Langmeil Hangin’ Snakes Shiraz 2018

Ripe and juicy berries flow through the palate which is medium-bodied, with soft and velvety tannins adding lovely structure and texture to the wine while sweet and briary spices balance the juicy fruit on the finish.

90/100, Bob Campbell MW "Deep red colour with tints of purple and a very plummy, fruit-driven gently herbal, earthy nose. A touch of graphite. Medium-bodied, smooth-textured, supple and very approachable now. Savoury, lingering aftertaste, lovely balance. I like the earthiness, minerality if you like, of this archetypal Barossa shiraz." Sep 2020.

Speaking a local dialect known as ‘Barossa-Deutsch’, a blend of German and English that embodies the history of the district, one of Langmeil’s growers, the late Wally Krieg didn’t curse just as his forebears didn’t, but in the heat of the vintage was often heard to mutter “Hangin’ Snakes!”.

The Lindner family of Langmeil Winery has been immersed in the Barossa's culture of farming, food, wine and community for six generations and their continued drive for excellence in the wine and community is unwavering.

14.5% abv.

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