Långmyre Vineri
Långmyre Vineri
Swedish vineyard with roots in Italy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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a winery on gotland where italian knowledge swedish awareness

established 2018

 
 
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OUR VISION

Our ambition is to make a wine with a charismatic resemblance of Gotland, that meets the expectations and standards of an international wine. Transparency is one of our key words and we will work consistently with having an open door to our product and production. We want to share not only a fine selection of wines, but also the craftsmanship and extensive knowledge the making of those wines require.

Långmyre Vineri is a venture that we hope will live on for many generations to come. It is in an investment in the future.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

our story

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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When we first met in 2016 we did not only fall in love with each other. We also fell in love with the dream of running a vineyard and winery with a down-to-earth focus - in Sweden. Långmyre Vineri is a certified organic vineyard established in 2018 and will be harvesting for the first time in 2020. Our full capacity is 26.000 bottles, with minimal impact on the environment.

Us running Långmyre Vineri are Andrea Guerra from Salerno, Italy, enologist with many years experience within winemaking and Emma Serner from Sweden with strong connections to Gotland and a great passion for wine and the art behind making it.

Långmyre Vineri is about love. A love for one another, the planet we live on and a really, really great wine.

 
 
 

the wine

 
 
 
 
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rosé

FIRST HARVEsT 2020.

READY FOR SALE EARLY SPRING 2021

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red

first harvest 2020.

ready for sale autumn 2021.

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white

first harvest 2020.

ready for sale early psring 2021.

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sparkling

first harvest 2020.

ready for sale spring 2022.

 
 
 
 
 
 

the vineyard

 
 
 
 
 
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During the spring of 2018 we planted 26.000 plants on 5 hectares, approximately 12.3 acres. Today the field contains 5 different grape varieties, 3 white and 2 red. The varieties are so called PIWI varieties, or hybrides, produced by Vivai Rauscedo in the north of Italy.

The varieties are crossing with traditional grapes (Vitis Vinifera) and wild grapes making them both resistant to many deceases as well as adapted to our nordic climate. Unlike the traditional grape varieties, like Chardonnay or Pinot Noir, the hybride varieties require no chemical treatment and therefor the agriculture is naturally environmentally friendly and sustainable - all without compromising the quality.

The soil has high levels of chalk which resembles the terroir characteristic for Chablis and Champagne, France. We also have around 70% sand, giving excellent natural drainage.

 
 
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The varieties

Fleurtai - white variety

Crossing of Tocai Friulano. The high sugar content makes it very suitable for northern climates.
Strong notes of pear and almonds, followed by hints of tropical fruit. Wines are clean with minerality and suitable for short storing.


merlot kanthus - red variety

This Merlot hybrid gives wines with very high color, good alcohol content and big structure with scents of red fruits, violets and liquorish. Suitable for long ageing wines.


soreli - white variety

Crossing of Tocai Friulano. Differs from Fleurtai with a strong white flower scent combined with a petrol smell that reminds of german Rieslings. Suited for both young and aged wines.


sauvignong kretos - white variety

Hybrid of Sauvignon Blanc. This white grape is unmistakably a member of the sauvignon family, with aromas of grass, passion fruit and peaches. Has potential to make long ageing wines.


cabernet volos - red variety

Wines made from this variety show high complexity profiles with intense fruity notes followed by spices and pepper/tomato scents.
Due to high polyphenols and aromas, suitable for long ageing wines.

 
 
 
 
 

 långmyre vineri & friends

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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To start a project like this takes knowledge, commitment and patience from our behalf. But we also need energy and financial support from others. We believe it will be more simple and fun to carry out our project if we have a group of friends that invest and engage in us a little. Together is more fun, both in good times and in bad.

Cultivating and making wine takes time. We planted our vines in 2018 and we plan to release our first vintage in 2021. During the time we would love to share our knowledge and experience.

Join us a little closer in our adventure by signing up for a membership that lasts you until the first harvest. You are welcome to keep your commitment as long as you please.

 
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lovers

eva tigerschiöld

walter & johanna ab

brottsbyrån åkermark

jacob lind & cecilia garme

advokaterna af klercker & oehme

novare

Anne & Magnus Melin

best friends

burgsviks bryggeri

anna öster

jan & åsa holmius

gunnar johansson

ermanno guerra

camilla ramel laubscher

marianne hamilton

jan wifstrand

mia torpe

concettina guerra

richard månsson

wishful ab

Angela Guerra & Vincenzo Tota

friends

karin grenelius

björn thylander

ingela skantze

sanna törnqvist

stockvike

martin & stina sandell

marianne öberg håkansson

miriam klyvare & kalle westman

michael knight

team jorma

rosa apostolico & andrea carzana

fam. gidfeldt

marco granese

tam johnson

Maria tota & antonio tortora

supporters

birgitta frejhagen & lollo

ingrid lindström

gun setréus & hans lundborg

torben grut

eva dahlberg

karin uebel

harald johnson serner

gabriella edwards

sofia johnson serner

elin hoffmann

hrm ab

linda kennemyr

birgitta & staffan burling

valerio graziano

maria lambi

thank you!

 

write us a message

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or contact us directly

emma serner - ceo

emma.serner@langmyre.se

+46 (0) 70 497 76 82

andrea guerra - coo

andrea.guerra@langmyre.se

+39 333 18 90 399

or just come by…

Hamra långmyre, 62332 Burgsvik

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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