Langmeil Winery

Family owned and operated, Langmeil is believed to be home to the oldest Shiraz vineyard in the world, planted in 1843 where the iconic Langmeil Freedom 1843 Shiraz hails.

The winery was one of Barossa’s original village settlements called Langmeil, with many of the 1840s buildings still standing today. The abandoned winery was re-established in 1996 and has been awarded the Red Five Star rating in the James Halliday Australian Wine Competition since 2005. The Freedom 1843 Shiraz joined the prestigious Langton’s Classification VI Honour Roll in 2014 and is in the category of Outstanding.

Langmeil offers a large selection of Barossa wines, with knowledgeable friendly staff ready to assist you. Cellar Door tastings are a seated experience and bookings are preferred.

Also available is the Freedom Experience and Old Vine Garden Experience. These are available by prior booking only. The Freedom Experience guided tour takes you on an intimate and engaging tour of the old buildings and vineyard, with tastings of premium wines in the Cellar. The Old Vine Garden Experience is your opportunity to taste Langmeil’s Old Vine Garden Collection in the privacy of the Freedom Room. Hosted by our knowledgeable staff, an intimate tasting in Riedel grape variety-specific glassware.


Address

Corner Langmeil and Para Roads

Tanunda

Contact
Opening Times:
10:00 - 16:00 : Open Every day
Exceptions:
25 December 2022 : Closed
26 December 2022 : Closed
01 January 2023 : Closed
07 April 2023 : Closed

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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people