Langmeil Sgm "Three Gardens" Barossa 2006

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This delicious wine draws its name from the old Barossa Vignerons word for vineyard. Three Gardens were chosen for th...

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CityWineCellar.com
Staten Island, NY (210 mi)
USD 14.99
750ml
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Nice GSM blend. Plummy, with some earthiness/minerality that I like. Bitter finish that goes on awhile. Also some alcohol heat. Very Good - 85 points. Read more

89 Points - The Wine Advocate"Value reds $20 and under. Tasted and recommended, but no tasting note given." Read more

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Snooth User: RPerro
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3.50 5
04/11/2009

Nice GSM blend. Plummy, with some earthiness/minerality that I like. Bitter finish that goes on awhile. Also some alcohol heat. Very Good - 85 points.


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
07/21/2010

89 Points - The Wine Advocate"Value reds $20 and under. Tasted and recommended, but no tasting note given."


Ratings & Tags for Langmeil Sgm "Three Gardens" Barossa

102402 Snooth User: mlaudisa
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04/06/2009

Winemaker's Notes:

This delicious wine draws its name from the old Barossa Vignerons word for vineyard. Three Gardens were chosen for their distinct Barossa style and complementary characteristics. The blend of Shiraz (48%), Grenache (42%), and Mourvèdre (10%) shows good balance and intergrated structure. It has full, ripe fruit, supported by firm but fine tannins. The overall flavours are cherries and blackberries, with hints of cloves and cinnamon. Enjoy over the next five years or so.

This delicious wine draws its name from the old Barossa Vignerons word for vineyard. Three Gardens were chosen for their distinct Barossa style and complementary characteristics. The blend of Shiraz (48%), Grenache (42%), and Mourvèdre (10%) shows good balance and intergrated structure. It has full, ripe fruit, supported by firm but fine tannins. The overall flavours are cherries and blackberries, with hints of cloves and cinnamon. Enjoy over the next five years or so.

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