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Jim Barry Jb Rosé 2017
  • 5 Star Halliday rated winery
  • Generously fruity, savoury spice & creaminess
  • Pair with prawns with a tangy dipping sauce

Jim Barry Jb Rosé 2017 x12

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Certain names resonate strongly within the halls of the Australian wine industry. Jim Barry is one of those names.

Wine Region

CLARE VALLEY

Drink Until

2025

Varieties

100% Grenache

Alcohol

12.5%

Foods

Prawns with tangy dipping sauce.

Oak

Unoaked.

Colour

This wine is a soft pink hue in the glass.

Nose

The nose has lifted aromatics of strawberries, red cherries and floral notes.

Palate

The palate has generous brightt red fruits, summer berries with hints of savoury spice. The subtle sweetness is balanced with a refreshing line of acidity. The palate closes with a rich creamy texture of juicy acid line, drawing out the length and complexity of the wine.

Background

Certain names resonate strongly within the halls of the Australian wine industry. Jim Barry is one of those names. It was Jim's drive and community spirit that helped shape South Australia's Clare Valley as a benchmark in the world of Riesling and cemented its place as one of Australia's premier wine regions. The Barry family name is synonymous with the Clare wine region and their deep ties to the local community continue to this day

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