How to bid

The Teen Rescue Foundation Auction 2024 offers premium and rare wines and champagnes, special dinners, accommodation and wine experiences for online auction hosted by Langton’s Fine Wine Auctions, opening Tuesday 4 June and closing Tuesday 18 June 2024.

100% of proceeds will be donated to Teen Rescue Foundation to resource front-line initiatives to tackle teen alcohol abuse. Langton’s and donors of wines and experiences kindly take no cut of the proceeds.

All items carry a reserve of just $2 and a 18% buyer's premium, which is also donated in full to the Foundation. The full auction catalogue will be published prior to the commencement of the auction.

Bid now.


It’s free to register to bid.


Browse the catalogue of lots and place your bids after the auction goes live on 4 June. Read about how to bid and autobid.


At the close of the auction, an automatic charge will be made to your credit card. Langton’s accepts all major credit cards, including American Express, Mastercard and Visa. If the total value exceeds $10,000, payment may instead be made by bank transfer or BPAY.

All proceeds will be donated to Teen Rescue Foundation.


Langton's will ship wine auction items on your behalf, one day after the auction close. Read full delivery details.

Shipping will be charged at the following rates:

Metro Areas: $10 for the first case of 12 bottles, $5 per 6-pack thereafter

Country Areas: $15 for the first case of 12 bottles, $7.50 per 6-pack thereafter

International: Shipping and insurance quotes can be obtained on your behalf from preferred shipping brokers for wine purchases that require delivery to an overseas address. For all international shipping enquiries, please contact the Langton’s customer service team.

For dinners, accommodation and experience lots, Langton’s will connect the winning bidder with the donor to provide them with a certificate of purchase.

Bidding is now open. Please bid generously. Thank you for your support in making a real difference to save young Australians from alcohol abuse.

Tyson Stelzer
Founder and Director of Teen Rescue Foundation