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Bid on this 3-half-bottle lot of 1989 d'Yquem, Sauternes (375ml) (98VN, 97RP, 97ST, 97WS). Vinous: "The 1989 Yquem is probably the best and most consistent of the triumvirate at the end of the decade. Two bottles tasted at 30 years of age give me no reason to alter that opinion. Limpid gold in color, slightly lighter than the 1988, it has a vivacious bouquet of gorgeous orange blossom, tinned apricot, quince jelly and wild heather, all delivered with impressive clarity. The palate is cohesive, pure and exquisitely balanced, sporting just the right amount of viscosity (less than the 1990). It bursts with tangerine, white peach, saffron and fresh fig, flecks of Seville orange marmalade appearing on the finish. This is Yquem flirting with its very best, and you never know – it could get even better with age. Tasted at Hide restaurant in London. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $615.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1993 Margaux, Margaux (90WS). Wine Spectator: "Big for the vintage, featuring loads of new oak to provide a smoky, toasty taste. Attractive currant, black cherry and rose petal character. Medium-bodied, exotic and ripe. Somewhat hard now, and you wish for a bit more concentration, but time should turn it into a lovely wine." (01/1996)
Starting Bid: $580.00

Bid on this 500 ml 6-bottle lot of 2010 Domaine La Monardière "Les 2 Monardes" Vacqueyras (500ml) (92WS). Wine Spectator: "This exhibits a forward, fleshy feel, with an almost-creamy edge to the plum, blackberry and cherry sauce notes. There's a lacing of charcoal to keep the finish honest, and a nice smoldering feel lends length. A loamy echo adds character. (JM)" (10/2012)
Starting Bid: $75.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 1995 La Mondotte, St. Emilion. La Mondotte occupies exceptional terroir on the St-Emilion plateau. The well-draining clay soils compel the vines to root very deep in search of water while the vineyard's exposure to the sun virtually guarantees Merlot will ripen fully. At 50+ years old, these vines are in full stride producing lush, opulent wines in a typical vintage. With the elevated heat and dry conditions of the 1995 vintage, the wine not only achieved optimum ripeness, it also took on a strong tannic foundation that has held up remarkably well over the past 25 years.
Starting Bid: $450.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2000 Langoa-Barton, St-Julien (96JS, 94WS, 91RP, 91W&S, 90ST, 90WE). James Suckling: "Decadent aromas of strawberry tart, earth, meat, spices, that gives way to flowers and currants. Full and very soft, with refined tannins with a very long finish. This is just starting to open up right now, a real beauty. Soft and delicious with a great future. This will be better in 5 years, but you can enjoy this now." (12/2010)

Bid on this bottle of 1989 La Mission Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan (100RP, 100VN, 97DC, 97JG, 96WS). Vinous: "The 1989 La Mission has improved over the last decade and is now equal to Haut-Brion; at its best, it may ultimately even surpass it. This note comes from a bottle compared directly with Haut-Brion, and it easily holds its own. The heavenly, live-wire bouquet displays more minerality and tension than the Haut-Brion, offering black olive and crushed stone – penetrating and thrilling. The palate is perfectly balanced with filigreed tannin, incredible intensity and perhaps just a little more backbone compared to the Haut-Brion. The freshness knocks you sideways, and the length and precision are faultless. This is easily one of the best La Mission Haut-Brion ever crafted and, in this instance, just a perfect bottle of wine. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $805.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1983 Latour, Pauillac (95JG, 94WS, 90JS, 90VN). John Gilman: "The 1983 Château Latour has never had a great reputation, and I probably had not tasted the wine since close to its release back in the mid-1980s. I was very surprised to see just how stunning the wine has turned out to be, given that Robert Parker only gave it 87 points back in the day. However, this particular magnum was absolutely stellar, offering up a deep, complex and classic nose of cassis, black cherries, dark gravelly soil tones, tobacco leaf, cedar and a topnote of cigar smoke. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with fine structure and grip, excellent gravelly undertow, still moderate tannins and a long, complex and perfectly balanced and classic Latour finish. This is a very, very underrated vintage of Latour." (09/2020)
Starting Bid: $600.00

