Wine tastings: Langmeil, the Barossa and the oldest shiraz vines in the world

We’re delighted to announce our first tastings of the autumn season and give you the opportunity to taste an Australian icon.

It’s our great pleasure to welcome Emma Shaw of Australia’s Langmeil Barossa Winery to host two portfolio tastings, in Cork and Dublin, on the 15th and 16th of September.

The informally tutored tastings will tell the stories and history of the Barossa, including Langmeil’s own dedication to the heritage of this great wine region. There will be a tasting across the full range from Langmeil, including the 2008 ‘Freedom 1843’ Shiraz, from what are believed to be the oldest shiraz vines in the world and recently given one of the highest ever scores awarded by the world authority on Australian wine, James Halliday.

The tastings will be held on Thursday 15th and Friday 16th September:
Thursday 15th September 2011, 7.30pm-9.30pm: Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork.
Tickets available from Curious Wines on 021 432 0233, or you can purchase online here.

Friday 16th September 2011
, 7.30pm-9.30pm: Donnybrook Fair, Donnybrook, Dublin 4.
Tickets available from Curious Wines on 021 432 0233, and Simply Wines on 01 295 9730

Tickets to each event are €15 per person and are available on a first come, first served basis.

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