Add a dozen Haselgrove Catkin McLaren Vale Shiraz to your order and we’ll upgrade one of those bottles to the new release 99-point 2018 RWT from Penfolds. The savings here more than cover the cost of the RWT, consider this one on us.
This Mix Contains:
11 BOTTLES of Haselgrove Wines Catkin Shiraz McLaren Vale 2018
1 BOTTLE of Penfolds RWT Shiraz Barossa Valley 2018
Terms and Conditions:
* Offer valid until Nov 19th, 2020 or while stocks last. Unless otherwise stated, all cases are sold as a case lot.
† SAVINGS are calculated using full price minus the sale price of each offer..
~ FULL PRICE - Given Langton’s special range of wines, the full price 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.
If you have any questions, please contact Langton’s on 1300 946 347 Langton’s, Level 1, 26 Waterloo St, Surry Hills NSW 2010 ABN 77 159 767 843 (Endeavour Group Limited), Licence No. LIQ770010303 © Copyright 2020. Langton’s. All rights reserved. Limited licence: 36120002 Packaged Liquor Licence: 32055289
Deep crimson. Ethereal pure blackberry pastille roasted chestnut mocha aromas with hint ginger notes. Voluminous and animated wine with dense saturated blackberry dark chocolate fruits, plentiful fine velvety tannins and superb integrated roasted chestnut, mocha vanilla oak complexity. Finishes chocolaty firm. Elemental, powerful and seductive with years ahead of it. Should develop into a classic.
99 points (2020)
All Barossa fruit, cited and sourced for its opulence as an over-riding extension of the Penfolds style. Florals meld with the sort of dark, creamy and concentrated fruit that stains every nook and cranny of the palate. Blueberry, mulberry and vanilla pie. Unashamedly full-bodied. A power house!
96 points (July 2020)
The warm summer of 2018 plays to Penfolds mandate for RWT to be ‘opulent, fleshy, aromatic and plush’ (by contrast to the Grange aspiration of ‘muscular and assertive’), making this a very easy wine to blend for the Penfolds team. ‘Such was the calibre of our A2 grade shiraz – the core of RWT and St Henri – that we almost nailed the blend right from the outset during classification!’ Peter Gago revealed. And opulent it is, a deep well of magnificent, sweet, ripe black fruits of enticingly glossy appeal, painted in rich strokes of French oak dark and milk chocolate, underlined by polished, firm fine tannins that draw the finish out long, full and strong. A quintessential RWT for the medium-term, guaranteed to turn heads and win hearts.
95 points (July 2020)
It’s instantly appealing on the nose showing blackberry, Black Doris plum, vanillin oak, floral and fragrant spice aromas, followed by a concentrated palate that’s mouthfilling and silky. The wine delivers lavish mouthfeel and velvety tannins, making it hugely appealing. At its best: 2022 to 2038.
96 Points, Sam Kim