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Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Austere Pinot fruit with excellent density and delineation plus dusty tannins. The complexity is subtle and lovely and the finish is elegant and infused with minerals. As is usually the case, this is a wine of finesse rather than power. This is quite promising." (04/2001)
Price: $199.99

97 points James Suckling: "The L’Eglise was still very young and in reserve. We decanted it before drinking, but it still was a little tight. I think it needs more bottle time. Nonetheless, it was soft and silky yet firm and gorgeous. It was full-bodied with a gorgeous core of raspberry and spices on the palate, with chocolate and mahogany notes. " (06/2016) 97 points Wine Spectator: "Aromas of dark chocolate and blackberry, with hints of black olives. Full-bodied, with chewy, polished tannins and loads of ripe fruit, tapenade and flowers. A complex an...
Price: $324.99

Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The nose offers up rich, very dense fruit but the sweet flavors are remarkably supple with prominent tannins on the long finish. Solidly constructed with very good persistence." (04/2001)
Price: $199.99

Bid on this bottle of 1998 Nöel Verset Cornas (95JG, 93VN). John Gilman: "Noël Verset’s 1998 Cornas is a brilliant example of the vintage. Upon release, the 1999 vintage in the northern Rhône had a slightly higher reputation than the 1998s, but the Verset ’98 is clearly a small step up from his lovely 1999. The bouquet is deep and brilliant, as it soars from the glass in a blaze of black raspberries, dark berries, pepper, a touch of shoe polish, great stony minerality and a pungent topnote of violets. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very, very pure, with great focus and refinement, ripe tannins, tangy acids and great length and grip on the complex and still fairly primary finish. This is one of the finest young vintage’s of Monsieur Verset’s Cornas that I have had the pleasure to taste." (05/2009)
Starting Bid: $415.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1998 Penfolds "Bin 389" Cabernet Sauvignon/ Shiraz South Australia and 1-bottle of 1998 Penfolds "Bin 707" Cabernet Sauvignon South Australia (93W&S, 93WE, 93WS, 92ST, 90RP). Of the 1998 Penfolds "Bin 707" Cabernet Sauvignon South Australia,Wine Enthusiast writes: "The rich blackberry, vanilla and toast nose sets you up for a lush, supple wine and this one does not disappoint. Full and dense, it offers rich black-cherry and cassis flavors on the palate, and a huge finish with fine-grained tannins. Very well poised for its size, it’s approachable now. Nevertheless, it will be much more nuanced and show more finesse in 5-8 years. Keep for a decade or two, maybe more." (03/2001)
Starting Bid: $305.00

Bid on this bottle of 1998 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Echézeaux Grand Cru (90BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This is no longer so completely primary and while the nose has not yet reached full maturity, it is approaching it slowly but surely. The aromatic profile is very Vosne with ample blue and red berry fruit aromas cut with spice, earth and discreet game hints that lead to delicious, round and largely, if not completely, resolved middle weight flavors that display subtle mineral nuances on the long and lingering finish. While this could certainly be drunk now with pleasure, for my taste I would advise leaving the '98 Ech in the cellar for another 3 to 5 years and then drink over the next 10 to 15." (09/2010)
Starting Bid: $1,750.00

Bid on this 1.5 liter 2-bottle lot of 1998 Au Bon Climat "Knox Alexander" Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir (1.5L) (94WE). Wine Enthusiast: "With the extra heavy bottle and the wax seal, this is an ABC signature wine, and worthy of it. It's reminiscent of a fine Vosne-Romanée in its extreme youth. Light in color and even in body, its nevertheless got the stuffing of legend. Black cherries come to mind; plum, tobacco, chocolate and spice, too. At the core, there's solid extract. The finish is long and spicy. This wonderfully expressive wine is for the cellar." (12/2001)
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1998 Bosquet des Papes "Cuvée Chantemerle" Châteauneuf-du-Pape Vieilles Vignes (91RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The star of the show from Bosquet des Papes was the 1998 Chateauneuf du Pape Chante le Merle Vieilles Vignes. Fully mature, it reveals impressive notes of roasted garrigue, lots of cured meats, licorice and coffee bean notes to go with a ripe, full-bodied, textured feel on the palate. It has an old-school feel, yet is neither overtly rustic nor astringent. Drink it over the coming 4-5 years. The blend here is 80% Grenache and 10% each of Syrah and Mourvedre, all of which was aged in foudre and demi-muids. (JD)" (08/2015)
Starting Bid: $127.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1998 Giacomo Conterno "Monfortino" Barolo Riserva (97RP, 96VN, 94JG, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1998 Barolo Riserva Monfortino is a monumental effort. A deep dark red, it opens with a huge nose of licorice, roses and cocoa, then flows onto the palate with masses of sweet, concentrated dark fruit that go on forever. Notes of mineral and leather gradually develop in the glass, adding further complexity as this great wine begins to reveal its expansive and profound personality. The 1998 is unusually open right now. As was the case with the 1997 at this stage, it should offer a brief drinking window over the next 6 months or so before shutting down for what is likely to be an extended period prior to awakening in the glorious prime of its life. (AG)" (10/2006)
Starting Bid: $1,330.00

Bid on this bottle of 1998 Domaine Dujac Echézeaux Grand Cru . Domaine Dujac was born in 1967 when Jacques Seysses bought the 11-acre Domaine Marcel Graillet in Morey-St-Denis, adding plots in some of Burgundy's most famous vineyards over the years, including less than a hectare of vines in the Echézeaux Grand Cru in 1969. Critic Clive Coates wrote of the 1998 Dujac Echézeaux after a tasting in 2009: "Medium-full colour. Just a little fresher-looking than the 1996. Richer and more vigorous on the nose, with a touch of mocha. Fresh. Profound. Fullish body. Very ripe. Lovely fruit. No austerity. Better than the 1996. Very long and harmonious. Fine plus. Now-2018 plus.
Starting Bid: $210.00

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