Bid on this magnum of 1990 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (1.5L) (96RP, 96ST, 95DC, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1990 Lafite has turned out far better than my early assessment. While it still possesses some firmness, and performs like a late adolescent in terms of its evolution, it boasts gorgeous aromas of cedar, tobacco leaf, cassis, and lead pencil shavings. The explosive aromas are followed by a fleshy, full-bodied wine that should hit its peak in 5-8 years, and last for 25-30 more. (RP)" (06/2009)
Starting Bid: $1,250.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (96VN, 95RP, 95ST, 94JS, 92JG). Vinous: "The 1989 Lynch-Bages is one of Jean-Michel Cazes’s triumphs. At three decades, it shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. Blackberry and cedar soar from the glass just as they did from the bottle last year, and touches of graphite develop, all beautifully defined and focused. As I’ve proclaimed before, there is such energy and vigor here! The palate is medium-bodied with a fresh, minty opening. The cedar element is a little stronger than the previous bottles that I have tasted, yet there is still that symmetry and focus. This particular bottle shows a touch more development on the finish compared to others encountered over the years, with great structure and grip, notes of tobacco and just a hint of morels surfacing on the aftertaste. A remarkable Lynch-Bages that is at its peak. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $275.00

Bid on this bottle of 2013 Domaine Aurélien Verdet Vosne Romanée Vieilles Vignes (90WS). Wine Spectator: "Offers enticing smoke and spice aromas, with flavors of cherry, currant and earth holding focus as this builds to the finish. Balanced, lingering pleasantly. (BS)" (07/2016)
Starting Bid: $65.00

Bid on this bottle of 2006 Domaine Faiveley Mazis-Chambertin Grand Cru ((92-94BH), 91ST). Allen Meadows - Burghound: " *Don't Miss* A distinctly sauvage and somber dark berry fruit nose gives off notes of iron tinged warm earth, underbrush, crushed herbs and a hint of smoke followed by rich, full and moderately wooded full-bodied flavors that are notably powerful and supported by very firm tannins on the serious, long and backward finish. This too will require upward of two decades of cellar time so don't buy this if you're not prepared to be patient." (01/2008)
Starting Bid: $115.00

Bid on this bottle of 1990 Maison Leroy Bourgogne Rouge. Wine Spectator: "Chunky and earthy, with spice and berry flavors and a good concentration of fruit and tannins on the finish." (12/1992)
Starting Bid: $125.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2001 Pierre Usseglio "Cuvée de Mon Aïeul" Châteauneuf-du-Pape (99RP, 93ST, 93WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "More precise and focused than the more exuberant, sexy and rounded '00, the 2001 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee de Mon Aieul is borderline perfection (I seriously considered adding a point here) and a monumental Chateauneuf du Pape that is drinking at point. Kirsch, olive tapenade, roasted meats, tobacco and assorted mature Grenache characteristics give way to a full-bodied, massively endowed, concentrated, gorgeously layered wine that's just about as good as it gets. I kept coming back to this over the evening and it got better and better with air, so while fully mature, it's not going anywhere soon. (JD)" (09/2015)
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2015 Emmanuel Houillon & Pierre Overnoy Poulsard Arbois-Pupillin (94RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I really like the Overnoy/Houillon reds ten years after the vintage—when young, they sometimes feel shaky, closed and at times plain weird, as they change a lot and have their ups and downs. But I caught this wine on one of the "ups," and it felt surprisingly clean, with notes of forest floor and blood oranges. It's primary, tender and young, with freshness and an ethereal palate that incites you to keep drinking it. It's truly delicious, one of the best reds I've had from them, but I'm sure I'll like this more with some years in bottle. I later found the wine again while visiting the domaine, and I found that the wine had settled down quite a bit; or perhaps it was never very shaken, as it hadn't departed the winery. It had more focused aromas and a clearer note of the blood orange that provided even more freshness. (LG)" (12/2017)
Starting Bid: $580.00

Bid on this bottle of 2016 Domaine Louis Jadot Chapelle-Chambertin Grand Cru (97WE, 96JS, (92-95BH), 95RP, 94VN, 93DC, 93WS). Wine Enthusiast: "This wine comes from the northernmost of the Grand Crus in Gevrey-Chambertin. Immense red fruits are as immense as the tannins, both laced with intense, juicy acidity. The wine's richness will be enhanced as it ages. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2019)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2012 Nicolas Joly Clos de la Coulée de Serrant (Savennières) (90W&S). Wine & Spirits: "This wins the prize for the most complex Savennières we tasted for this issue, as well as the most confusing. It is, in fact, its own appellation, an ancient and legendary site with shallow schist and quartz soils, where the Joly family works to interpret biodynamics for the wellbeing of their vines and their wines, most of their plants rooted in the ground for 40 years, some for up to 80. The color is deep gold and the flavors echo that in golden raisin and golden apple, baked peach and, yes, the scent that threw this taster off, banana. Rather than fresh, it’s layered and deep, with turmeric, saffron and schist notes adding spice to the structure." (04/2017)
Starting Bid: $120.00

