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It’s Classified: Auction Coming Soon


You’ve only got a week or so remaining to get stock into our upcoming Langton’s Classification VI Auction. This is one of the prime opportunities of the year to make some room and sell some of your cellar.

Christmas looms and the bidding will be fierce for any Langton’s Classified wines that you might have stashed away.

We offer free cellar appraisals and you can now also drop off your wines for auction at an ever-growing number of Dan Murphys stores across the country.

Penfolds is the traditional leader of the pack in this auction (as it is on the secondary market in general) but don’t underestimate the potential for large windfalls for any of the other 129 wines entrenched in the Classification.

Some recent auction highlights for Classified wines include:

Brokenwood Graveyard Shiraz 2000
Classified 'Exceptional'

  • $175

Penfolds Grange Bin 95 Shiraz 2010 (Imperial)
Classified 'Exceptional'

  • $62,910

Wynns Black Label Cabernet (Classified 'Excellent')

  • One the most consistent and reliable quality vs. value Cabernets in Australia.
  • Average price: $53 per bottle
  • 1950s, especially '54, '55, '57, '57 and '59 fetching high prices for good conditions: $1100+ per bottle

All prices include Buyers Premium

Don’t wait too long - the deadline for submission is fast approaching.

Get in touch with us and get a free cellar appraisal. Start here…


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