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Place your order today for Langton’s 2010 Classification V of Australian Wine Poster. A 66cm x 99cm limited collector’s edition art quality poster. This beautiful poster features photos of all 123 classified Australian wines. Prices are as follows:
$10 (incl. GST) Collected from Sydney or Melbourne Office
$10 (incl. GST) Delivered anywhere in Australia
$30 (incl. GST) Delivered outside Australia
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Langton’s Classification of Australian Wine V is a 'form guide' of Australia’s best performing and most prized wines. It was first published in 1991 to create interest and build demand in the fledgling Australian secondary wine market. Followed by wine collectors and wine trade around the world it has become an Australian institution with a prestigious international currency. It is arguably the most famous and widely respected wine classification outside of Europe.
Langton’s Classification V comprises 123 ultra-fine Australian wines, each with a reputation for authenticity, consistency and provenance. Revised every five years, the Classification portrays an evolving wine making culture that lies at the forefront of Australian innovation and excellence in the world of fine wine. It also reflects a continuing momentum towards single vineyard wines and regional identity. It maintains a strong emphasis on red wines, particularly labels with renowned cellaring potential.
Based on a track record of demand at auction over a long period of time, Langton's Classification of Australian Wine reflects the sentiment of a well-informed market rather than individual opinion. It has set an Australian fine wine agenda for two decades by highlighting and documenting the best performing wines on the secondary wine market. The Classification’s existence is intended to inspire debate and engage collectors world-wide with Australia's most exquisite and distinguished wines.