Mount Langi Ghiran Billi Billi Shiraz 2005

Mount Langi Ghiran's Billi Billi is the sort of reliable and well priced wine I revert to when confronted with plain (or eyewatering) restaurant wine lists. The 2005 had an aroma of mint, eucalyptus and pepper. On the palate, it was rather plain initially - a surprise that was quickly addressed by my dawning realisation that it was 10c outside. With warmth, a peppery palate emerged with some length. I would drink this up if you have bottles left. (Rating: Acceptable to Good, Tasted: June 2010)

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June 6, 2010
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