At Langmeil, they are committed to making premium Barossa wine of the highest quality and believe the secret lies within the vineyard.
Biodiversity thrives amongst their dry grown vines to ensure each site is in balance with nature. Allowing such harmony with the natural environment is a responsibility that they take seriously as custodians of the land.
Resurrecting Barossa’s old vines is also an undertaking they continue to take in their stride since acquiring the notable, yet derelict, Langmeil property and its vines in 1996.
These vineyards, along with other family-owned sites in the cooler Eden Valley and southern grounds of Lyndoch are the foundation to all the wines bearing the Langmeil name.