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Wine of the Week: 2009 Langmeil Barossa ‘Three Gardens’

 
The 2009 Langmeil Braossa ‘’Three Gardens’’ offers a blend of Shiraz, Mourvedre and Grenache, for an understated elegance with a beautiful, silky texture.(Los Angeles Times/MCT)
The 2009 Langmeil Braossa ‘’Three Gardens’’ offers a blend of Shiraz, Mourvedre and Grenache, for an understated elegance with a beautiful, silky texture.(Los Angeles Times/MCT)

It’s the time of year for rich, full-bodied reds, and this week that would be the Langmeil Barossa “Three Gardens.” A blend of Shiraz, Mourvedre and Grenache, the 2009 has an understated elegance and a beautiful, silky texture. The fruit is bright with a touch of sweet spice and smooth tannins.

Bring it to a holiday dinner party or give some lucky red wine lover a bottle as a gift. At about $18, it’s a bargain.

Drink it with prime rib, braised lamb shanks, roasts and stews.

● Region: Barossa, Australia

● Price: About $18

● Style: Rich and full-bodied

● What it goes with: Braised lamb shank, prime rib, roasts and stews

By S. Irene Virbila

(Los Angeles Times)
(Distributed by MCT Information Services)
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