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Week in Review 31-03-18

Easter. Two short weeks separated by a four-day holiday. It’s busy, but at least you get a decent break in the middle.

We hope you find the time to relax, enjoy some fine wine, take a critical but positive look at the four great offers below (our Wines of the Week), and browse (and bid) our four Easter auctions, all of which close at 9pm tomorrow night, Easter Sunday.


Langton's Confidential Yarra Valley Shiraz 2013

Our little secret. Your big opportunity. This is worth $35 per bottle, and it has 95 (‘mouth-watering’) points from James Halliday. We can’t tell you the name, but you won’t be disappointed. We have a few dozen left, but you’ll need to be quick.

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Langton's Confidential Yarra Valley Shiraz 2013

Dr Bürklin-Wolf Dry Riesling 2016

Dr Bürklin-Wolf Dry Riesling 2016

This biodynamically-grown Riesling is dry. It’s also screw-capped for sale in Australia and, once chilled, it’s alive with freshness and flavour.

‘…refreshing green apple and citrus character… finishes with fresh lime juice. Zesty rather than juicy… a good food wine thanks to the acidity and clean flavours.’
Decanter

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Clonakilla O’Riada Shiraz 2016

‘No hesitation in placing a ‘buy’ recommendation.’
Campbell Mattinson

‘Lovely wine, ready to enjoy.’
Huon Hooke

As Mattinson has said, O’Riada Shiraz is ‘...where the smart money is being spent when buying Clonakilla reds’.

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Clonakilla O’Riada Shiraz 2016

Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz 2013

Henschke Mount Edelstone Shiraz 2013

Since we first offered this Langton’s Classified (‘Exceptional’) Shiraz it’s been anointed by James Halliday. We’ve sharpened the price, too. Put some in your cellar.

‘...densely packed… destined for a long life... intensity and focus achieved without apparent effort… compelling black fruits riding on the back of tannins and carefully measured oak. Drink to 2043.’
97 points, James Halliday

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LANGTON’S CLASSIFICATION OF AUSTRALIAN WINE

Langton’s Classification is universally recognised as the independent ‘form guide’ to fine Australian wine.

With Classification VII due for release in September, Langton’s Adrian Read provides some background and explains the importance of the Classification The 'Form Guide' to fine Australian Wine here.

The launch of Classification VII will be celebrated with the most important public wine tastings to be held in Australia since the release of Classification VI in 2014, featuring our finest wines poured by their owners, their makers and leading wine industry identities.

Classification VII tastings will be held in major cities around Australia. They will sell out within a day or two when tickets go on sale later in the year.

Register your interest in these and other events here.

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fine wine auctions every year,
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