This is one of my absolute favourite producers of Shiraz in Australia. What’s more AT ALL PRICEPOINTS!!!! Having a party, giving your daughter a care package or just a Tuesday night bottle, the Billi Billi gives enormous pleasure. Then work your way up and don’t forget to cellar some of the Cliff Edge for 10 years – recently had a 2010 vintage – awesome. The “Talus” and “Mast” are pretty scarce so be quick on these. At the top, The “Langi Shiraz” is superb and demanding of cellaring. Fortunately, I have been putting this one away for 30 years. Recently drank 2003, 2005 and 2010 – all stunning.
Ian Cook - FWC
A maker of outstanding cool-climate peppery shiraz, located in the Grampians, Victoria, crammed with flavour and vinosity. The shiraz has long pointed the way for cool-climate examples of the variety. Wine quality is exemplary.
“A blend of some of the best parcels from the Mount Langi Ghiran property; 80% hand-picked, open-fermented with 75% whole berries/25% whole bunches, matured for 18 months in French barriques (25% new) 600 dozen made. If you didn’t know otherwise, you might think red fruits have joined the black, or viognier or raspberries (wild or cultivated). Screwcap. 14.8% alc.
Rating 96 To 2038”