The wine is aged for 24 months in 50% new and 50% seasoned French oak hogsheads. The wine colour is a medium depth crimson with purple hues. On the nose, an intense and lifted perfume of blue fruits, violets and chocolate, entwine with hints of sage, cedar and white peppery spice. On the palate juicy raspberries and Satsuma plum fills the mouth with lovely oak sweetness. The fruit is wonderfully balanced with briary and white pepper spice and textured fine tannin.
Winery ProfileAt Langmeil, the Lindner family strives for excellence in both the vineyard and winery, to produce wines that sit amongst the world’s best at prices everyone can afford. Today, Richard, Shirley, Paul and James continue to recognise the efforts of all who have helped shape Langmeil to become the world-class winery it is today. Their legacy is to build on a foundation of excellence in wine, community and culture, which they hope the seventh generation will aspire to, maintain and build upon. They also remain committed to preserving the foundations on which the property was built by its original settler, Christian Auricht, who founded the trading village of Langmeil and believed planted the Freedom vines in 1843.
Wine Region: Barossa Valley, Australia Grape: Shiraz Tasting Notes Amon-Ra...
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