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Wine Advocate: "The 1971 is a gorgeous example of a Barsac that is not that powerful, but has an authoritative presence in the mouth and wonderful, fresh, crisp acidity that admirably balances the apricot, honeyed flavors. (RP)" (01/1998) K&L Notes: 95 points Neal Martin for Wine Journal: "Tasted at Jasper Morris’s book launch at The Ledbury. What a fabulous way to end a meal with probably the best Coutet of the 1970s. The ’71 has an intense bouquet with scents of mandarin, quince, dried honey and a touch of kerosene. The palate has a thrilling, viscou...
Price: $99.99

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1971 Trotanoy, Pomerol (95JG, 94RP). John Gilman: "The wine remains placed right smack dab in the middle of its plateau of maturity and offers up a deep, complex and beautifully refined nose of black plums, dark berries, gravelly soil tones, plenty of smokiness, a note of black tea and just a hint of new leather in the upper register. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, complex and very pure, with a lovely core of black fruit, fine soil inflection and grip, melted tannins and a long, vibrant and absolutely à point finish. The fact that Bordeaux vintages like 1962, 1966 and 1971 have been so relatively overlooked in much of the wine journalism of the last forty years underscores just how poorly this region was covered back in the day, despite the general impression that Bordeaux was thorough back in the day! The ’71 Trotanoy has been drinking seamlessly for decades, but shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon." (05/2021)
Starting Bid: $1,125.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Von Schubert Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg Reisling Auslese (93JG). John Gilman: "This is a fine old bottle of mature auslese, offering up a complex nose of dried apricot, new leather, caramelized oranges, a touch of petrol, lovely soil tones and a bit of peach stone. On the palate the wine is medium-bodied, off-dry and beautifully delineated, with a fine core of fruit, excellent focus, and still good grip and some zesty acidity on the complex finish. With the years of bottle age this wine has resolved down to a spätlese level of sweetness, and has retained a lovely sense of weightlessness and filigree. Lovely juice that has clearly been at its apogee for decades, but should continue to hold nicely for a number of years further. I am sure to some palates, this wine has moved into a tertiary stage that may not be as appealing as its more fruit-driven youth, but I love auslesen when they get to this wise old age." (05/2006)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Suduiraut, Sauternes (91RP, 90VN). Wine Advocate: "Tasted from the Chateau reserves at the estate. Lucid colour in the glass, the ’71 has a powerful bouquet with very fine delineation: heady aromas of marmalade, quince, a touch of marzipan and roasted almond. The palate is very well defined with a smooth, harmonious texture; notes of Clementine and quince. I suggest that it does not have the profundity of either Chateaux Coutet or Yquem, but it has bravura about it, tipping over towards the slightly alcoholic finish. This is still drinking very well. (NM)" (03/2011)
Current Bid: $200.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Coutet, Barsac (96VN). Vinous: "The 1971 Coutet is a Barsac that I have drunk several times but to be frank, I cannot remember one as sensational as this. Funnily enough, the last time I had this was back in October 2010 for Jasper Morris’s book launch and the same man is sharing this bottle eight years later. Refulgent golden in colour it has an explosive bouquet with vivacious scents of quince, blood orange, Manuka honey and just that hint of petrol. There are few Sauternes of this age that match the vigour of this and that comes through on the palate: viscous in texture, a killer line of acidity that slices effortlessly through the honeyed fruit with fabulous tension on the rich, slightly Germanic finish. I would love to rack this up against the 1971 Yquem so they can fight it out for best Bordeaux of the vintage! (NM)" (07/2018)
Current Bid: $76.00

Bid on this 1-half-bottle lot of 1971 Freiherr Langwerth von Simmern Hattenheimer Nussbrunnen Riesling Beerenauslese (375ML). Established in 1464, the winery has been run by the same family, with a focus on Riesling, farming some of the most historically significant vineyards in Rheingau. Today, Andrea and Georg-Reinhard Langwerth von Simmern continue the tradition and carry their heritage responsibly into the future.
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Cheval Blanc, St-Émilion (95JG, 94ST, 92VN). John Gilman: "he 1971 Cheval Blanc is simply a beautiful example of the vintage that remains at its absolute apogee of drinkability and offers up glorious complexity on both the nose and palate. The deep, pure and very vibrant bouquet delivers a superb aromatic constellation of cherries, pomegranate, spiced meats, menthol, tobacco, a touch of nutskin, a complex base of soil tones, cedar and a bit of orange peel in the upper register. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, pure and velvety on the attack, with a superb core, outstanding transparency, tangy acids, melted tannins and superb focus and grip on the very, very long and perfectly balanced finish. This is unequivocally one of the wines of the vintage in 1971! (JG) 95+" (07/2017)
Current Bid: $800.00

Bid on this 1-half-bottle lot of 1971 Latour, Pauillac (375ml) (95JG, 93JS, 93RP). John Gilman: "The 1971 vintage of Latour was in that first small cache of the estate’s wines that I bought back in the mid-1980s, and I have searched out and drunk this wine with great regularity up until only a couple of years ago, when the wine market woke up to its excellence and prices started to move up rather dramatically. The wine is classic Latour, offering up a black fruity bouquet of dark berries, cassis, cigar ash, walnuts, gravelly soil tones, a nice touch of meatiness and a plenty smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and now wide open and fully mature, with a fine core, lovely soil signature, melting, suave tannins and lovely length and grip on the complex finish." (05/2017)
Current Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1971 Palmer, Margaux. Rivaling Ch. Margaux for best wine of the appellation, this is a long lived and powerfully elegant wine, and one that, depending on the vintage, is quite capable of lasting fifty years or more in bottle. A birthday or anniversary bottle.
Starting Bid: $700.00

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