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10 September 2018 | Barossa, The Artisans, What's Happening at Artisans | Annemaree Clementson

Plexus Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre awarded in Langton's Classification VII.

Congratulations to John Duval Wines whose 'Plexus' Shiraz Grenache Mourvèdre has been awarded in the recently released Langton's Classification VII.

Plexus SGM is one of only 12 Barossan wines selected in the Excellent category which is for "Australian wines of consistent merit. Steadfast, popular and expressive".

The Barossa Grape & Wine Assocation (Barossa Wine) says "The Langton’s Classification, now in its 30th year, bases eligibility on how well a wine performs on the open auction market; the volume of demand it attracts and the prices it realises. Revised every five years, Langton’s comments “ultimately, the reputation of a wine is based on its auction pedigree, the record it builds up, over time.” The success of Barossa’s wines in the Classification underlines the exceptional quality of both the region’s viticulture and winemaking."

Barossa continues its reign as the highest represented region" representing 28% of the Australia-wide list.

Purchase your John Duval Wines at our online wine store .

 

Langton's image courtesy Barossa Grape & Wine Association

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