Jim Barry Museum Release Lodge Hill Riesling 1999


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Region: Clare Valley
Grapes: Riesling
First Glance: Nutty, Toasty, Creamed Honey, Lanolin 

The Wine:
A whopping 25 years on from its harvest, this was one of the first Jim Barry wines to ever use the Stelvin screw-cap as its closure. Fluro yellow/gold in the glass, developed aromas of grilled nuts, buttered toast, creamed honey, lanolin and some lemon curd. Very rich and textural, but still holding freshness and line. Pretty spectacular.

*note - bottle image is not accurate - we weren't able to find the correct one.