Langmeil Three Gardens Shiraz Grenache Mataro 2021


Langmeil Three Gardens Shiraz Grenache Mataro

The ancient Barossa wine producers refer to their vineyards as gardens. The Three Gardens is a contemporary blend of three traditional varieties that have been growing in the Barossa since 1840. Shiraz, Mataro and Grenache grapes are used for this wine. The grapes come from vines that are between 10 and 90 years old. The wine matures for 12 months in used oak barrels.

The wine has a crimson red color with purple reflections. Fresh and fragrant fruit greets you from the glass. The scents of raspberry and red plum dominate the aromas with a subtle savory and hint of white pepper. The juicy fruit explodes in your mouth and is very well balanced with pepper and sweet spices. A medium body with good complexity and beautiful silky tannins that transition into a fruity and spicy finish.

Pairs well with slowly cooked lamb.

Today, Chief Winemaker Paul Lindner oversees the vinification process and pays particular attention to making wine from individual vineyards, minimal handling and careful filtration to ensure distinctly well-balanced wines with subtle complexities. Langmeil shows that Barossa is capable of producing not only easily approachable wines but also more complex varieties with excellent aging potential.

The Langmeil Three Gardens is a true regional blend of three varieties that have thrived in the Barossa for 150 years. The wine resulting from this three-variety blend is particularly rich because of the complementary properties that each variety brings.

The result is a wine with a perfume of cedar, tobacco, plums and blackcurrants. The mouthfeel is rich with a long aftertaste of black cherries, berries, toast, pepper and licorice.

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