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Langmeil Winery, Tanunda

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
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4.7/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
Located on land originally purchased by a German immigrant back in 1838, Langmeil Winery is home to what may be the world’s oldest surviving Shiraz vineyard. This vineyard, planted in 1843 from vines transported from Europe, has produced some of the region’s finest wines, which you can taste or purchase during your visit. The staff of this family-owned winery provides comprehensive tours of the winemaking process, immersing visitors in the history and European heritage of the region. Vineyard tours and tastings are available on most days, but check ahead to confirm availability and book your visit to this historic site. Plan to visit Langmeil Winery during your Tanunda vacation using our convenient Tanunda itinerary planner.
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  • My partner and I had visited a few wineries while staying at the Barossa and we where amazed by the bubbly generous service we received at Langmeil. Also the wines are awesome and at a great price. Hi...  read more »
  • Beautiful winery, steeped in history. A great selection of wines to taste - the Malbec and other varieties are worth a try. The historical buildings (and vines) are humbling ! 
  • Enjoyed the many wines available for tasting, and bought a dozen! Beautifully restored old buildings, don't miss it! 
  • ""Historic Langmeil Winery"" This part of Tanunda was the first settlement in Tanunda near the river. Beautiful old stone buildings with accomodatin and Cellar door. World class wines from a Barossa Icon. Barossa Taxis always stops here on our wine tours.
  • Barossa & Light Cab Service enjoy Langmeil's on a personal level, when we are not driving our favourite wines from the range include - 2013 'Valley Floor' Shiraz, 2013 'Three Gardens' GSM, and the 2010 VP Vintage Shiraz. With the cellar door open 7 days a week, and being wheel chair accessible, and tours available daily, with very friendly staff, such as Tracy, makes Langmeil Winery a must visit destination for both tourists and locals. On wine tours Barossa & Light Cab Service try to bring people to Langmeil because in our view the cellar door provides customers with a far greater experience than just tasting.
  • Fantastic cellar door experience. The staff were delightful, extremely knowledgeable and very passionate about Langmeil wines. The pours were generous and everything on the list was available. Have now been back to the cellar door 3 times and I have purchased (and drunk) lots of Langmeil wines!!
  • We've been here 3 times now and every time the staff have just been so lovely! The wines are great too!
  • The staff was very knowledgeable about their wines and was helpful with our questions. They gave us recommendations for other places to visit in the Barossa. Their 'live wires' sweet riesling is highly recommended.
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