2016 Jim Barry Lodge Hill Shiraz

2016 Jim Barry Lodge Hill Shiraz

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Expert Reviews

93 Points - James SucklingBold blackberries and plums framed in gently earthy notes and fragrance. The palate delivers a smooth, elegant and supple feel, where red plums meet mulberries in a fresh and neatly groomed mode. This has immediate appeal and medium-term aging potential. Try from 2020.
89 Points - James Halliday - Halliday's Wine CompanionEstate-grown, the different blocks vinified separately, matured for 15 months in 3-4yo barrels. Full-bodied, but not extractive. Very smart new label.
88 Points - Huon Hooke - The Real ReviewDeep, dark colour with a toasty, charry oak and eucalypt 'forest floor' bouquet. The wine is full-bodied, very firm and grippy, with rustic structure and lots of grunt. Berries and gumleaf-mint. Future potential.
88 Points - Christina Pickard - Wine EnthusiastA sturdy wine showcasing Clare Valley's comparatively cool climes in the form of raspberry, cola, chocolate, and spicy, peppery oak characters. A lifted line of acidity makes the fruit feel juicy but there's simultaneously something heavy about the oak and tannin profile, like a thick blanket over the tongue, that weighs the wine down. Overall, a solid if not overly characterful wintery red.

Tech stuff

Jim Barry
Clare Valley
Screw Cap

Who made it?

Jim Barry Wines is a family winery based in the Clare Valley of South Australia. The company was founded in 1959 by Jim and Nancy Barry. The company is now owned and managed by Peter Barry, a second generation family winemaker. Jim Barry Wines is home to some of Australia’s favourite wines such as The Armagh, The McRae Wood, The Benbournie, First Eleven, Pb, The Cover Drive, The Lodge Hill Shiraz, The Barry Brothers, The Florita, The Lodge Hill Riesling and Watervale Riesling.

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