Chief Winemaker Paul Lindner aims to produce world class wines using Langmeil's own individual style while taking advantage of the distinctive hallmarks of the Barossa. Langmeil ensures that all vineyard sources offer variety as well as the highest quality. Techniques and Philosophies Paul has a passion for utilizing old world and new world technology, minimal handling and filtration techniques, to ensure the full potential of the fruit is captured, resulting in fruit driven wines with subtle complexity. These techniques help to capture the special characteristics of each variety of grape and the subtleties derived from the different soils of individual vineyards. As vintage approaches Paul checks the fruit in the vineyards personally to ensure each parcel reaches its optimum quality. The grapes are then hand picked and delivered to the winery and gently worked through the de-stemmer before being transferred to an open fermenter. The juice is pumped over twice a day for seven days to extract, homogenize and regulate temperature before draining and loading the basket press by shovel. The skins are then gently pressed for approximately 20 hours to retrieve more of the essence of the grape. This juice is then blended with the juice collected earlier. After the wine has completed its malolactic ferment, it is matured in new and seasoned American and French oak barrels for 12 to 24 months prior to bottling. Langmeil does not fine its wine and uses only minimal to no filtration during all stages of wine production to guarantee its quality and longevity. Quality Assurance In late 2005, Langmeil was certified under the SQF2000 Code; adherence to this code demonstrates the ability to supply food (wine) that is safe and meets quality objectives. Products manufactured under the code certification gain a high degree of acceptance in global markets, particularly those to which Langmeil Winery subscribes. Langmeil's management and staff are committed to producing quality wine which meets their customers' needs. They strive for continuous improvement in the industry with respect to food quality, safety, efficiency and customer service. The winery's philosophy is to produce only 100% Barossa premium quality wine made from varieties which excel in the Barossa. Their aim is to be recognized and regarded as one of the top global wine producers. This will be achieved by continuing to seek out vineyards and varieties which produce fruit displaying excellent regional characteristics and depth of flavour and colour.

Reviews for this winery

Wine Advocate

From top to bottom, Langmeil—run by brothers Paul (winemaking) and James (sales and marketing) Lindner—is hitting on all cylinders…, Hangin' Snakes, Three Gardens and Offspring, represent great values, while even the very top-end stuff, The Freedom 1843 and Pure Eden Shirazes, are reasonably priced in the context of old-vine, cellar-worthy Barossa reds. These are big, bold wines that don't skimp on flavor or texture yet show a remarkable amount of elegance and nuance.

August 2021


"... the entire range here is strong, especially at the entry-level, where some superb values can be found. Stylistically, winemaker Paul Lindner favors a relatively elegant style for the region, with balance and energy prized over weight and power. Not that these are shy wines. There’s no lack of flavor intensity, but ripeness, as well as oak influence, tends to be dialed back."

Josh Raynolds, December 2021