2009 Mount Langi Ghiran Cliff Edge Riesling

6 x 750 ml Bottles | RRP: $27.99 $27.99 | Cracka Rating: 4/59


Producer: Mount Langi Ghiran Type: White Varietal: Riesling Region: Grampians, VIC


RRP: $27.50
Our Price: $22.99 /Bottle
Sold in 6-Packs (750 ml)
Case Price: $137.94
2009 Mount Langi Ghiran Cliff Edge Riesling CrackaWines James Halliday 94 Tyson Stelzer 94
  • Appearance: Pale straw green edges.

    Nose: Intensely varietal and aromatic. Lemon grass, verbena and kaffir notes, complex citrus and hints of blossom.

    Palate: Fine acidity with terrific fruit percision, kaffir lime and mineral notes and great length.

    Cellaring: Up to 12 years.
    Cracka Wine Rating80
  • Appearance: Pale straw green edges.

    Nose: Intensely varietal and aromatic. Lemon grass, verbena and kaffir notes, complex citrus and hints of blossom.

    Palate: Fine acidity with terrific fruit percision, kaffir lime and mineral notes and great length.

    Cellaring: Up to 12 years.
  • James Halliday says:

    So beautifully balanced in its mouthfeel, it's easy to overlook the inherent complexity; apple, lime, pear and mineral all take turns to strut their stuff, the finish long and complete.

    Best Drinking: To 2020
    94

    Tyson Stelzer says:

    Exciting and racy, this is a wine that will live happily into the medium-term. Peach, lime zest and preserved lemon flavours sit comfortably amid ultra-fine minerality and a zesty, fresh finish.

    94

    Nick Stock (2011 Vintage) says:

    The Cliff Edge Riesling is a composed and restrained style, with wild dried mountain flowers and fine apple blossom notes, some bright, crunchy acidity here, and a wealth of lime flavour, finishing fine, dry and smooth.

    Good Wine Guide 2013
    92

    James Halliday (2010 Vintage) says:

    Best Drinking: 2020
    93

    Jeremy Oliver (2010 Vintage) says:

    Faintly sweet, with length, style and balance, it's scented with fresh, floral aromas of stonefruit, apple and pear. Underpinned by a fine minerality and chalkiness, it's rather funky and reductive, with piercingly fresh fruit backed by smoky, leesy complexity. It finishes savoury with fresh acids.

    The Australian Wine Annual
    91

    James Halliday (2008 Vintage) says:

    Very crisp, lively and fresh; a wine that reinforces the right of the Grampians to be regarded as a top-class Region for riesling, the green apple, citrus and pear flavours delicate yet intense.

    Australian Wine Companion 2010 2009
    94

    James Halliday (2007 Vintage) says:

    Bright straw-green; has good depth to the flavour, with ripe apple and some tropical components; enough to build on.

    Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
    89

    James Halliday (2006 Vintage) says:

    A rich, spatlese style, the sweetness evident from the word go; supple and smooth in wannabe Mosel style, but needed a touch more acidity; 60-year-old vines. Will develop.

    Australian Wine Companion 2009 2008
    92

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