Langmeil Prime Cut Shiraz - Barossa Valley, South Australia
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Langmeil Prime Cut Shiraz - Barossa Valley, South Australia
Langmeil Prime Cut Shiraz - Barossa Valley, South Australia
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Langmeil Prime Cut Shiraz - Barossa Valley, South Australia

Langmeil Prime Cut Shiraz 2021 - Barossa Valley, South Australia

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92/100 James Suckling
91/100 Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion
91/100 James Suckling (2018 vinttage)

Bronze - Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion (2020 vintage)
Bronze - International Wine & Spirit Competition (2020 vintage)
Bronze - The Global Syrah Master (2018 vintage)
Bronze - Melbourne Royal Show (2018 vintage)

Winner - Sydney International Wine Competition 'Top 100 Medium Bodied Dry Red Wines' (2018 vintage)

James Suckling "Aromas of redcurrants, red licorice and plums. Medium- to full-bodied with silky tannins. Bright acidity lifts up the savory red and black fruit. Juicy texture with spice at the finish."

Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion "Bright magenta with vibrant and juicy dark plum, boysenberry and blueberry on a base of fruitcake spices, licorice, violets, brandied fruits and earth. It's packed full of ripe, juicy spiced plums on the palate, gentle on the tannin and sporting a medium-length finish. The composition is excellent and it punches well above its weight at this pricepoint."

Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion "Characters of juicy damson plum are lifted by hints of violets and blossom, spice box, turned earth and chocolate. Firm-ish sandy tannin on the palate, red and dark fruits, spice with a savoury lean and a finish that dips off leaving you wishing it carried more confidently." (2020 vintage)

James Suckling "This has a savory, gently spicy overlay to the blueberry, blue-plum and orange-peel notes. The palate has a strident delivery of red-plum and berry flavors. Assertive but supple tannins." (2018 vintage)

Decanter 'Sure Bets for Quality' "..Langmeil sources gnarled old vines to make its expensive reds, though its bottlings from younger vines offer similar intensity and depth at more modest prices."

Decanter "Tasting wine made from the oldest producing grapevines in the world should give anyone with a sense of history a bit of a thrill. [Langmeil's most famous wine] The Freedom 1843 is named after the year the Shiraz vines were planted in the 1-acre core of Langmeil's vineyard in Barossa Valley. The rest of the blend comes from younger vines, planted in 1846. That's not a typo."

James Halliday "Langmeil Winery is the confluence of the Barossa's cultural beginnings and award-winning winemaking. Christian Auricht established the trading-site of Langmeil and planted what is believed to be the world’s oldest surviving Shiraz vineyard; The Freedom 1843. Today, this remarkable place is a captivating pocket of Australian history, now owned by the Lindner family whose own imprint on Barossa spans six generations of community, farming, food and wine."

Langmeil Winery makes wine made from the oldest producing grapevines in the world. The Lindner family of Langmeil Winery has been immersed in the Barossa’s culture of farming, food, wine and community for six generations. The family's commitment to quality is widely known throughout the international wine community.

The Barossa Valley is an important wine-producing region within the Barossa zone of South Australia, particularly associated with powerful red wines from the red wine grape variety Shiraz. A prestigious and internationally renowned region, it is not only home to some of the oldest vineyards and wineries in Australia but produces some of its most recognizable and sought-after brands. A striking feature of the Barossa Valley's wine landscape is the presence of very old vines, proudly showcased on many wine labels and during vineyard tours.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.

92/100 James Suckling
91/100 Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion
91/100 James Suckling (2018 vinttage)

Bronze - Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion (2020 vintage)
Bronze - International Wine & Spirit Competition (2020 vintage)
Bronze - The Global Syrah Master (2018 vintage)
Bronze - Melbourne Royal Show (2018 vintage)

Winner - Sydney International Wine Competition 'Top 100 Medium Bodied Dry Red Wines' (2018 vintage)

James Suckling "Aromas of redcurrants, red licorice and plums. Medium- to full-bodied with silky tannins. Bright acidity lifts up the savory red and black fruit. Juicy texture with spice at the finish."

Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion "Bright magenta with vibrant and juicy dark plum, boysenberry and blueberry on a base of fruitcake spices, licorice, violets, brandied fruits and earth. It's packed full of ripe, juicy spiced plums on the palate, gentle on the tannin and sporting a medium-length finish. The composition is excellent and it punches well above its weight at this pricepoint."

Dave Brookes, Halliday Wine Companion "Characters of juicy damson plum are lifted by hints of violets and blossom, spice box, turned earth and chocolate. Firm-ish sandy tannin on the palate, red and dark fruits, spice with a savoury lean and a finish that dips off leaving you wishing it carried more confidently." (2020 vintage)

James Suckling "This has a savory, gently spicy overlay to the blueberry, blue-plum and orange-peel notes. The palate has a strident delivery of red-plum and berry flavors. Assertive but supple tannins." (2018 vintage)

Decanter 'Sure Bets for Quality' "..Langmeil sources gnarled old vines to make its expensive reds, though its bottlings from younger vines offer similar intensity and depth at more modest prices."

Decanter "Tasting wine made from the oldest producing grapevines in the world should give anyone with a sense of history a bit of a thrill. [Langmeil's most famous wine] The Freedom 1843 is named after the year the Shiraz vines were planted in the 1-acre core of Langmeil's vineyard in Barossa Valley. The rest of the blend comes from younger vines, planted in 1846. That's not a typo."

James Halliday "Langmeil Winery is the confluence of the Barossa's cultural beginnings and award-winning winemaking. Christian Auricht established the trading-site of Langmeil and planted what is believed to be the world’s oldest surviving Shiraz vineyard; The Freedom 1843. Today, this remarkable place is a captivating pocket of Australian history, now owned by the Lindner family whose own imprint on Barossa spans six generations of community, farming, food and wine."

Langmeil Winery makes wine made from the oldest producing grapevines in the world. The Lindner family of Langmeil Winery has been immersed in the Barossa’s culture of farming, food, wine and community for six generations. The family's commitment to quality is widely known throughout the international wine community.

The Barossa Valley is an important wine-producing region within the Barossa zone of South Australia, particularly associated with powerful red wines from the red wine grape variety Shiraz. A prestigious and internationally renowned region, it is not only home to some of the oldest vineyards and wineries in Australia but produces some of its most recognizable and sought-after brands. A striking feature of the Barossa Valley's wine landscape is the presence of very old vines, proudly showcased on many wine labels and during vineyard tours.

Shiraz is the name given to the dark-skinned Syrah grape when grown in Australia and selected pockets of the New World. Though genetically identical, the stylistic differences between Shiraz and Syrah are usually pronounced.

Shiraz is so important to Australian viticulture that it is the most planted grape variety in the majority of Australian vineyards and has become virtually synonymous with the country's wine regions, and in particular the Barossa Valley.