2003 Langi Shiraz


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Langi Shiraz is a revered benchmark for cool climate Australian Shiraz. From the fruit of old vines planted on our isolated vineyard in 1969, this landmark wine reveals the vibrant synergy between site and variety. The secret of what makes Langi Shiraz great lies in the unique character of the vines. The Langi Old Block shiraz vineyard dips and weaves across the landscape, proffering parcels of fruit of extreme complexity and stunning finesse. Each of these parcels is selectively harvested and then fermented separately to capture their inimitable qualities at their peak.

This 2003 vintage has been carefully cellared to harness its full potential of flavour development, ready for your enjoyment now.

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Shiraz (100%)
Grampians, Victoria
Vineyard: Langi “Old Block” vineyard | Vine age: 49 years | Harvest date: March/April 2018 | Harvest method: Hand.

Tasting Notes

Dark, brick red with orange hue.
Blackberry and Mulberry core fruit still present, spices of clove, dried thyme and hints of white pepper. Aged aromas of leather and earth.
Still showing boldly structured tannins on the palate, ripe blackberry fruit, pepper spice. The acidity on this wine is superb, fresh and vibrant still, creating definition and persistence.


Fermentation method: Small open top fermenters. 20% whole berry, 80% whole bunch. A mixture of plunging and pump-overs were used with an average of 2-3 weeks total time on skins. Only natural yeasts were used and once ferment was complete, the wines were pressed to tank to settle overnight and then transferred to barrels to complete malolactic fermentation. Barrel Origin: 100% French oak barriques Barrel Age: 18% new, balance ranging from 2-5 years old Time in Barrel: 18 month barrel maturation.