The Live Wire represents an energetic evolution of the traditional Riesling style introduced by our migrant ancestors in the 1840s. From the renowned Barossa region it is finely balanced with upfront fruit and a tangy crispness on the finish. Vivacious and perfectly refreshing!
The old vines for this single vineyard dry Riesling wine are planted on a unique Eden Valley property affectionately known as Wattle Brae for the native trees that surround it. It is one of Langmeil's cherished estate vineyards dedicated to capturing the best of the region and variety.
Langmeil’s Riesling is picked from old, tangled vines which flourish on ancient soils in the cooler Eden Valley. After harvest, the pristine fruit is gently pressed and fermented at cool temperatures to produce this delicate, yet intense wine, balanced with crisp natural acidity, typical of the renowned Eden Valley region of the Barossa.
Chardonnay is one of the most highly prized white varieties in the world. In a diverse region like the Barossa, we have chosen to take the High Road to Eden Valley, Barossa’s high country and premium cool-climate district, to capture the very best of flavour and texture that Chardonnay has to offer.
Old Barossa vignerons referred to their vineyards as gardens. The Three Gardens is a contemporary blend of Viognier, Marsanne and Roussanne – varieties which, while new to the Barossa, show great promise. The best characteristics of each variety have been combined to create a truly harmonious wine.
Many people choose this vibrant style of wine for their drinking pleasure during the warmer summer months. Bella Rouge, Italian for “beautiful” and French for “red” respectively, takes its inspiration from these two traditional wine cultures., to make a refreshing rosé wine perfect for al fresco dining with family and friends.
If there is one wine made in this world to which Australia can lay claim, it is Sparkling Shiraz. This style of wine first appeared in South Australia in 1888. More than a century later it is now regarded as a symbol of the Barossa. It’s in our blood!
From it's birth in the 1840's, the Barossa grew and flourished on the foundation of fortified wines. This 25-year-old Liqueur Tawny is a legacy of that time and testament to the knowledge and foresight of generations past.