Jim Barry | Annabelle’s Rosé
Name of Product
Jim Barry Annabelle’s Rosé Where does it originate from?
Annabelle’s Rosé is made using Clare Valley Grenache. Over the past 55 years the Barry Family have established a great name in the wine industry with Matthew Jukes crowning them “Winery of the Year” 2016-2017. Tasting Notes
As you pour this rosé into the glass you’re treated to a glistening light pink that’s ready to be consumed. It then opens up to the smell of summer fruits with a hint of earthiness and spice. On the palate straight away is summer vibes with fruity berry flavours. It will be a wine you won’t want to share (it’s really that good!). What it is best used for or paired with
Annabelle’s Rosé is best paired with seared salmon and white-rinded cheeses such as brie and camembert Price Point Retail: $22 Jim Barry Wine Club: $18.70 Where to get it from Online: jimbarry.com/store/ Distributors: Samuel Smith & Son Barry’s Burgers $8 a glass (as pictured)
Overall Opinion and Review Annabelle’s Rosé was named after Peter Barry’s first grandchild, so you already know this wine is special.
I have found this the best summer Rosé (hence why I have done this review). Make sure you don’t miss out as there is very limited stock. If you want to try more Jim Barry wines; I highly recommend Jim Barry Watervale Riesling (you can thank me later!).