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Discover the Wines of Tuscany

Tuscany, with its picturesque rolling hills and medieval hilltop villages, is Italy’s most famous wine region. A wine-lover’s paradise, it is home to several of Italy’s finest and best-known wines including Chianti Classico, Brunello di Montalcino and Vin Santo. More

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Pinot Gris: The Ultimate Winter White

With chilly winter weather still in play for a few more weeks, it’s an ideal time to seek out fuller, richer white wines. And, while for many wine-lovers a rich, creamy Chardonnay may be the perfect answer, there is a great alternative, Pinot Gris. Indeed, with its appealing notes of pear, apple, stone-fruit and spice, round mouth-feel and often rich texture, Pinot Gris may be the ultimate winter white. More

Thursday, August 21, 2014

A Sweet Story - A Guide to Sweet Wine Styles

It’s difficult to believe now, but sweet wines used to rule the wine world. From the exotic and enchanting wines of Tokjai and the delicious delicacy and purity of Mosel Rieslings to the rich unctuous wines of Sauternes, there was a time when sweet wines were the most highly prized and revered wines in the world. More

Friday, July 18, 2014

Journey through the Southern Rhône

To journey through the Southern Rhône is to enter an enchanting garrigue-scented Mediterranean landscape. Here in the warm south, Grenache is king, blended together with Syrah and Mourvèdre amongst others, to produce perfumed, rich, fruit-driven red wines. More

Friday, July 11, 2014

Grenache Greatness

Is Grenache the most underrated variety in the world? I think so. Although it is the most widely planted red grape in the world, for many years Grenache has been overshadowed by Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir. Dismissed by many as ‘a blending variety’ or derided as a source of soft simple ‘tutti-fruity’ reds, Grenache has not always been appreciated for its inherent qualities. More

Friday, July 11, 2014

Discover Priorat

Priorat is one of the wine world’s greatest recent discoveries. This tiny region in the Catalonian coastal hinterland produces some of Spain’s most prestigious red wines. The region has only 1,800 ha of vines covering steep terraces and plateaus up to 900m featuring both granite based soils and unique shale based ”llicorella” soils. More

Friday, July 04, 2014

James Halliday Wine Companion Awards and Top 100 Auction

Langton’s is excited to announce that in association with James Halliday, we will be launching an auction celebrating wines and wineries that feature in the 2015 Wine Companion Awards. More

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Uniquely Australian Sparkling Red

What can be more Australian than sparkling red wine? While Australia was not the first country to produce a sparkling red wine, as a nation we have wholeheartedly embraced the deep coloured, richly fruited frothy style and made it our very own. More

Friday, June 27, 2014

Journey along Germany's magnificent Mosel

The Mosel is Germany’s most famous wine region home and is home to some of the most beautiful, delicate and age worthy Rieslings in the world. This picturesque region follows the steep valleys of the Mosel, Saar and Ruwer Rivers that flow north toward the Rhine. Due to limitations of the landscape, the region has only 8800 ha of vines, mostly growing in steep terraced vineyards anchored on thin slatey soils. The rocky soils absorb the essential warmth that this cool marginal region requires to ripen the fruit. More

Friday, June 20, 2014

Spotlight on Sauternes

Sauternes is home to arguably the most prestigious, long-lived sweet wines in the world. Located 65 km south of the city of Bordeaux at the southern tip of the Graves, the appellation has 2100 ha of vineyards planted on flat, alluvial gravels overlying thick layers of limestone. More

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Pinot Noir - The power and the beauty

Of all the red grape varieties, Pinot Noir can be the most exhilarating but paradoxically it is also the least consistent in terms of quality. A poorly made Pinot Noir will be a very unpleasant glass of wine, yet a fine example will have wine lovers desperately trying to track down another elusive bottle. More

Friday, June 13, 2014

Journey to Burgundy's Côte de Beaune

The story of Burgundy is a tale in two parts. The northern Côte d'Or is home to many of the region’s most famous red wines; rare and highly sought-after with the price-tags to match. Further south lies the region of the Côte de Beaune. Overshadowed by the fame of its northern neighbour, it is nonetheless home to some of the world’s finest white wines and many charming, well- made Pinot Noirs that offer terrific value for money. More

Friday, June 13, 2014

Italy - Explore the Veneto

Veneto is one of Italy’s most important wine regions, responsible for producing a dazzling array of wine styles from sparkling Prosecco and crisp dry Soave, to rich complex Amarone. More

Friday, June 06, 2014

Rhône Royalty

South of the city of Lyons, on the steep banks of the northern Rhône valley, lie some of the oldest and most esteemed vineyards in France. More

Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Rioja - A guide to Spain's most famous wine region

Rioja, the largest and most famous wine region in Spain is located in North Central Spain. Spanning an area of over 63,000 ha, the region has a long history of winemaking and is home to many of Spain’s most famous and age-worthy wines. Alongside well established bodegas producing quality styles traditionally matured in American oak, there is a wave of avant-garde winemakers crafting stylish modern wines, some of whom are moving towards French or Hungarian oak for maturation.Sheltered by three mountain ranges, Rioja is fairly dry with an average annual rainfall of just 530 mm. The region’s climate varies from the cooler wetter, elevated areas of the northern Rioja Alavesa and the warm and dry areas of the Rioja Alta to the hot continental Rioja Baja on its south-eastern side. Rioja is renowned for its red wines which are usually Tempranillo dominant blends with minor components of Garnacha (Grenache) Cariñena (Carignan) and occasionally Graciano. The finest Tempranillo grapes are grown More

Friday, May 30, 2014

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