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Langmeil
1843 Freedom Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2010

TASTING NOTES

“Created from the world's oldest existing shiraz vines; there is profound restraint and depth of character on the bouquet, with dark fruits, fresh pitch and charry oak on display; the palate is lively and fresh despite its concentration, with vibrant acidity and silky fine-grained tannins providing an even and fine conclusion.” James Halliday 96pt

¥3200.00
  • COUNTRY
    Australia
  • STYLE
    Dry
  • PRODUCER
    Langmeil
  • REGION
    South Australia
  • COLOUR
    Red
  • BOTTLE SIZE
    750ml
  • APPELLATION
    Barossa Valley
  • GRAPE
    Shiraz
  • COUNTRY
    Australia
  • STYLE
    Dry
  • PRODUCER
    Langmeil
  • REGION
    South Australia
  • COLOUR
    Red
  • BOTTLE SIZE
    750ml
  • APPELLATION
    Barossa Valley
  • GRAPE
    Shiraz

Langmeil

Vine was first planted at Langmeil in Barossa in the 1840’s. this is also the address for the oldest Shiraz block in Australia and remains a Mecca for wine enthusiast to pay their homages. Like many founders in Barossa, Langmeil was established by Christian Auricht, a Prussian pioneer who was fleeing from religious persecution in 1842. The first Shiraz was planted in 1843 and the wines were used to commemorate their new gain freedoms- this fruit from the same vines are still made today under the famous (Langton’s Excellent) 1843 Freedom Shiraz label. The Winery has been under the Lindner family, who is a local Barossan grower since 1996. Wine quality as great as ever. (5 stars, excerpt from James Halliday Wine Companion)

  • Style EN - Old World
  • Style EN - New World