Auctions Edit: Bid on 100-point cult Californian Syrah

Email sent: Jan 9, 2021 11:10pm
It’s super rare… and it’s just the tip of the iceberg!
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Shiraz lovers, assemble!
There are over 1000 bottles in this week’s Shiraz & Allies auction, with a strong focus on Australian expressions. Something to think about from further afield? The 2016 Sine Qua Non Rätsel 16 Syrah from California, which scored an impressive 100 points from Jeb Dunnuck (he called it, ‘pure perfection’) and 99 from Wine Advocate’s Lisa Perotti-Brown.

Get that bidding finger ready!
The hammer falls tonight, and competition is already fierce!

The Langton’s Team
Closing Tonight
Shiraz & Allies
Vive la France
Seriously Italian
Cellared Perfection Single Vendor
High-end & Eclectic Single Vendor
1945 is one of the most momentous 20th Century global events, so a Bordeaux from this year is a handsome bottle indeed. The 1945 Château Talbot 4me cru classé St-Julien in our Vive la France auction looks its age with its evocative label, and is an impressive talking point for any serious collection.
Market Report
Classified Series: Wendouree
The festive season saw an incredible string of sales records on some of the country's most sought-after and storied wines. No single auction saw more interest than that of Wendouree – the final tranche of Langton's highly anticipated Classified Series. Wendouree sits alone at the pinnacle of wineries that demand cult-like status among our customers.

The winery and its owners, Tony and Lita Brady, are famous for hedonistic yet balanced reds, a membership community that's near impossible to infiltrate, and a fastidious eye for perfection that's unsurpassed. Highlights from the auction included the famous 1998 Cabernet that went for 42% over reserve, and a bottle of the brilliant, rare 1986 Shiraz (estimate $180) that went for a whopping $261.

If you've got a cellar to sell, we can help.
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Rewards of Patience

Seller Delivery
Deadline: 7 March 2021
Auction Closes:
28 March 2021
Classification VII
Seller Delivery
10 March 2021
Auction Closes:
18 April 2021
Auction Highlights
Clos Ste Hune 2011

Est $350 - $450
Champagne 1996

Est $500 - $600
Etna 2019

Est $40 - $50
Unless otherwise stated, all cases are sold as advertised. Savings are calculated using full price minus sale price. Full price has been calculated based on bottle prices supplied by each individual winery, and where relevant takes into account exchange rate. All point scores are current as of 10/01/21.

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