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Barossa Wine Chapters Auction and Lunch

 

Tickets are selling fast for the Barossa Valley's biggest event of the year - the Barossa Wine Chapters Auction and Lunch on Friday April 17.

This is a fabulous opportunity to join a number of Barossa legends including Wolf Blass, Stephen and Prue Henschke, Robert O’Callaghan, Charlie Melton, John Duval for a live auction and spectacular three-course lunch showcasing the best of Barossa produce – with the finest Barossa wines to match.

Full Event details are below:

EVENT DETAILS:  Barossa Wine Chapters Auction and Lunch Date: Friday 17th April 2015 Time: 11am-4pm Venue: Wolf Blass Visitor Centre, Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa, South Australia Tickets: $130 per person.

Ticket sales close Midnight April 9th unless sold out earlier.

Tickets to this fabulous event are strictly limited and are selling fast so don’t wait     Book now

Langton’s is excited to be hosting the auction online with net proceeds supporting the Barossa Vintage Festival and local charities.

Bidding opens on Thursday April 2 for more than 300 lots – wines donated by 60 leading Barossa wineries direct from their own and their owners’ and winemakers’ private cellars.

You can also bid for a number of exclusive events hosted personally by Barossa legends. 

One special highlight is a collection of wines from the cellar of the late Peter Lehmann, curated by Dave and Phil Lehmann and including fine examples of wines from the 1960s and 1970s.

Browse the full auction catalogue here.  If you would like us to arrange for someone to bid at the auction on your behalf, make an appointment to speak with a Langton’s wine broker here. 

For the lunch itself, 40 lots will be held over and auctioned live on the day by Langton’s co-founder Andrew Caillard, MW.

For more information please contact Langton’s by calling 1300 946 347 or via email at admin@langtons.com.au

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