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‘The Jimmy’ – Australias Best Known Wine Show Trophy

The Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy is the most celebrated award in Australian wine, as Adrian Read reports Jimmy Watson’s Wine Bar, in Carlton, is a Melbourne institution, serving wine to the thirsty from 1935 to this day More

Monday, April 8, 2019

Vazart Coquart Grand Cru Grower Champagne

The Vazart-Coquart label was created in 1954 when Jacques Vazart turned from growing and selling grapes to successfully making Champagne under his own name. The domaine makes eight cuvées, of which Langton’s imports four to Australia. We are proud to offer them to you. More

Friday, April 5, 2019

Sell your wines at auction

If your tastes have changed or you’ve run out of space for your wine collection, selling through Langton’s fine wine auction services could be the right option for you. More

Friday, April 5, 2019

Week in Review 05-04-19

This is the last weekend before a tidy run of holidays, the last days in which to enjoy some additional evening daylight, and your last chance to drink Lindeman's Hunter Shiraz. For the months ahead? Begin with the brilliant 98-Point Bordeaux below, see the best of Margaret and Napa, and end, as is always a good idea, with Champagne. More

Friday, April 5, 2019

End of an era Lindemans Hunter Valley Shiraz

In the 1950s, 60s, 70s and beyond, Lindeman’s Hunter Valley had the reputation of being a nursery for Australian winemaking talent. The legendary Karl Stockhausen made Hunter Valley Burgundy (when we called it such) or Shiraz that captured the essence of the region. More

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

New Bordeaux - Château Séraphine

Since his first adventure in Bordeaux as a young stagiaire (apprentice) 40 years ago, Andrew Caillard Master of Wine has been a regular visitor to Bordeaux. Château Séraphine is the newest Pomerol estate on the block. Comprising a 2.2-hectare parcel of vines, purchased in 2017 by Martin Krajewski, it is a vision splendide albeit in a Lilliputian way. More

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Week in Review 30-03-19

This week is all about our incredible stocktake offers (Ritme, Haselgrove, Kaesler, Noon), an unmissable confidential & special whisky releases from Diageo (Caol Ila, Oban, Inchgower). More

Saturday, March 30, 2019

2015 Tom Cullity with Virginia Willcock

Since 2006, Virginia Willcock has helmed the winemaking program of pioneering Margaret River winery Vasse Felix. A much-celebrated figure in the industry Willcock’s deep connection to the region she has tended for close to 30 years shines through in all of her wines. None more so than Vasse Felix’ flagship red, Tom Cullity. More

Friday, March 29, 2019

Week in Review 23-03-19

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti bottles never last long at Langton’s HQ. At the time of writing, we've got just TWO museum DRC vintages available for immediate purchase. No bidding wars, just a few clicks and a 2001 La Tâche or 2001 Romanée-Saint-Vivant could be on their way to you. Run, don't walk. More

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Discover Misha's Vineyard

This New Zealand winery is creating exquisite Central Otago wines with a ‘no compromise’ approach. Introducing Misha’s Vineyard, now available exclusively through Langton’s. More

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Bassermann-Jordan Grand Cru dry German Riesling

From the vineyards in the Pfalz region, Bassermann-Jordan produces Grand Cru dry German Riesling of the highest quality. The best wines in Germany under the VDP system of classification are known simply as GGs or Grosses Gëwachs (Great Growths). More

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Week in Review 16-03-19

It’s been called the Grange of Cabernet. Since the very first Langton’s Classification, Penfolds Bin 707 has been a Langton’s Classified Exceptional wine - we’ve got 10 magnums available now. The 2015 is a 96 pointerAlso this week: access rare Henschke (including a bonus bottle), enjoy a Langton’s exclusive Central Otago Pinot from Misha's Vineyard and secure 97-point Yangarra Grenache. More

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Week in Review 09-03-19

This week we’ve looked at some very interesting wines both old and new. Our 2009 museum selection of wines that have been ageing, developing and evolving for the last decade. We’ve borne the burden of patience so you can have the rewards. We also released a six-bottle collezione of Langhe rossi. These reds are another reason to love the Langhe as if you need one. We also marked International Women’s Day with five conversations with leading women and continued our countdown to Bordeaux 2018 En Primeur. More

Saturday, March 9, 2019

Women in Wine - Alison Eisermann MW

Alison Eisermann is a Master of Wine (MW), a winemaker, a wine show judge and the Australian Ambassador to the International Wine Challenge. As a wine educator with the Sydney Academy of Wine, Alison lectures Diploma students for WSET (Wine and Spirits Education Trust). She is also one of Australia 24 Masters of Wine and part of that growing group of female MWs. We spoke to Alison about resilience, what it takes to achieve those MW letters and unravelling the personality of wine. More

Friday, March 8, 2019

Women in Wine - Tamara Grischy

Tamara Grischy is the Head of Auctions for Langton’s. Last year, Tamara received the Woman of Inspiration award at the Australian Women in Wine Awards 2018. Recently, Tamara has also presided over the latest release (the seventh edition) of Langton's Classification of Australian Wine while breaking price and volume records at auction More

Friday, March 8, 2019

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