Shareholder Price $550* Full Price $909~ Save $359†
This Classified Collection, spanning 15 years, showcases wines from across all three tiers of the Classification. From the country’s best Chardonnay (Leeuwin Art Series) to the new kid on the block (Standish), this is an essential view of the state of Australian wine.
In this case you’ll find one bottle each of the following
Voyager Estate Cabernet Merlot Margaret River 2012
The Standish Wine Company The Standish Single Vineyard Shiraz Barossa Valley 2015
Clarendon Hills Astralis Syrah Mclaren Vale 2006
Leeuwin Estate Art Series Chardonnay Margaret River 2016
Domaine A Cabernet Sauvignon Coal River Valley Tasmania 2008
Glaetzer AMON-Ra Shiraz Barossa Valley 2017
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* Offer valid until November 15th 2019 or while stocks last. Where stocks are unavailable we will make an alternative offer available. Unless otherwise stated, all cases are sold as a case lot. † SAVINGS are calculated using cellar door price minus the sale price of each offer. ~ CELLAR DOOR PRICE - Given Langton’s special range of wines, the cellar door price has been calculated based on individual bottle prices supplied by the relevant winery, reputable wine stores and wine critics such as James Halliday and Robert Parker. YOUR PRIVACY: Your privacy is important to us. If you would like to change your future contact preferences or would like to unsubscribe, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, please contact Langton’s on 1300 946 347. Langton’s is operated by Cellar Force Pty Limited, Level 1 26 Waterloo St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010. ABN 15 107 876 022. Licence No. LIQP770010302.
From the Standish Family Vineyard on Siegersdorf Road, Vine Vale. 1912 planting. Black fruit, licorice, earth, grilled meat with pepper, dried roses, vanilla and exotic spices. Full bodied, rich and ripe, but savoury and controlled, thick with sooty and pleasantly raw-edged tannin, dense brooding flavour, a pulse of fresh acidity, then tannin and tar ‘n spice rolling into the long finish, and a surprising lingering mouth-perfume of roses and plums. Lots of layers here, and a more ‘natural’ feel than many Barossa Shiraz. It’s pretty bloody good.
96 points, Wine Front, May 2017.
"...stunning nose redolent of warm blackberries, meat, toast and charcoal, infused with notes of smoked duck, anise and a slight bit of peat... this big, rich, and powerful full-bodied wine has firm yet velvety tannins, a vibrant acid line and is very long on the finish. Drink now to 2026+"
99 points, Wine Advocate, February 2014
'...what I believe is Australia’s greatest white wine, and the first I have given a score of 99-plus.'
'...apart from being as near as dammit to perfection, will change the way Margaret River Chardonnay is seen.
It is a game changer. And it has given me a problem. You see, I gave the 2015 Chardonnay 99 points, my highest score for an Australian white wine on release.'
'But the problem now is that the 2016 is a better wine. I don’t believe any wine has achieved perfection, but this one pushes it mighty close.'
'For me, the 2016 Leeuwin is the closest thing, stylistically, to Burgundy — Grand Cru Burgundy — I have seen in an Australian Chardonnay. The combination of power, intensity, palate length and precision stamps it as something special. A little element of Puligny, Chassagne, with more than a decent hit of Margaret River.'
99+ points, The West Australian, March 2019.
"Deep colour, with a dark chocolate aroma, the palate chewy and textural with abundant tannins and stacks of pepper, spice, graphite, cola, blackberry flavours, and great density. The concentration and density of flavour is matched by its tremendous length and satisfying aftertaste. The tannins are abundant and mouth-coating, stopping short of grippy but certainly persuasive. A wonderful wine, tremendously flavoursome, profound and persistent, with a core of lush sweet fruit ably balanced by masses of tannin. A very big but balanced wine of great quality."
97 points, The Real Review, June 2019.
This is simply one of the best releases from Voyager. The mature vines and a very good vintage have combined to produce something special. Medium to full bodied with elegance and charm oozing from the very long palate. Fine grained oak is well managed and the fully ripe tannins are slightly sinewy to add a sense of purpose and structure.
96 points, Ray Jordan