Wine Langmeil, "Three Gardens", 2017
Reviews of purchase Langmeil, "Three Gardens", 2017
The color of wine - rich crimson red with purple hues.
The well-balanced, refreshing taste of wine sweet spice is successfully combined with spicy sharpness. The wine shows good structure and complexity of impressive silky tannins and a long pleasant aftertaste.
The wine is bright, fresh and fruity aroma with notes of ripe cherry, plum and blueberry framing delicate hints of chocolate and white pepper.
Wine suitable as an accompaniment to red meat, poultry and goat cheeses. Can be served with grilled chicken or lamb on the grill.
The name of the wine "Three Gardens" says that the grapes were grown for its creation in three vineyards. And indeed it is. The best grapes varieties Shiraz, Grenache and Mataro collected at three sites: Tanunda, Lyndoch and Vine Vale. It is this blend, according to the company oenologist Langmeyl demonstrates traditional for the region Barossa combination. Moreover, this blend has been known since 1840, and passing the test of time, today confirms the exceptional status of wine with varietal composition. Extract of wine made in oak barrels for twelve months.
Wine "Three Garden" 2012 is characterized by bright fruit flavors and fresh aroma that surprised even its creator - enologist Paul Lindner. The climatic conditions of the season led to early ripening. The difference of day and night temperatures in summer and mild, dry autumn allowed grapes slowly but surely and completely to form their taste. As a result, the wine surprises extremely juicy fruit scheme and a rich aroma. At the peak of ripeness vintage 2012 will be up until 2022.
Eighties of the XX century were very difficult for the wine industry in Australia. Export sales accounted for less than 20% of the total production, and the industry was faced with a surplus of grapes. South Australian Government has submitted a program under which producers pay for the removal of unwanted vines. In 1988 the company "Bernkastel" has been eliminated, and until 1996 the winery was not functioning. In 1996, three comrades - Richard and Carl Lindner and Chris Bitter, whose family for several generations lived in the Barossa, acquired the winery and resumed production under the name Langmeyl. Today the company is a leading manufacturer of premium wines in Australia.