Mount Langi Ghira

Mount Langi Ghiran

Grampians, Western Victoria, South Australia
Mount Langi Ghiran is home to a state-of-the-art winery and expanded the estate vineyards to over 60 hectares. Modernity however does not compromise with quality: the winery is committed to the principles of organic wine production and adopted a policy of low chemical input for the last 15 years. Their wines have long been ranked in the absolute top ring of Australia’s reds and recognized worldwide.

Rated a 5-Star Winery – James Halliday, Australian Wine Companion 2011

www.langi.com.au

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Billi Billi Pinot Grigio 2010 (RV)

Pear, apple and honeydew melon on the nose, with flint and mineral characters in the background. Densely textured on the palate with pear and lychee characters dominating the mid palate. Fine acidity which builds length and structure.

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Cliff Edge Riesling 2009 (RV)

Pale straw colour with green edges. Intensely varietal and aromatic nose – lemongrass, verbena and kaffir notes, complex citrus and hints of blossom. Fine acidity with terrific fruit precision, kaffir lime and mineral notes; great length on palate.
94 points: James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2011
90 points: Robert Parker
94 points: Tyson Stelzer, Wine Business Monthly
91 points: Nick Stock, Good Wine Guide 2011

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Billi Billi Shiraz 2008 (RV)

Deep, dense purple. Exciting release of Billi Billi Shiraz, showing rich plum and dark berry fruit alongside some spicy complexity. Boysenberry and blackberry fruits on the nose, layered with spice and liquorice cool climate characters. Terrific depth of flavour and length. Fine tannins are supported by bright berry fruit and delicate spice characters, medium bodied with good length of palate.
92 points: James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 2011
87 points: Robert Parker
92 points: Nick Stock, Good Wine Guide 2011
88 points: Wine Spectator (2007 vintage)

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Cliff Edge Shiraz 2005 (RV)

Deep purple colour and rich sweet fruit aromas indicate this wine’s depth and length on the palate. Deeper and powerful with subtle overtones of pepper. Matured in high quality American and French oak integrating the tannins and fruit giving the wines length and complexity.
93 points: James Halliday
93 points & Best Buy: Wine & Spirits 2010
91 points: Wine Spectator (2003 vintage)
GOLD & Best Wine in New World Shiraz : 11th Lianhe Zaobao Wine Review Challenge

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Shiraz 2005 (RV)

Long cold soaks and gentle plunging have led to a wine with terrific tannic structure and length of palate. Careful selection of barrels from four specific French coopers has added layered spice and complexity to the wine without overshadowing the bright full elements.
96 points: James Halliday
95 points: Wine & Spirits 2010
94 points: Robert Parker (2006 vintage)
TOP GOLD: National Wine Show ‘07
88 points: Wine Spectator