Barossa Wine Auction

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The Barossa Wine Chapters Auction is a unique opportunity to bid on an iconic collection of wines directly from Barossa’s most celebrated winemakers.

2019 Barossa Wine Auction Tickets
2017 Barossa Wine Chapters Auction Results
2017 Barossa Wine Chapters Auction Catalogue PDF
2017 Barossa Wine Chapters Auction e-Catalogue

Join the Barossa wine community for a delicious lunch and experience the thrill and excitement of a fine wine auction at the 2019 Barossa Wine Live Auction and Lunch, Friday 26 April 2019.

The much anticipated live event, hosted by emcee Jane Thomson, includes an exclusive tasting of selected auction lots presented by the Barossa Cellar plus an Riesling and oyster tasting hosted Riesling Eden Valley winemakers.

Create your own Barossa cellar with provenance assured as all wines are direct from the winemaker’s own cellars. Rare vertical collections of museum vintages, large formats, special releases and bespoke experiences hosted by your favourite winemakers are all on offer.

If you can’t make it to the live auction, the exclusive offering has expanded digitally. The online auction, with its own collection of covetable Barossa wines and experiences opens 5 April via Langtons. Register now.

The full 2019 Barossa Wine Auction catalogue will be released early in the New Year.

The Barossa Wine Auction has been an integral part of the Barossa Vintage Festival since 1965. In 2015, the Barossa wine community embarked on an exciting evolution of this event, partnering with Langton’s Fine Wine Auction House. This is a move to expand the Barossa offer to wine collectors the world over and create a truly hallmark wine event in the Southern Hemisphere.

Held every two years in April, as a key event of the Barossa Vintage Festival, the auction is held both online and as a dynamic live auction. Wine collectors from around the world bid for rare and distinguished lots, positioning Barossa as Australia’s global wine region.  A share of the profits support the Barossa Vintage Festival and local charities.