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Week in Review 16-06-18

Made from fruit produced from vines coming up on a half-century, Lindeman’s St George Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 has secured a 97-point rating from James Halliday.  On Tuesday we took a look at the 2016 vintage of our best selling premium Pinot. Rockburn Pinot Noir, an accessible Pinot is definitively Central Otago from ex-Felton Road winemaker Malcolm Rees-Francis.  This week, we also got to taste the latest Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Classified Outstanding, and the brilliant 2018 vintage releases from Rieslingfreak. More

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Week in Review 09-06-18

It was a week for France’s Grand Dames, as well as homegrown icons gaining aristocratic new world reputations this week. Representing the new world is Vasse Felix’s flagship Heytesbury Chardonnay. From new world to old, this week saw two exciting features in the form of a top-up allocation of a Premier Cru Burgundy – the Domaine Faiveley Mercurey Clos de Myglands 1er Cru Monopole 2015 going for an astonishing $55, and the 2000 Chateau Latour drinking beautifully at this very moment. All this in a week that also featured a sellout Langton’s winterwarmer Shiraz, a unique red from Etna, and more. More

Saturday, June 09, 2018

Week in Review 02-06-18

Many a marriage of quality and value this week. For Moss Wood’s flagship 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, Ray Jordan’s recent score of 98 points in the West Australian underscored what legions already knew about Australia’s ‘Most Collected Cabernet’. This week also saw the initial tasting and release of Nga Waka’s 2016 Estate Pinot Noir - a 95 point score from Bob Campbell and drinking beautifully now. Though the demand, in some cases, exceeded our supply stocks of some others such as Pierro Chardonnay, remain for the keen-eyed and quick-fingered to snap up. More

Saturday, June 02, 2018

Week in Review 26-05-18

Quality and value at every price-point this week, whether it’s more than $2000 for three bottles of 100-point Penfolds Grange or a mere $35 per bottle (in sixes) for the super-smooth 2013 Lindemans Pyrus – that’s half-price, by the way. And there’s more in the form of Chardonnays from Margaret River (Devil’s Lair) and the Yarra Valley (Oakridge), the two regions that vie for Australian Chardonnay supremacy, and a delicious (not to mention affordable) new-vintage Barossa Shiraz from our friends at Hare’s Chase – Ironscraper 2016, of course. More

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Taste Preferences

We’re always striving to improve your Langton’s experience. Let us know your preferences and we can do better to make sure you never miss out on the wines, events, releases, and more that you love best. Just fill in some simple tick-boxes - it should take less than two minutes. More

Friday, May 25, 2018

Week in Review 19-05-18

This week we celebrated World Whisky Day (yesterday) with a Scotch masterclass lead by Glenlivet Master Distiller Alan Winchester. We also released the latest Shaw + Smith M3 Chardonnay 2016, we were delighted with the 96 point score for Pikes Traditionale Riesling 2017 and we offered a Best of the West dozen with three bottles each of four highly-rated Margaret River Cabernets. More

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Langtons Gains Access to Glenlivet Winchester Collection

The Winchester Collection is the world’s first 50-year-old Single Malt from the original Speyside distillery. From the silver capped stone top, to the hand-blown bottle, to the wooden case and gold lock made by master cabinetmaker John Galvin, no expense has been spared in the presentation of this rare and precious liquid. More

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Wines to try during the Cannes Film Festival

Langton’s has selected five wines that have appeared in movies to go with the Cannes Film Festival. While you might not have any Veuve ‘26 or Château Latour ‘61 in your cellar, it’s a good time to think French and explore Bordeaux. More

Monday, May 14, 2018

Langtons and James Halliday Announcement

Langton’s, in its 30th anniversary year, is proud to announce an exclusive alliance with James to utilise his eminent knowledge to demystify the styles and wines of the world with comprehensive tasting notes and points from the man himself. More

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Week in Review 12-05-18

James Halliday describes the 2014 growing season as “perfect.” One of the leading lights to come out of that great vintage was the Vasse Felix Tom Cullity 2014, which Erin Larkin also describe as “perfect.” So, this is the perfect opportunity to access our allocation of the 2014 Tom Cullity at a special weekend only price. More

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Jim Barry Masterclass with Sam Barry

At the Armagh event, Langton’s guests were able to taste (and access) the 2014 prior to release. Sam Barry, who led us through his family’s wines, also gave those guests access to the Jim Barry museum. More

Friday, May 11, 2018

Week in Review 05-05-18

We’ve been in the cellar again. This time we’ve pulled out our last 24 bottles of Penfolds Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon 1996. A South Australia beast on release, this 707 has has 20 years of perfect cellaring and we’re releasing it at its peak. More

Saturday, May 05, 2018

Bordeaux En Primeur 2017 Report

When it comes to questions about Bordeaux 2017 it seems, the answers often begin with ‘Yes, but...’ Langton’s was on the ground in Bordeaux again this year to taste the wines en primeur. Jeremy Parham, Langton’s General Manager, and Florian Thoelke, Langton’s Senior Buyer enjoyed (or survived) a whirlwind week of barrel tastings, Château visits and meetings with negociants. What they discovered on the ground in Bordeaux was a relatively low-yield vintage full fresh wine, in very good condition. More

Tuesday, May 01, 2018

Week in Review 28-04-18

How many bottles of Grange will you taste in your life? The 2010 needs to be on the list. It is now eight years since this 100-Point wine was committed to barrell. It has in that time ascended to the pantheon of Australian Red. More

Saturday, April 28, 2018

KRUG Masterclass with Margareth Henriquez

Langton’s hosted Krug CEO and President Margareth Henriquez at the Sydney Opera House for an exploration of what makes Krug so enduringly special. More

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

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