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Intense raspberry & lifted black cherry aromas with faint hints of fenugreek & balsamic. Super drinking.
Grape Varieties: Grenache/Garnacha Mourvedre/Monastrell/Mataro Syrah/Shiraz
Style: Rich, fruity
Drink By: 2016
Recommended by John Wilson, Irish Times, March 2012
Blue-Gold Medal: Sydney International Wine Competition 2012
91 points: James Halliday's Wine Companion
The ‘garden’ was how the old Barossa vigneron referred to his vineyard. Langmeil's Three Gardens in Tanunda, Lyndoch and Seppeltsfield yield a fine red blend with a distinct Barossa style and complementary characteristics.
The blend of Shiraz (43%), Grenache (37%) and Mourvèdre (20%) shows great balance and integrated structure, with full, ripe fruit, supported by firm but fine tannins. Flavours of cherries and blackberries dominate, with hints of chocolate and spice.
James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion has rated Langmeil Winery with five stars, placing it amongst the very top echelon of Australian Wineries.
John Wilson, Irish Times, March 2012: "Langmeil owns some the world’s oldest vines. Its Three Gardens, from three vineyards in the Barossa, is a stylish, elegant wine with blackcurrant fruits overlaid with dark chocolate and spice, and a smooth finish."
The Sydney International Wine Competition is unique in that they judge wine not only in technical terms but also as a complement to food and the dining experience. Langmeil's Three Gardens picked up the coveted Blue-Gold medal.
Megan Brodtmann, Sydney International Wine Competition: "Deep plum in colour with a black middle. Plum and raspberry aromas with some mint. On the palate plum and cherry fruits and grainy tannins. There was a balanced fruit. with the oak. A spicy aftertaste which went very well with the food." Blue-Gold medal, SIWC 2012.
James Halliday: "Bright colour; fresh, lifted and fragrant spicy bouquet, with red and black fruits and sage thrown in for good measure; lively and refreshing, this is a young style of wine simply made to be enjoyed, and not necessarily in moderation. A 45/35/20% blend of shiraz, mourvedre and grenache." 91 points.
90 points: James Halliday's Australian Wine Companion
90 points: Wine Spectator (Harvey Steinman)
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