The Barossa is blessed with one of the most diverse and unique landscapes of any fine wine region in the world. It is this Hallowed Ground which is fundamental to the Barossa’s premium pedigree and rarefied reputation for grape growing and winemaking of the highest quality.
The Barossa is famous for its viticulture, history and winemaking dating back to the 1840s. At its heart is the Valley Floor, a highly-prized strip of prime viticultural land which is the very foundation and forms the essence of this wine. A true taste of the Barossa.
Settled in 1842, Langmeil was the name given to one of the earliest German villages in the Barossa Valley. This name translates to the 'Long Mile' which signified the distance from the historic winery site to the Langmeil village church and coincidently reflects the commitment required to the pursuit of great wine.