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Langmeil Winery

Barossa, Australia

The Lindner family of Langmeil Winery, home to what is believed to be the world’s oldest surviving shiraz vineyard planted in 1843, has been immersed in the Barossa’s culture of farming, food, wine, and community for seven generations. Their commitment to quality in all aspects is unwavering, and any wine that bears the Langmeil name represents the family’s pursuit of excellence in wine and community.

“True to the region. True to the community. True to ourselves.”

Our Range


Capturing the distinctive hallmarks of Barossa’s rich viticultural landscape lies at the foundation of each Langmeil wine made with dedication and an individual style.

They are committed to making premium Barossa wine of the highest quality, and believe the secret lies within the vineyard. That’s why Langmeil allow biodiversity to thrive amongst the vines while maintaining an intimate knowledge of every row of the cherished varieties they grow.

By integrating a series of initiatives into Langmeil’s daily operational, social and agricultural practices, they are determined to do their bit to protect and preserve the earth’s natural resources.

Langmeil is a winery with sustainable production practices and strives to make great wine with minimal intervention throughout the vineyards and beyond.







4/F, Unit B, Sunview Industrial Building,
3 On Yip Street, Siu Sai Wan,
Hong Kong, China

T: +852 1234 5678