Grampians, Western Victoria

Mount Langi Ghiran

Shiraz Blend 2009

One of my favourite Australian Shiraz blends for a long time. Back when I bought this it was $95 but now unfortunately about double that. Deep Ruby in colour. Aromas of Spice, pepper and red fruits. Medium weight palate of cherry, plum and a touch of aniseed. The palate might be medium weight but the intensity is medium ++ which makes it one of Australia’s best cool climate Shiraz. From the ancient soils of the Grampians. From a drinking window this will still be drinking well leading up to 2030. — 24 days ago

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Ming L

Ming L

Where is Grampians, @Bob McDonald ?
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@Ming L Central western Victoria. An old viticultural area which dates back to the mid 1850s and includes other wineries like Seppelts and Bests.
Ming L

Ming L

Good to know. Thanks for the info!


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