Since the adoption of the 100-point score by wine reviewers globally, there have been deservedly few wines that have earned themselves the mark of perfection: 100/100 points.
Barossa stands out amongst Australian wine regions as the home to a number of these ultra-fine wines.
We are delighted to present for sale, for the first time, a collection of Barossa’s 100-point wines, including the only wine to be awarded 100 points in the same vintage by both Robert Parker’s wine advocate and Wine Spectator, the 2008 Penfolds Grange.
Lot B01 in the 2021 Barossa Wine Auction represents an extremely rare opportunity to experience critically acclaimed wine perfection:
Seppeltsfield 1921 100-Year-Old Para Vintage Tawny
Tobreck 2016 RunRig Shiraz Viognier (Joe Czwerwinski)
Torbreck 2012 The Laird Shiraz (Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate)
Penfolds 2008 Bin 95 Grange (Wine Spectator, Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate)
Chris Ringland 2002 Shiraz (Rober Parker’s Wine Advocate)
Greenock Creek 1998 Roennfeldt Road Cabernet Sauvignon (Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate)
Greenock Creek 1998 Roennfeldt Road Shiraz (Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate)
Henschke 2015 Hill of Grace Shiraz (Wine Spectator, Andrew Caillard MW)
Standish Wine Co 2018 The Theorem Shiraz (Wine Spectator)
Bidding for this exclusive lot opens online at langtons.com.au globally on 2 April 2021.
Final bidding will take place in the room at the Barossa Wine Auction Live Event in Tanunda on Friday 16 April 2021.
To register to bid or to connect with a broker to bid on your behalf visit www.langtons.com.au