Bid on this 375 ml 2-bottle lot of 1988 d'Yquem, Sauternes (375ml) (99RP, 96VN, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Millionaires will have considerable fun comparing the evolution of the 1988 d'Yquem with the 1986. Both are super-rich, honeyed, botrytised wines. The 1988 exhibits a deeper color, as well as a more evolved, richer, and more complex bouquet. Aromas of melted butter, honeyed fruits, spicy nuts, and toasty new oak explode upward from the glass. The 1988 d'Yquem displays more richness and unctuosity than any young d'Yquem I have tasted. It should have 40-60 years of positive evolution, although one suspects that much of the production will be consumed within the next 4-5 years. If my instincts are correct, this is the most profound d'Yquem since the legendary 1959. It may not prove as timeless as the 1975, but I believe it to be even more concentrated. (RP)" (08/1993)
Starting Bid: $390.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2003 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (95RP, 93JS, 93VN, 93WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular 2003 Pontet Canet is still incredibly young and vigorous. This full-bodied classic boasts a dense purple color as well as a superb nose of graphite, creme de cassis, forest floor, licorice and a hint of truffles, low acidity, and extravagant richness. Most of the tannins have been resolved in this superstar of the vintage. It should continue to drink well for 10-15+ years. (RP) 95+" (08/2014)
Starting Bid: $345.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 2009 Domaine de la Janasse "Chaupin" Châteauneuf-du-Pape (97JD, 96RP, 94ST, 94WS) and 1-bottle of 2011 Domaine de la Janasse "Vieilles Vignes" Châteauneuf-du-Pape (96RP, 94VN, 93WS). Of the 2009 Domaine de la Janasse "Chaupin" Châteauneuf-du-Pape,Jeb Dunnuck writes: "Showing spectacularly well and a brilliant vintage for this cuvée, the 2009 Domaine de la Janasse Châteauneuf-du-Pape Cuvée Chaupin is a textbook Grenache that has an almost cool climate feel in its fresh, delineated aromas of black cherry, raspberry, licorice, mineral, and freshly snipped flowers. While a small portion of the blend is aged in new demi-muids (30% and in ¼ new barrique), you would not know it by tasting it as the wine presents a beautifully pure, classic profile on both the nose and palate. Full-bodied and concentrated, yet still remarkably fresh and detailed, with not even a hint of being over the top. . ." (06/2012)

Bid on this bottle of 2015 Domaine Louis Jadot Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru "Clos St-Jacques" (96JS, (93-96VN), 96WS, (92-95BH), 95DC, (93-95RP)). Vinous: "(totally destemmed): Palish medium red. More subdued on the nose than the Estournelles Saint-Jacques but still with exhilarating blood orange lift to the raspberry aroma. Highly concentrated, silky, extremely youthful wine, combining outstanding breadth and inner-mouth perfume and lift. Its very intense, sharply delineated flavors of dark raspberry and crushed stone are given added punch and lift by urgent minerality. This compellingly horizontal, sappy wine finishes with utterly suave tannins and outstanding length, piquing the taste buds on the back end. Premier cru Burgundy does not get much better than this." (01/2017)

Bid on this bottle of 1997 Michel Bonnefond (Roumier) Ruchottes-Chambertin Grand Cru (92RP, 90VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The dark colored 1997 Ruchottes-Chambertin is, as Roumier describes it, a "passionate" wine. Spicy red cherries, dense layers of currants, and hints of oak can be discerned in its profound aromatics. It is a sensual, satin-textured, feminine, deep, and marvelously structured, medium to full-bodied offering. Stony black fruits and red cherries can be found throughout its seductive personality and persistent, harmonious finish. (PR)" (10/1999)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 2000 Lagrange, St-Julien (94JG, 93JS, 93RP, 93WS, 92VN). John Gilman: "I very much like the cool fruit tones of the 2000 on both the nose and palate. The bouquet is a fine, reserved blend of cassis, bell pepper, espresso, black cherries, a bit of youthful horsiness, an impressive base of soil tones, tobacco leaf and a very vague impression of new oak buried somewhere in the aromatic depths of the wine. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, deep and very young, with a rock solid structure, ripe tannins, good acids and excellent focus and grip on the very long, palate-staining and chewy finish. While the 2005’s great tangy acids will carry the wine far into the future, the 2000 vintage gets my vote for the potentially longest-lived wine that this property has yet produced since the changeover in 1983. Most promising." (05/2008)
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2018 Domaine Gerard Raphet Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes ((89-92BH)). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Here too very generous oak treatment fights somewhat with the slightly fresher aromas of various dark berries, spice, game and a floral top note. There is excellent volume and mid-palate density to the slightly more energetic big-bodied flavors that also coat the mouth with sap on the long if mildly warm finish." (01/2020)
Starting Bid: $390.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1986 Domaine Armand Rousseau Clos de la Roche Grand Cru. While it doesn't hold the sway in the imaginations of wine aficionados of Chambertin, La Tâche, or Romanée-Conti, Clos de la Roche is one of the hidden gems of the Côte de Nuits grands crus. Sitting in the shadows of its sister crus Clos de Tart and Clos St-Denis, it boasts outsized quality on a regular basis, finding otherworldly expression in the hands of producers such as Ponsot, Pousse d'Or, Dujac, and yes, Armand Rousseau. The wines are historically known for their robust, structured delivery and combination of vibrant red cherry fruits and thrilling savory truffle notes.
Starting Bid: $3,040.00

