Lienert Vineyards is a partnership between brothers John and James Lienert, 5th generation descendants of Carl Freiderich August Conrad Lienert who purchased land at She-Oak Log on the western edge of the Barossa Valley in 1854. The name Lienert means ‘lion hard’, and the lion head – a mark of strength and determination – is a symbol that links pride in their heritage, with their future as grape growers and winemakers.

A ball of juicy, sweet, well-ripened Barossa shiraz flavour. Fresh-faced style. Raspberry jam, licorice and plum with woodsy spice and earth inputs. Delicious, uncomplicated drinkability with a good sense of shape to it. Tasted: January 2022; Alcohol: 14%; Price: $28; Closure: Screwcap; Drink: 2021-2026+; Rated: 91 Points; Campbell Mattinson; The Wine Front

A plush plummy little beauty from brothers John and James Lienert's estate-grown fruit. 15 months in seasoned French oak and I like their detail when they say "We hired a saxophone player to play Careless Whispers all night to the grapes to make them even cooler". Laden with spice and pure, juicy plum and berry fruits, Barossa earth, mulberry and cranberry high-tones, chalky tannin and an effortless air of drinkability. Great value. Drink to: 2026; Price: $25.00; Alcohol: 14%; Rating: 92 Points & Special Value Star; Dave Brookes; James Halliday Wine Companion


SKU 15595
Brand Lienert Estate
Shipping Weight 1.3333kg
Unit Of Measure ea

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