Jim Barry

Antonio Vallana e Figlio

Gattinara Nebbiolo

Lovely Pre-birthday dinner with Natalie, Robin and Jim — 2 years ago

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St. Amant Winery

The Road Less Traveled Tempranillo 2017

Very dark. Holy high alcohol Jim! 14.9%. Smells a bit like port, grandma’s fruit cake, & blackberry/black cherry jam. Also like Christmas. I heard that from somebody. This wine is all Christmas. Flavor is similar to nose. Toasty, toffee, smokey, slightly raisiny. It has a nice dry, earthy finish though. The ink and graphite hint late. It’s a unique, big Tempranillo, but it’s tasty and delicious. Best on a cold night as the last one... — 3 years ago

Château Fonplégade

Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

Liked drank with Jim & Sue at beach, 2-14-18 — 4 years ago

Giovanni Rocca

Mosconi Barolo Nebbiolo 2011

Sorry Jim and Craigh you guys sat at the wrong table — 4 years ago

Craig ManchenJim Kaylor
with Craig and Jim

Château Rollan de By

Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

Back at Bird and Jim for another great dinner. Had this Bordeaux blend and getting hints of tobacco along with darker berries (blackberries) and this ends up being very smooth on the finish. — 2 years ago

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Kellerei Bozen

St. Magdalener Classico Südtirol Huck Am Bach Lagrein Schiava 2017

Pale, translucent with salmon rim variation / fresh earth, dried red fruit or bramble, game, mountain scrub, thyme, jerky? / med- body showing red raspberry, some strawberry, both offset with savory tones / slim Jim, fruit roll up / Blind I might’ve called this Fleurie, but it’s definitely a little more complex than that—these wines are hidden gem — 3 years ago

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Paloma

Napa Valley Merlot 1995

Some oak and just a touch of an herbal aroma, still pretty solid structure, balanced, long finish, should be excellent with the prime rib. Kudos to Jim and Barbara for this lovely old Merlot. — 4 years ago

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Arterberry Maresh

Maresh Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

3rd generation grower Jim Maresh launched his own brand in 2007. Maresh Vineyard was first planted in 1970 by grandparents Jim & Loie. Aromas of attractive red berry fruits with a touch of cooling mint. On the palate cherry and berry fruits, well structured, with a touch of rustic spice. Fine soft tannins, balanced with acidity, medium-bodied, long finish ending with earthy mineral character. Very Nice! — 3 years ago

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Henriot

Brut Souverain Champagne Blend

Leah Jackson
9.1

The perfect wine to toast a birthday! Cheers Jim. — 3 years ago

Christina RischarMary Lou RischarJim Rischar
with Christina, Mary and 1 other
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