The Top 5 Granges for Drinking Now or Soon

In the words of its creator, Max Schubert, Grange was (and still is) designed to be a wine… ‘capable of staying alive for a minimum of 20 years…’ Broadly speaking, Grange is indeed likely to give of its best 15-25 years from vintage, assuming that the cork is good (without chemical taint) and has maintained an effective seal between the wine and the outside air. However, as tastings regularly confirm, good, well-stored bottles from the best vintages will last – ‘stay alive’ – for 40, 50, 60 years and more. So which are the top 5? More

Wednesday, October 05, 2016

Clonakilla Shiraz Viognier – a cuckoo in the nest.

Adrian Read chats with winemaker Tim Kirk about the extraordinary new Clonakilla 2015. More

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

Auction Highlights 5th - 11th September

Weekly Updates on the auction Highlights 5th - 11th September More

Friday, September 16, 2016

First Planted Gala Lunch and Auction

On September 2 at the SCG, Langton's is partnering with NSW Wine to present the First Planted Lunch and Gala Auction, hosted by our very own Master of Wine Andrew Caillard, comedian Jean Kittson, and the incredibly talented PLONK team. More

Monday, August 22, 2016

Double Bay now open!

Double Bay Dan Murphy's now available for Auction pickup and collection! More

Tuesday, August 09, 2016

July 2016 in review

A look back throughout July, with Pinot Noir being a continuing theme throughout. Enjoy! More

Thursday, August 04, 2016

Our Melbourne Office has moved

Langton's Melbourne hub and office will be relocating to the Dan Murphy’s store at 789 Heidelberg Rd, Alphington, VIC, 3078. More

Thursday, July 07, 2016

Terroir al Limit

Langton's is proud to introduce Terroir al Limit, a winery redefining Spain’s Priorat region. More

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Decanter Article : Langton's Classification

Decanter's Tina Gellie explores the Langton's Classification. More

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Moss Wood and 2016 WA vintage - looking good again.

We talk to Moss Wood's Keith Mugford about the 2016 vintage. More

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Dr Bürklin-Wolf and the World's Best Rieslings

We are lucky to have available tiny quantities of some of the world’s finest Rieslings, from Germany’s Dr Bürklin-Wolf – although they may all be sold by the time you read this. More

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

The History of Penfolds Magill Estate.

Adrian Read shares a personal insight into the history and story of Penfolds' famed Magill Estate. More

Tuesday, February 09, 2016

The Wines of Austria

In recent times, Austrian wine has been experiencing a surge of interest around the world. In Australia, consumers are confidently discussing the merits of grüner veltliner and blaüfrankisch where five years ago only wine aficionados were aware of the particularities there. In the US too, there is a heightened awareness; exports are on the rise and Austrian wine is enjoying a purple patch. More

Tuesday, January 05, 2016

German Riesling Renaissance

In December 2013, Wines of Germany announced in London that it had officially recognised six Riesling Fellows “for their dedication, passion and love of German Riesling.” Sounds like a bit of PR? If so, it is sorely needed, for German Riesling has been hard to sell. Aficionados may be saying that quality is now high, but the image stays somewhat stuck in the past. More

Monday, January 04, 2016

The Summer of Riesling

With Christmas and New Year behind us, it’s time to put away the bubbly and boisterousness and settle back in to a more moderate tempo. Lighter food makes you feel better in the heat and you’ll want something fun to wash it down, but with the long tail of the Australian summer stretching out before us, what you most require is a refreshing wine you can return to again and again. And what could be better than riesling, for so many reasons. More

Sunday, January 03, 2016