Barossa Vineyards: Langmeil Winery

Does the Barossa Valley ring a bell? This wine region, one of the world's largest, is located one hour north of Adelaide. For 150 years the Barossa has produced quality wine which now accounts for more than 20% of Australian wine production. The oldest Shiraz vines in the world are in the region. The wines of the Barossa are often compared to those of Bordeaux (France), Napa Valley (USA) or Tuscany (Italy). During our stay we visited three vineyards.
After Henschke, we head to Langmeil Winery. The small family estate is recognized internationally as one of the top producers of premium wine in Australia. It is also known for maintaining the heritage of the Barossa and for its environmental practices. The vineyard is richly steeped in history, it is here that you will find the oldest surviving Shiraz vines in the world, an amazing sight. If we add the friendly atmosphere that prevails among the staff, Langmeil Winery is definitely worth a visit during a trip to the Barossa.

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