Week in Review 29-06-19
Saturday, June 29, 2019 in Review
Last Sunday our headline auctions drew the crowds. A full set of Grange, a set of Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon, a collection of Grange magnums all went under the hammer. It was a ‘Baby Boomer’ Grange that set the record as we showed $1.217 million of Penfolds wine (in 1,434 lots) and achieved record prices on 1950s Grange and set the bar for Bin 707 Cabernet Sauvignon.
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Wines of the Week
This week released the latest disgorgement of our No.1 selling Champagne from Robert Moncuit, examined the state of modern Australian Chardonnay (spoiler alert! It's never been better) and we took a look at some classics from Ben Glaetzer and modern classics from John Hughes at Rieslingfreak.
We also sold out of two cast iron bargains with a Côtes du Rhône from Tardieu and a Premier Cru Burgundy from Faiveley.
Last Sunday we saw records fall in our Penfolds: Rewards of Patience auction. This week, normal Sunday service will be resumed with Unreserved taking centre stage.
Have a great weekend!
The Langton's Team