Family-owned winery, Jim Barry Wines are celebrating 50 years since the planting of their iconic Armagh Vineyard, with the release of the 2018 ‘The Armagh’ Shiraz.

20th Oct 2022

The Barry Family, of Jim Barry Wines, have been recognised for their major contribution to the development, promotion and showcasing of Riesling Style Wine, nationally and around the world.

17th Oct 2022

Success at the 2022 Clare Valley Reginal Wine Show

17th Oct 2022

"Never was there a more achingly beautiful trio of wines" - Erin Larkin

8th Aug 2022

We are delighted to share with you our recent success at the Royal Queensland Wine Awards, which highlighted what an incredible year 2022 was for Clare Valley Riesling. 

2nd Aug 2022

Jim Barry Wines has continued its commitment to the McGrath Foundation with the release oftwoadditional new wines underThe Nurse Seriesrange, to help raise funds for McGrath Breast Care Nurses.

24th May 2022

Nearly 150 guests attended the Jim Barry High Tea, featuring special guestGlenn McGrath, on Sunday 15th May 2022 at clos Clare, Watervale. The event raised just shy of $10,000 for the McGrath Foundation to help fund specialist McGrath Breast Care nurses across Australia.

23rd May 2022

The 2022 vintage kicked off in late February with a great start. 

23rd May 2022

Calling all Riesling lovers! Especially those who like their Riesling with a little age.

23rd Mar 2022

Jim Barry goes into bat for Breast Cancer Care

7th Feb 2022

2021 Spring Newsletter

27th Sep 2021

Jim Barry Wines X Jake Kellie Vine Cutting Lunch 14th May 2021

24th Sep 2021

You're invited to participate in a virtual tasting of the Jim Barry 2016 'The Armagh' Shiraz (rated 99 points!) and The Teeling 17 year old The Armagh cask finish Irish Whiskey. 

Purchase the pack then tune into Facebook live on Sunday 12th July at 4.30pm (SA time)

8th Jul 2020

Thanks to Grapelive for a fantastic article on our 2013 'The Armagh' Shiraz

"The beautiful Jim Barry The Armagh Shiraz is really showing well at the moment with impressive restraint and layering, while still having a seriously dense (rich) and powerful presence in the glass with an inky purple/black and crimson hue and a dark berry coulis and spice laced full bodied palate, it is a wine to be taken seriously and enjoyed for another decade or more. ".

Click the title above to read the full article.

3rd Mar 2020

A long, deeply valued and occasionally dangerous friendship between the Mosel's Ernst Loosen and the Barry Family of Clare has delivered a collaboration unlike anything seen before.

18th Feb 2020
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