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Week in Review 28-07-18

Classified wines lead the line in this latest Week in Review. A six-vintage vertical of the Exceptional RunRig that cracks 100 points, an Excellent Sunbury Shiraz from Craiglee and the Excellent Best’s Bin 0 Shiraz. Plus a Chardonnay Masterclass, opportunities to win a cellar worth $10,000 and buy ticket to the most important wine tasting of the year.  

See the full Wines of the Week here.


Runrig Vertical

Runrig
Shiraz Vertical
2009 - 2010,
2012 - 2015

Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW has rated these RunRig 97+ to 100 points! 
Signature Torbreck opulence at its (Classified) Exceptional best spanning 2009 to 2015. Sourced from 80 to 125-year-old, dry-grown vines on the western ridge of the Barossa, there’s a drop of Viognier to add some elegance, fragrance and a near piano black sheen.

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Chardonnay Masterclass


Chardonnay Masterclass

It doesn’t get much better than this – six wines at the vanguard of Australian Chardonnay. Revel in the edginess of Tasmania, the elegance of Yarra Valley, the opulence of Margaret River and a Classified from the Hunter Valley, with high reviewer praise for each example of this single vineyard and reserve Chardonnay Masterclass.

 

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Craiglee Shiraz

Craiglee
Shiraz Sunbury 2014
Classified Excellent

Victoria’s Craiglee Shiraz is a no-fuss, long-term achiever, entering the Langton’s Classification in 1996 and quietly maintaining its place in the ‘Excellent’ category ever since. The wine is a classic southern Victorian, cool-climate Shiraz.

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Bests Bin 0 Shiraz

Best’s Wines 
Bin 0 
Great Western Shiraz
Grampians 2016

Best’s Bin 0 Shiraz 2016, with a score of 97/100 points, is Huon Hooke’s highest rated of 54 Victorian Shiraz wines from the 2016 vintage. Bin 0 Shiraz is a famous and sought-after label, a true classic, Langton’s Classified since 2005.

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This week, we also hosted Lachlan Barber to talk about the incredible wines from Spain’s Comando G. Don’t think of these wines as cleverly-labelled hipster offerings, Comando G are as serious as it gets in the world of new wine. Owing much to Burgundy and the great Ch. Rayas from the home of the world’s greatest Grenache, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the wines present a textural experience that is particular to wines from the Gredos mountains near Madrid. Are allocation of the Comando G wines is quite limited. A toe in the water, but having tasted it, the team at Langton’s were keen to dive in. Read the full story.

Regards,
The Langton's Team

* AU resid. (excl. NT) 18+ only. To enter, spend $500 or more in 1 transaction on any wine/s currently featured in the Sixth Edition of Langton's Classification of Australian Wine via Langton's online store or brokerage, during the Promotional Period. Starts: 18/06/18 12:01 am AEST. Ends 19/08/18 11:59 pm AEST. T&Cs apply, see Full Terms & Conditions here. ACT TP 18/00966 , NSW LTPS/18/25071 SA T18/901. Drink Responsibly. 


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