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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: The Future of Tradition. Casting a enquiring lens over this most-noble of varietals, the Future of of Tradition features a cohort of Australian wine luminaries on the Cabernets featured in that evolving portrait of fine wine in this country - the Langton’s Classification.

Presided over by some of the greatest minds and most exciting talents of the industry, participants will taste some of the finest Cabernet Australia has to offer, and discuss their position within the Classification as standard-bearers of both tradition and modernity.

Convening at The House of Food & Wine in Melbourne's CBD, on Sunday April 9th 2017, the panel will discuss the sustained practices and industry innovations which show a simultaneous respect for method and an eye for evolution. Tickets are $250 per person including wine tastings.

From rising stars to the Classification’s absolute finest, what these varietal standouts share is sustained innovation, popularity and excellence, lovingly crafted by winemakers who refuse to settle for anything less.

Whether you're a seasoned connoisseur or just beginning your wine journey, the event promises to be an enjoyable, educational and above all, delicious afternoon for all in attendance.

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