Mount Langi Ghiran

Mount Langi Ghiran was originally planted in 1870 and has become the home of one of Australia's finest cool climate wines, the Langi Shiraz. The most recent owners of the property are the Rathbone family who bought the property in 2002. Dan Buckle took over from Trevor Mast as winemaker in 2003 and has continued on the tradition of exceptional winemaking. Set in the Grampians region of Victoria, the Mount Langi Ghiran vineyard is one of the most isolated and unique sites in Australian viticulture. The vineyards sit 350 metres above sea level, and Mount Cole is approximately 3km opposite. When cold air tumbles down the mountains at night, the two mountains create a cooling effect. During Autumn, the shadow of the mountain causes less daylight, creating perfect conditions for an extended ripening period. The soils have a granite layer that sits on top of red clay loams, which provides more complexity in the fruit. While 80 per cent of the production is Shiraz, other varieties planted here include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sangiovese for reds, and Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Riesling for whites.
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  1. Mount Langi Ghiran 'Billi Billi' Shiraz 2017
    The Billi Billi is a wonderful introduction to the esteemed wines of this iconic estate and for those less familiar with cool-climate Shiraz. "It is a perfumed wine, bursting with Intense, rich red and black fruits, overlayed with dried florals ... Learn More
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