Week in Review 27-04-19
Saturday, April 27, 2019 in Review
We’ve distilled what the Barossa is all about in our edit of iconic beauties below. Bold Barossans can’t have all the fun—introducing our portfolio of acclaimed Victorian whites. Elsewhere, the return of a Clare Valley Riesling that James Halliday (and our brokerage team) are waxing lyrical about, and a ‘lavish and luxuriant’ McLaren Vale Shiraz.
Browse collectable Barossan new releases, icons, large format and museum rarities. A double magnum of Torbreck and vintages going back to 2004? Don’t mind if we do!
White Wines of Victoria
Take a walk on the whiter side of Victorian wine, proving that big reds aren’t always better. From Beechworth, Yarra Valley and beyond, experience elegance, refreshment and cellaring potential.
Kilikanoon Mort’s Block Riesling 2017
The Clare Valley region is the heart of Australian Riesling, and Kilikanoon Mort’s Block is one of the pre-eminent releases that, vintage after vintage, keeps it beating. James Halliday has awarded the 2017 Mort's Block vintage a glowing 96 point review—that's the equal highest score he's ever given it. Secure this ultimate expression of Clare Valley Riesling now.
McLaren Vale Confidential Shiraz
The family-run winery behind this Confidential Shiraz has been in business since the dawn of the Millenium. This particular single vineyard wine was their very first to market, so they've had a good long while to make it special. James Halliday awarded it a respectable 95 points, calling it, ‘a lavish and luxuriant wine.’ We’re bringing it to you at 36% off.
Still have Barossa on the brain? While the live auction may have had its final hurrah, there’s still time to bid on Barossan classics and rare gems in the Online Auction. You have until Sunday 5 May 7PM.
The Langton's Team