Week in Review 18-05-19

This week: 100-point Grange twin-pack! Also - Exceptional, the top tier of the Langton’s Classification, Argentina’s New World Grand Cru is our International Wine of the Week, celebrate World Whisky Day with a dram of something iconic, Kilikanoon release, 96-Point Margaret River Chardonnay, & your last chance to taste Bordeaux 2018 first. More

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Week in Review 11-05-19

This week: 100 point Torbreck RunRig, taste Bordeaux 2018 first, rediscover Alsace Riesling, six Langton’s Classified reds for less than $500 and A.T. Richardson redefines the Grampians More

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Week in Review 03-05-19

Henschke and Moss Wood new releases, ‘Outstanding’ wines from $47, celebrate Sauvignon Blanc Day, an extraordinary Rhône vintage and 100 point wines from Chile’s finest. More

Friday, May 03, 2019

Week in Review 27-04-19

We’ve distilled what the Barossa is all about in our edit of iconic beauties below. Bold Barossans can’t have all the fun—introducing our portfolio of acclaimed Victorian whites. Elsewhere, the return of a Clare Valley Riesling that James Halliday (and our brokerage team) are waxing lyrical about, and a ‘lavish and luxuriant’ McLaren Vale Shiraz. More

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Week in Review 20-04-19

The long weekend is upon us, and with it a proliferation of goodies. No, we’re not talking about chocolate or lavish celebratory lunches (although the latter would be even more enjoyable with a selection of what you’ll find below). Instead, we’re thinking of those Langton’s Classified ‘Excellent’ wines that are the backbone of any solid Aussie cellar, and start at just $33. Also Italian white wines ,the best of our Otago Pinot Noir, and the new release of a 2018 Wine of the Year Winner. More

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Week in Review 13-04-19

A long weekend is on the horizon- For the collectors, a bundle of 100 point Château d'Yquem bottles may be just the thing. Those with a thirst for discovery might be drawn to our edit of top scoring New Zealand Chardonnay. A Langton’s Classified white (one of the nation’s most well-respected) could complete your Easter table. And a legend fit for the cellar of any Barossa Shiraz tragic returns (likely not for long). More

Saturday, April 13, 2019

Week in Review 05-04-19

This is the last weekend before a tidy run of holidays, the last days in which to enjoy some additional evening daylight, and your last chance to drink Lindeman's Hunter Shiraz. For the months ahead? Begin with the brilliant 98-Point Bordeaux below, see the best of Margaret and Napa, and end, as is always a good idea, with Champagne. More

Friday, April 05, 2019

Week in Review 30-03-19

This week is all about our incredible stocktake offers (Ritme, Haselgrove, Kaesler, Noon), an unmissable confidential & special whisky releases from Diageo (Caol Ila, Oban, Inchgower). More

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Week in Review 23-03-19

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti bottles never last long at Langton’s HQ. At the time of writing, we've got just TWO museum DRC vintages available for immediate purchase. No bidding wars, just a few clicks and a 2001 La Tâche or 2001 Romanée-Saint-Vivant could be on their way to you. Run, don't walk. More

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Week in Review 16-03-19

It’s been called the Grange of Cabernet. Since the very first Langton’s Classification, Penfolds Bin 707 has been a Langton’s Classified Exceptional wine - we’ve got 10 magnums available now. The 2015 is a 96 pointerAlso this week: access rare Henschke (including a bonus bottle), enjoy a Langton’s exclusive Central Otago Pinot from Misha's Vineyard and secure 97-point Yangarra Grenache. More

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Week in Review 09-03-19

This week we’ve looked at some very interesting wines both old and new. Our 2009 museum selection of wines that have been ageing, developing and evolving for the last decade. We’ve borne the burden of patience so you can have the rewards. We also released a six-bottle collezione of Langhe rossi. These reds are another reason to love the Langhe as if you need one. We also marked International Women’s Day with five conversations with leading women and continued our countdown to Bordeaux 2018 En Primeur. More

Saturday, March 09, 2019

Week in Review 02-03-19

This week: Access La Mission Haut-Brion, 100 points from James Suckling - you can’t improve on less than $1000 for a wine of this elegance and stature. You’ll also find classic Australian big-hitters - Warrenmang's Black Puma Shiraz, Two Hands Gnarly Dudes and Driftwood Chardonnay. Finally, take a look at our Seasonal Leaders - the wines that made this summer memorable. More

Saturday, March 02, 2019

Week in Review 22-02-18

This week: Access stunning Australian variety from coast to coast, covering Chardonnay, Shiraz, Riesling, Grenache and more. You’ll also find incredible international offerings, with premium European and discovery packs to explore. We hosted Timo Mayer from Mayer Wines for a masterclass, held a COS tasting & Paradise IV winemaker Doug Neal came by this week to show us the 2017 vintage. More

Friday, February 22, 2019

Week in Review 16-02-18

In other news, Ben Gould, the Margaret River mover and shaker from Blind Corner winery, popped in to open some of his bottles for us. It’s a real treat to see what young guns are doing in the region. It was a thrill to sample the new release Cullen Diana Madeline 2017. The word “approachable” was heard more than once in the tasting room, and nary a broker was seen without a smile on their face after the first sip. More

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Week in Review 09-02-18

This week we released a Dawson & James vertical 3-pack, one of our best ever Confidentials, the latest Classified Outstanding The Signature Cabernet Shiraz from Yalumba and one of the best value Pinots we've ever seen from Wickhams Road. More

Saturday, February 09, 2019

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