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Week in Review 20-10-18

This year, we’re celebrating 30 of Langton’s. Established is 1988, we released the first Classification of Australian Wine in 1990. Penfolds has to lead the line in each of the subsequent six Classifications and now boasts nine wines of the 136 great wines in the country, more so than any other. More

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Week in Review 13-10-18

It's that time of the year. Spring has well truly arrived and so too have the laments of those who see Christmas decorations and think, ‘it's only October!’ While we do still have a couple of months before Christmas, it's time to get the ball rolling on your corporate gifting. Give well to the clients you like, give better to those you love and look after those you'd like to still be around in Q3. More

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Week in Review 06-10-18

This Week - The Teyssier Les Asteries is certainly one for good company - nothing impresses quite like a maggie of age Bordeaux. We also have a museum Suckfizzle Cabernet from Margaret River. Stella Bella, roughly, ‘Beautiful Star’ and this star is ready to take centre stage. We looked at Quartz Reef Pinots Gris and Noir and opened the latest vintages of the O'Riada and the Classified Exceptional SV from Clonakilla. More

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Week in Review 29-09-18

Spring has well and truly arrived. That means it's time for some forward planning to cover the coming months of picnics, parties and presents. More

Saturday, September 29, 2018

Week in Review 22-09-18

It's taken four years to get to this point. We've published Classification VII (in hardback), produced a short film and hosted Classification tasting events across six cites showcasing 136 wines from 91 producers. It has been an enormous undertaking from everyone at Langton's but we'd like to call out our indefatigable events team and thank all Langton's members who attended these incredible events. More

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Week in Review 15-09-18

An exclusive weekend (vertical six-pack!) release of Peter Lehmann’s flagship, and side trips to the Yarra Valley, eastern and southern France, plus McLaren Vale and the Clare Valley to finish. More

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Week in Review 08-09-18

This Week: the latest 2016 Marion Borgomarcellise Valpo, the highly popular 2017 Henschke Peggy's Hill Riesling (it's been running out the door this week), two Classification selections, a cross country Shiraz value mix and our brand new Classification VII poster and hardback book. More

Saturday, September 08, 2018

Week in Review 01-09-18

On Friday morning we released the seventh edition of the Langton's Classification of Australian Wine. If the Classification VII wines are the class of 2018 then Grange is once again dux. Find out about all the latest Classified wines including the new alumni with four wines from Margaret River, three from Yarra Valley, two rising stars from the Barossa Valley and more. More

Saturday, September 01, 2018

Week in Review 25-08-18

The word of the week at Langton’s HQ has been ‘Classification’. Next Saturday, the seventh edition of our Classification will be released and the 136 wines and their positions will be revealed. Do not miss out on tickets to the events. And, as if that wasn’t enough, our 2015 Bordeaux wines are here. More

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Week in Review 18-08-18

This Father's Day, get dad an exclusive 2009 Dom Pérignon gift set. With only 150 available, this very special gift set is exclusive to Langton’s in Australia and the perfect way to say Happy Father’s Day. We’ve also taken a look at our Whisky portfolio with a particular focus on Islay distillery Ardbeg. Ideal for a for a Father’s Day gift, choose from the 10 Year Old, the An Oa, the Corryvreckan and the Uigeadail. More

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Week in Review 11-08-18

On Wednesday, Chris Ringland paid us a visit. Sticking a nose into a pour of the epic Hoffman or the Dry Grown seemed to render a few seasoned wine pros speechless. We also welcomed Michael Brajkovich MW of Kumeu River in New Zealand’s North Island, Giuseppe Vaira of G.D. Vajra in Piedmont and Sam Barry of Jim Barry Wines also popped in to say ‘hello!’ More

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Week in Review 04-08-18

First up, it was Wynnsday. On the first Wednesday of August every year, Wynns Coonawarra Estate releases their wines for the year. 2018 was a John Riddoch release, arguably the flagship Coonawarra Cabernet, and with a 99 point score from Andrew Caillard MW, this will be a lynchpin vintage in any John Riddoch vertical. The 2016 Black Label, the definitive Coonawarra Cabernet, took home a 98 point score from Mr. Caillard. What a Wynnsday! More

Saturday, August 04, 2018

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. More

Saturday, July 28, 2018

Week in Review 21-07-18

This week we released two packs - an International Collection 6-pack, and a Katnook Odyssey Museum Vertical. We also had the new Hughes & Hughes release from the Young Gun of Wine 2018 Best New Act and finally the Pewsey Vale Contours Riesling 2012. More

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Week in Review 14-07-18

This week we also released two new vintages from Chris Ringland — the 2013 Dimchurch and the 2009 Hoffmann. We released a selection of mixed cases including a Tasmanian Pinot mix, an interstate Riesling mix and a value McLaren Vale Shiraz mix. We also released a 2004 museum collection and, when that sold out, we released a small number of 2005 museum cases. The aged wine love didn't end there, as we also took a look at the Classified 'Outstanding' 2001 1860 Vines Shiraz from Tahbilk. Seventeen years of bottle-age, and with plenty of time to develop, this right on point to drink now. More

Saturday, July 14, 2018

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