Langmeil Three Gardens Shiraz/Grenache/Mourvedre 2009

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The old Barossa vigneron referred to his vineyard as his garden. Langmeil's Three Gardens in Tanunda, Lyndoch and Vin...

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The long mile, indeed. This one's full of black pepper, big bunches of blackberries, heat, some barnyard aromas. That's just the aroma. On the pala... Read more

A lovely wine consisting of spice, blackberries, red fruits and gentle tannins. Read more

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4.00 5
08/29/2011

The long mile, indeed. This one's full of black pepper, big bunches of blackberries, heat, some barnyard aromas. That's just the aroma. On the palate it's a huge wine, big with a good portion of spice, leather and a sticky black tar finish. Grab a big chunk of grilled meat and enjoy.


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3.00 5
01/09/2011

A lovely wine consisting of spice, blackberries, red fruits and gentle tannins.


Winemaker's Notes:

The old Barossa vigneron referred to his vineyard as his garden. Langmeil's Three Gardens in Tanunda, Lyndoch and Vine Vale are the source of this red blend. Bright and fresh summer berries jump out of the glass and also show up on the palate with some sweet spice and fine tannin structure. This is a fine example of this classic Barossa blend.

The old Barossa vigneron referred to his vineyard as his garden. Langmeil's Three Gardens in Tanunda, Lyndoch and Vine Vale are the source of this red blend. Bright and fresh summer berries jump out of the glass and also show up on the palate with some sweet spice and fine tannin structure. This is a fine example of this classic Barossa blend.

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