Barossa Wine Show Trophy Win

We’re absolutely thrilled with results from the Barossa Wine Show 2018. Ron has outdone himself picking up a Trophy for Museum Fortified for the second year in a row. Rare Tawny was crowned Best Museum Red Fortified. Last year saw Rare Semillon get a similar honour in the Best Museum White Fortified Class.

All entries from around the Barossa region were such high calibre, we’re proud to be among the same company. Congratulations to all other medal and trophy winners.

Other Liebichwein medal winners:

  • Rare Frontignac = SILVER (yet to be released)
  • 2018 Vintage Fortified Petit Verdot (baby VP – yet to be released) = BRONZE
  • Classic Muscat = BRONZE
  • Lovely Sparkling Pinot Noir NV = BRONZE

 

 

GOLD at Barossa Wine Show

The 2013 Barossa Wine Show has delivered 3 medals to Liebichwein – one of each colour.

It’s so nice to be recognised by our peers. We are absolutely delighted with the show results, which was three medals from only three entries.

Gold?was awarded to the?Grand Tawny?- judged on a par with Saltram and Seppeltsfield fortified wines.

A?Silver?medal went to our?Classic Semillon?which was a newly bottled blend of Ron’s favourite fortified variety.

Our table wines didn’t miss out as a?Bronze?medal went to the?2012 Gewurtztraminer Riesling.

Pop into cellar door to rate them for yourself!

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Where do you take visiting friends in the Barossa?

We are always asked to provide tips for tourists and visitors to the Barossa. There is a great list featured in the winter issue of Barossa Living Magazine. It offers more to see and do than just activities for?vinophiles. You can?take friends and family a bit off the main tourist trail and show off areas of natural beauty with amazing lookouts, it also covers foodie and cultural hangouts.?We must thank the crew from Lyndoch Hill for the mention too!

 

Steingarten Rd view 1

 

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