Langmeil Valley Floor Shiraz 2008

This wine was tasted at the same time as the preceding wines from Langmeil, and it was nice to return to the grape variety that the Barossa Valley does best: shiraz.  An aroma of soft pepper, brine, plums, dried herbs and American oak.  A palate with some length and chalky plums.  A pleasant wine.  85 points.
Barossa Valley
March 8, 2010

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