New Release

2021 Billi Billi Shiraz


Finely structured tannins frame this medium bodied, generous wine, with loads of spice and a full basket of fruit flavours. Our Billi Billi Shiraz is sourced from a selection of premium cool climate vineyards throughout Victoria; including a portion from the Mount Langi Ghiran vineyards, home of the iconic Langi Shiraz.

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Shiraz (100%)
2021 was another relatively mild year in terms of temperatures. Yields were back up above average, and quality was good.

Tasting Notes

Bright, deep garnet.
Rich red and black fruits underpinned by dried florals and spice.
The aromas carry to the palate, proffering florals and spice, luscious red and black fruits paired with fine tannins. Drink now until 2026.


Open fermenters, plunged and pumped over.

Professional Reviews

Mostly (83%) Grampians fruit, though there are contributions from Heathcote, Swan Hill and Bendigo. This wine is often a happy hunting ground for value, but this release is a particularly good version of it. It's alive with peppery spice and fluid with plum-shot flavour, and while it's medium in weight (at most) it feels silken and satisfying. The spice notes here, wow, they're gorgeous.
This is a delightfully fragrant and spicy little shiraz from the Grampians. soft red fruit with a scented violet-like character. The palate is medium weight and beautifully balanced displaying vibrant red fruit, a little spice and a dab of oak.
An incredible wine. I know it is the cheapie in the range, but suspend disbelief until you have tasted it. This is a sour, peppery and amazingly aromatic Shiraz with a green theme (green peppercorn) atop ridiculously ripe fruit. With no 2020 made, this vintage follows on from the superb 2019, and it means that Billi Billi, for the first time in my memory, has played a blinder in back-to-back releases. Crunchy tannins form the perfect platform on which the glorious blackberry, liquorice, rhubarb, and cherry notes cavort. 70% of this wine is estate fruit, so that goes some way to answering why this wine has such an elite flavour.