar Door and Kitchen are named after the late K.H. (Mr. Mick) Knappstein, an Australian winemaking legend and Tim Adams’ mentor and friend. Tim and his wife Pam purchased the historic site at 7 Dominic Street, Clare in late 2010 and set about reinvigorating the picturesque property into a successful winery and Clare tourist attraction that now houses a renowned restaurant, cellar door and gallery.

Winemakers Tim Adams and Brett Schutz continue Mr. Mick’s philosophy of making “affordable wines for everyone to enjoy”, introducing consumers to new and different varietals, as well as crafting fine quality traditional wines.

Guests can also enjoy tapas style dining in the Mr. Mick Kitchen whilst looking at famous artwork by the late Murray Edwards.

In 2018 Money Magazine stated that “the Mr. Mick wines represent one of the most consistently good ranges of budget priced wines in the country.”

Mr. Mick Cellar Door and Kitchen is open 7 days a week from 10am.

Tim Adams Wines

Tim Adams is a family owned and operated winery located in the beautiful Clare Valley, 130km or about two hours north of Adelaide in South Australia. Ideally situated directly adjacent to the Riesling Trail, a popular cycling and walking track, a visit to our cellar door is a ‘must do’ for any trip to Clare. Whether driving, walking or cycling, we invite you to come and explore our exciting range of wines and enjoy our brand-new single vineyard wine flight and cheese pairing experience.  Enjoy a curated flight of our single vineyard wines, carefully matched to cheese from the Smelly Cheese Shop.

The newly renovated Tim Adams cellar door is open 7 days a week from 10.30am to 5pm weekdays and 11am to 5pm on weekends and public holidays.

“Our wines reflect the region, elegant, balanced and distinctively Australian”, Tim Adams.