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On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 7

6 April - Chateau Brane Cantenac. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Tasting with Henri Lurton of Brane Cantenac, the man responsible for changing the perception of the chateau with critics by improving the overall quality since taking over from his father. The Chateau was Classified a 2ème Cru Classé (second Growth) in 1855 and has been in owned by the Lurton family since 1922. More

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Barossa Wine Chapters Auction is now Live

The Barossa Wine Chapters Auction is now open and will reach its climax Friday April 21. You can be part of the excitement by bidding online – or by attending the Barossa Wine Chapters Auction & Lunch on April 21 and bidding in person at the culmination of the event at the live auction – with final bids to be taken on a range of marquee wines and other important lots. More

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 6

5 April - Chateau Pichon Longueville. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Passport to Pleasure - the tasting at Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de La-lande looking at the 2016 vintages wines. The estate was classified as one of fifteen Deuxièmes Crus (Second Growths) in the original Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. Today it’s considered one of the ‘Super Seconds’ for the tremendous quality that it exudes. More

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 5

4 April - La Mission Haut Brion. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Langton’s Head of Buying, Tom Portet, is currently in France with Andrew Caillard MW, visiting some of the great Domaines and Chateaux of Burgundy and Bordeaux that Langton’s is proud to be working with. His travels start in Burgundy, where spring hasn’t quite sprung yet. More

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 4

31 March - Tasting at Cos d'Estournel With Nicolai Hedegaard. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Langton’s Head of Buying, Tom Portet, is currently in France with Andrew Caillard MW, visiting some of the great Domaines and Chateaux of Burgundy and Bordeaux that Langton’s is proud to be working with. His travels start in Burgundy, where spring hasn’t quite sprung yet. More

Friday, March 31, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 3

30 March - Tasting at Domaine Comte George de Vogüé with Francois Millet. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Langton’s Head of Buying, Tom Portet, is currently in France with Andrew Caillard MW, visiting some of the great Domaines and Chateaux of Burgundy and Bordeaux that Langton’s is proud to be working with. His travels start in Burgundy, where spring hasn’t quite sprung yet. More

Thursday, March 30, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 2

26 March - Chassagne-Montrachet Domaine Jean Noel Gagnard. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Langton’s Head of Buying, Tom Portet, is currently in France with Andrew Caillard MW, visiting some of the great Domaines and Chateaux of Burgundy and Bordeaux that Langton’s is proud to be working with. His travels start in Burgundy, where spring hasn’t quite sprung yet. More

Sunday, March 26, 2017

On the Wine Trail with Tom Portet - Day 1

27 March - Lunch with Becky Wasserman. Langton’s Adventures in Wine. Langton’s Head of Buying, Tom Portet, is currently in France with Andrew Caillard MW, visiting some of the great Domaines and Chateaux of Burgundy and Bordeaux that Langton’s is proud to be working with. More

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Updated Langton's Auction Platform

Our auction platform has been upgraded in recent weeks for cleaner, easier navigation and searching both on your desktop and smart phones and tablets. If it's been a while – see how we've changed! We're always working to make bidding (and winning) simpler and more transparent. More

Thursday, March 09, 2017

Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2017: Langton's Classified Cabernet

At Melbourne’s 25th annual Food & Wine Festival, Langton’s is proud to present a unique panel discussion featuring a cohort of Australian wine luminaries on the Cabernets featured in that most evolving and reflexive portrait of Australian fine wine - the Langton’s Classification. More

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Barossa Wine Chapters Auction & Lunch 2017

In what has fast become a major event on the Australian wine calendar, we are proud to support the Barossa Wine Chapter Auction in April 2017. The Barossa Grape & Wine Association’s bi-annual event provides enthusiasts and collectors alike access to Barossa’s most exclusive and rare wines. More

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Seasonal Delivery Notes

At all times we aim to ensure speedy delivery. This minimises the risk of situations occurring in transit that could damage wine or compromise its quality. We monitor weather conditions at points of origin and destination and do not despatch wine on days when the temperature reaches or is forecast to reach 30 degrees Celsius. Despite this, it is important to note that Langton’s insurance does not cover heat damage, should it occur. More

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Sarah Crowe - Yarra Yering Interview

Sarah Crowe – ‘now I’m usually the one with the microphone!’ More

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

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

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