Mount Langi Ghiran – Aboriginal for home of the yellow tailed black cockatoo –is set amongst the dramatic backdrop of the Great Dividing Range in the Grampians region of Victoria, producing iconic cool climate wines. Looking at the vineyard today, you wouldn't believe that it started as a scrub block with a scattering of tin sheds Replanted by the Fratin brothers in 1969, Mount Langi Ghiran has a long, colourful history on its journey to becoming the wine producer of distinction it is today. One of the most isolated and unique vineyards in Australian viticulture, the raw elements of soil, climate vines combine to create one of Australia’s most distinctive flavours of Mount Langi Ghiran wines.
The Billi Billi Pinot Gris An intensely varietal wine with those aromas of spiced pear dominating the palate with citrus and subtle white florals.
Available from the Great Western Hotel at $35 a bottle or $10 a glass
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