Jim Barry Wines, located in the Clare Valley of South Australia, has an innovative approach to viticulture and a strong commitment to technological excellence in winemaking. This philosophy is fundamental to the company's ability to consistently produce wines of the highest quality which have won international recognition.
Jim Barry Wines' philosophy to winemaking is very simple: own the vineyards to develop the best fruit flavours possible and retain these flavours during winemaking.
Fruit bottled under the Jim Barry Wines label is sourced from their family owned vineyards, ensuring they have complete and utter control over every stage of production from vine to wine.
Jim Barry Wines has four distinctive climatic and geographical sites in the Clare Valley –
• Watervale towards the southern end of the Valley
• Lodge Hill in the eastern ranges
• Vineyards at the northern entrance to Clare and
• Armagh to the west
• In addition, the company has a 14 hbernet Sauvignon vineyard in the Coonawarra region.
Next gen winemakers Tom and Sam Barry became perhaps the youngest winemakers in Australia to take out the classic Australian Best Shiraz/Cabernet Blend Trophy at the Melbourne Wine Show in October 2014, for their 2013 Barry Brothers Shiraz/Cabernet, which retails for A$20 a bottle.
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