December 18, 2018

Jim Barry The Barry Bros Shiraz Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Australia has put the shiraz cab blend on the world stage.  It is one that allows the juicy plush shiraz grape to fill in nicely around and taking shape from the cabernet sauvignon structure.  The Clare Valley in South Australia produces rich fruited reds, bold yet velvety and for the price domestically, this one is hard to beat.

Peppery, blackberry and red currant fruit has an oak richness to the juicy fruit. It is a full bodied red wine that has been made to enjoy now as it is released with a few years in the bottle already. I am ready for a BBQ right now, or I might be easily convinced to cook up a venison stew.

Quickie review «A bold, full bodied, peppery red dripping with ripe and spiced berryf ruit. A plush one released with a couple of years age to enjoy now.»

Countryof Origin:  Clare Valley, Australia
Tasting Date:  May 2018
Price:  AU$22| UK£17| US$17+
Drink: now – 3 years
Needs food: no
Source: Tasting

This wine was featured on a winemusing.tv ‘Quickie Review’:

Categories

Looking for a something specific, please use search:

You May Also Like…

Getting to know: IL PALAGIO

Getting to know: IL PALAGIO

Il Palagio estate has been owned by Sting and producer and actor, Trudie Styler after finding it in a state of decline in 1999.  Not only is this is their summer home, it is a productive farm estate that produces not only this wine but also olive oil, honey...

Cantina Zaccagnini Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

Cantina Zaccagnini Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

Undoubtedly, this eye catching bottle will be the first thing you notice. Cantina Zaccagnini has distinctively adorned this bottle with, what I assume, a piece of pruned vine and a beautifully scripted label. At least, when you head out to purchase your next bottle,...

Fairview Goats du Roam Red 2019

Fairview Goats du Roam Red 2019

This Goats du Roam red is fairly leaping with fun, starting with the name. Any lover of French wine would know that this is a play on the region Côtes du Rhône and a tip of the hat to the varieties that make up this playful red blend. Cinsault from bush vine...

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *