Events & Tastings
Our grounds at Mount Langi Ghiran host a number of community and social gatherings and events.
Seriously Shiraz: three vintages, three decades
2018, 2008, 1998
Mount Langi Ghiran invites you to a first preview of the 2018 vintage with winemaker Jessica Robertson. Starting with a guided tour of the winery, you will then be led into a tasting of Mount Langi Ghiran finest wines spanning three decades.
$100 pp // BOOK NOW //
Wine & Symphony
…but not only.
Saturday 4th November spend the afternoon in the spectacular grounds of Mount Langi Ghiran. Wine, cheese feast, vineyard promenade, sun basking culminating with 40 minutes of performance by musicians from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
$80pp // BOOK //
Riesling Spring Tasting
Taste the complexity of Mount Langi Ghiran Old Block Riesling planted in 1975 which grows in front of the winery. The site’s cool climate, together with granite sands and minimal irrigation, delivers grapes with great purity and vibrant natural acidity.
(Re)Discover Riesling, taste 4 completely different wines from the same block; savoury, crisp acidity, sweet, lime, honeycomb….
End of Vintage 2017
Join the winemaking team at the winery to celebrate, taste, discover, understand and drink #v17.
There will be barrels tasting, bbq, bonfire and more.
The tasting will include different barrel components of the 2017 Shiraz that will make Langi and Mast. $60pp BOOK
Receive a Complimentary 2014 Cliff Edge Shiraz this Christmas!
As we approach Christmas, why not gift a wine club membership to that special someone. As a thank you we will send you a complimentary bottle of 2014 Cliff Edge Shiraz..
On tasting : Langi Riesling 2000, 2010 & 2013
Langi Riesling is selectively hand harvested from our Langi Old Block Riesling vines planted in 1975 at Mount Langi Ghiran. The site’s cool climate, together with granite sands and minimal irrigation, delivers grapes with great purity and stunning natural acidity. A small section of 15 panels across 15 rows at the southern crest of the block was selectively hand-harvested in order to capture their flavour intensity and razor-fine acidity. As a result, we are able to create wines with great energy and depth, and with superb cellaring potential.