Jim Barry

Jim Barry / The Armagh 2015

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ジム・バリー / ジ・アーマー 2015



The name “Armagh” was bestowed by the original Irish settlers who arrived in 1849 and named the lush rolling hill after their homeland. The vineyard was planted by Jim Barry in 1968 and yields less than 2 tonnes per acre. Aged for 16 months in American oak and French oak, The Armagh is black-purple in color and displays a nose of lifted, aromatic, blueberry/blackberry cassis, cedary oak, spice and complex, underlying savory characters. The palate is huge and dense, with fully integrated oak, yet still featuring complex fruits of plum, blackcurrant, blackberry, and black cherry. It shows deep, brooding consistency, with the flavor and texture of chocolate mud cake. This wine is ideal for long term cellaring. It is suggested that the wine be allowed to breathe a minimum of 2 hours before being consumed to fully appreciate the distinctive flavors and aromas. Oak treatment: 16 months in French and American oak

Varietal: 100% Shiraz

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