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Auction Highlights 5th - 11th September

Introducing our first auction review. For the week of September 5th - 12th 2016

A quick recap of the results our Auction team highlighted, from the oldest wine won, to the the influence that winning a Halliday wine of the year award can have on your wine!


Starting in the cellar our Oldest wines traded last week were:

1924 CHATEAU DU TERTRE 5me cru classe, Margaux - $1805
1959 PENFOLDS Bin 46 Grange Hermitage, South Australia - $3041
1880 to 1915 SEPPELTSFIELD 100 Year Old Para Vintage Tawny Port, Barossa Valley - $1514 per bottle.



While the most Hotly Contested wines were the:

1971 HARDY'S Reserve Bin C987 Claret, Coonawarra - $147 (catalogue estimate $60-65)
2007 CHRIS RINGLAND Dry Grown Barossa Ranges Shiraz, Barossa 2007 - $595 (Unreserved auction - Price started at $1)



Queensland supplied the Surprise results of last week:

COOLANGATTA ESTATE Semillon 12 Bottle Mixed Set, Shoalhaven Coast - demand drove this mixed semillon set to $36 per bottle
BUNDABERG Distillers No 3 Rum 43% ABV, Bundaberg - $314



Exceptional wine for the week

1998 HENSCHKE Hill of Grace Shiraz, Eden Valley- $630



One of the jewels in the crown of last week's auctions Halliday Wine of Year:

2014 BEST'S WINES Thomson Family Great Western Shiraz, Grampians - $350



Until next week, stay tuned and remember, to win you must bid!



The Langton's Team 

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