Mount Langi Ghiran Shiraz 2007

Mount Langi Ghiran Shiraz 2007

I must say I was pleased to get a sample of this wine recently; it is one of my favourite styles of Shiraz and a tremendous producer. A deep red/purple in colour. A luscious nose, offering red currants, raspberries, cinnamon, peppercorns and some creaminess; nuanced and layered. The palate is similarly impressive, red fruited with a touch of dark plums and cherries, liquorice and a dash of spice; fine tannins, medium bodied and a lovely sense of balance and restraint. Excellent length, and should handle some cellaring. A six pack buy for me, budgetary constraints permitting. Winery sample, with a RRP of $85. 14.5% abv. Drink 2012-2017+. 95 points.

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4 Responses to Mount Langi Ghiran Shiraz 2007

  1. Gw says:

    Same score as me fat arse.

  2. Lincoln says:

    Your arse is much bigger

  3. 95 from Linc is 105 on the Walsh scale. 😉 Crikey, Linc, I think you should show me a bottle of this next time I’m up.

  4. Lincoln says:

    Yes, an excellent wine. Didn’t end up buying any coz I have been buying wine from you….

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