The Armagh, Jim Barry, Shiraz Clare Valley 1998
Is stored in remote storage so a few days to pick up must be expected.
Picked up in Hørsholm and can be sent at the buyer's expense and risk.
6 Nice bottles in very good condition. Label is nice and the stopper looks nice. Stored optimally in an unopened box in a dark, cooled cellar.
1 owner. I do not vouch for drinkability. Can be shipped at buyer's expense.
Myola bears the name of a village near the vineyard and is basically a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc - in a composition that varies from year to year. For a few vintages there has also been Shiraz in the mix, e.g. in 2007, when the Shiraz harvest due to frost and drought was too small to produce the house's Shiraz wines. The color is dark, deep red and glossy in the glass. In the fragrance you will find cool shades of cherry and at the same time warmer and deeper tones of blackcurrants and ripe plums. The taste has plenty of complexity and a good tannin, which bodes well for the future. The oak blends well with the fruit. An oxygenation is recommended when the wine is young. 2012 according to Peder Rosdahl: Deep dark colour, dark purple edge. Cassis, blueberries, and pepper are the first impressions. Later some vanilla, liquorice and a hint of mint. Light and pleasant tannins. Well balanced and a good level of acidity.