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Fer & Dani – Comando G

Fernando García & Dani Landi are the owners and winemakers at Comando G. The two of them are nice guys, Fer & Dani. People like them. They’re drawn to them, to wines they make, to the work they’re doing. And what they are doing is quietly starting a wine revolution outside Madrid in foothills of the Sierra de Gredos mountains. More

Friday, July 27, 2018

Event Auction: James Halliday Wine Companion Awards 2019

Langton’s is mounting a major auction to support the 2019 James Halliday Wine Companion Awards. Major Halliday Award winners will be announced next Wednesday, August 1. More

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Week in Review 21-07-18

This week we released two packs - an International Collection 6-pack, and a Katnook Odyssey Museum Vertical. We also had the new Hughes & Hughes release from the Young Gun of Wine 2018 Best New Act and finally the Pewsey Vale Contours Riesling 2012. More

Saturday, July 21, 2018

Interview with Chris Carpenter - Winemaker at Hickinbotham

Last week Langton’s wine brokers tasted the spectacular 2016 Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard reds with Napa Valley ‘flying winemaker’ Chris Carpenter and his McLaren Vale based colleague, Australian Peter Fraser. More

Friday, July 20, 2018

Week in Review 14-07-18

This week we also released two new vintages from Chris Ringland — the 2013 Dimchurch and the 2009 Hoffmann. We released a selection of mixed cases including a Tasmanian Pinot mix, an interstate Riesling mix and a value McLaren Vale Shiraz mix. We also released a 2004 museum collection and, when that sold out, we released a small number of 2005 museum cases. The aged wine love didn't end there, as we also took a look at the Classified 'Outstanding' 2001 1860 Vines Shiraz from Tahbilk. Seventeen years of bottle-age, and with plenty of time to develop, this right on point to drink now. More

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Win an Exceptional Cellar

You could win an Exceptional cellar worth more than $10,000 when you purchase wines online, at auction or your through your Wine Broker. More

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Week in Review 07-07-18

The Limestone Ridge Shiraz Cabernet from Lindeman’s is always a received very warmly at Langton’s. If it’s classic Australians you like, the Wallace Shiraz Grenache 2014 from Glaetzer is available at price point you’ll love. The Journey Yarra Valley Pinot Noir 2016 garnered similar praise around quality and value. In the rarefied air, north of three figures, we added to our Brunello di Montalcino portfolio with the brilliant latest releases from Casanova di Neri. Highly We also released a three-vintage vertical of the Clarendon Hills Astralis with the 2005, 2006 and 2008 each receiving headline review and scores from Robert Parker and, his successor as Wine Advocate editor in chief, Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW. More

Saturday, July 7, 2018

Experience Improvements Update

We are always looking for ways to improve our service and your Langton’s experience. We’re pleased to announce the following enhancements to our vendor payments and our delivery service. More

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Week in Review 30-06-18

This week we looked a great range of wines including RunRig Shiraz 2015 and The Sporran Shiraz 2015 from Torbreck, the Block 5 Shiraz 2016 from The Lane and our portfolio of wine from Zuccardi leading with the Concreto Malbec 2016. The RunRig is one of Australia's modern classics and, as a Classified wine, is an eligible purchase for our competition in which you could WIN an Exceptional wine cellar! The prize, worth more than $10,000 includes one of each of the 21 Exceptional wines in the top tier of Langton’s Classification VI, a Vintec Dual-Zone Cooling Cabinet and two VIP passes to a Classification event of your choice in September 2018. More

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Interview with Frederique Perrin - Winemaker at Cape Mentelle

Today we speak to Frédérique Perrin, Cape Mentelle Winemaker, to mark the release of her first vintage – 2015 – of the Langton’s Classified Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon. More

Thursday, June 28, 2018

New Record Auction Price For 1951 Grange

Penfolds Grange 1951 has set a new record auction price of $78,000 for a single (750ml) bottle of Australian wine. The previous record.of $59,416, was set in December last year. More

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Week in Review 23-06-18

We’ve also shown some Classified wines including the latest Old Bastard Shiraz from Kaesler, Keyneton Euphonium from Henschke and the Leonay from Leo Buring.  We also took a look at Langhe with a keenly priced mix six-pack of Nebbiolo wines from the region and back in the new world, we looked at the latest Martinborough Pinot Noir from Ata Rangi. More

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Week in Review 16-06-18

Made from fruit produced from vines coming up on a half-century, Lindeman’s St George Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 has secured a 97-point rating from James Halliday.  On Tuesday we took a look at the 2016 vintage of our best selling premium Pinot. Rockburn Pinot Noir, an accessible Pinot is definitively Central Otago from ex-Felton Road winemaker Malcolm Rees-Francis.  This week, we also got to taste the latest Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon 2015, Classified Outstanding, and the brilliant 2018 vintage releases from Rieslingfreak. More

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Week in Review 09-06-18

It was a week for France’s Grand Dames, as well as homegrown icons gaining aristocratic new world reputations this week. Representing the new world is Vasse Felix’s flagship Heytesbury Chardonnay. From new world to old, this week saw two exciting features in the form of a top-up allocation of a Premier Cru Burgundy – the Domaine Faiveley Mercurey Clos de Myglands 1er Cru Monopole 2015 going for an astonishing $55, and the 2000 Chateau Latour drinking beautifully at this very moment. All this in a week that also featured a sellout Langton’s winterwarmer Shiraz, a unique red from Etna, and more. More

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Week in Review 02-06-18

Many a marriage of quality and value this week. For Moss Wood’s flagship 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, Ray Jordan’s recent score of 98 points in the West Australian underscored what legions already knew about Australia’s ‘Most Collected Cabernet’. This week also saw the initial tasting and release of Nga Waka’s 2016 Estate Pinot Noir - a 95 point score from Bob Campbell and drinking beautifully now. Though the demand, in some cases, exceeded our supply stocks of some others such as Pierro Chardonnay, remain for the keen-eyed and quick-fingered to snap up. More

Saturday, June 2, 2018

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