Bid on this bottle of 2009 Pavillon Rouge, Margaux (95JS, 93DC, 93RP, 93VN, 91WS). James Suckling: "Very ripe for a second wine this is now delicious thanks to the rich blackberry and cassis fruit, full supple tannins and long finish that's simultaneously dry and creamy. Where is that porterhouse steak? " (02/2019)
Starting Bid: $120.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 1989 Olivier Rouge, Pessac Leognan. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Olivier's 1989 is one of the best efforts in some time from this perennial underachiever. The bouquet is dominated by gobs of spicy, new oak, and a sweet, almost Beaujolais-like, red fruit character. In the mouth, it is medium-bodied, light, and soft. (RP)" (02/1993)
Starting Bid: $270.00

Bid on this magnum of 2017 Chimère Châteauneuf-du-Pape (1.5L) (OWC - 95JD) in original wood. Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2017 Chimère reminds me a little of the 2011 with its more elegant yet still powerful style. Beautiful notes of black cherries, blueberries, cured meats, pepper, tree bark, and new leather all emerge from the glass, followed by a rich, medium to full-bodied, tight, backward and unevolved Mourvèdre that needs forgotten for 4-5 years. As always, this cuvée is primarily Mourvèdre (it’s normally blended with Grenache and other varieties, even some white varieties) and there are a scant 100 cases made." (06/2020)
Starting Bid: $650.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2007 Emmanuel Houillon & Pierre Overnoy Poulsard Arbois-Pupillin Rouge. From the importer: "This domaine, situated in the center of the village of Pupillin, in the heart of the Arbois appellation, is three generations old. . . The vineyards, situated entirely within the confines of Pupillin, are on rather severe slopes within the area known as “La Bidode”. All farming aspects are handled organically and that has been the case since the establishment of the domaine many decades ago. The vineyards are planted to a mix of the classic varieties of the Jura: two hectares of Ploussard, one hectare of Trousseau, one hectare of Savagnin and one and one-half hectares of Chardonnay. All harvesting is done by hand. The vinification and elevage of the wines is profoundly traditional giving the wines the pronounced and unique expression of the terroir of the Jura."
Starting Bid: $780.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2018 Domaine Guy Robin et Fils Chablis Grand Cru "Valmur" Vieilles Vignes (94JD). Jeb Dunnuck: "Ripe apple, tangerine, white flowers, and spicy notes as well as beautiful minerality emerge from the 2018 Chablis Grand Cru Valmur. Offering medium-bodied richness, fabulous balance, and a great finish, this is unquestionably an outstanding bottle of wine that should evolve for 10-12 years or more." (11/2020)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2007 Clos Triguedina "Probus" Grand Vin de Cahors (93WE). Wine Enthusiast: "Despite the age, the color of this wine is still impressively vibrant and the ripe fruit and dense structure both speak of a wine that is still developing even nine years later. Such is longevity of a great Malbec. Blackberry fruit flavors charge through this wine that's reached the point of balance with the tannins. Drink now, although the wine will still be developing in 2018. (RV)" (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (94JG, 94WS). Wine Spectator: "Fresh and complex, generous in character, with lovely dried cherry and spice aromas that follow through on the palate. Full-bodied, with concentrated fruit and firm tannins, this has a long life ahead. (JS)" (11/1997)
Starting Bid: $135.00

Bid on this magnum of 1995 Perrier-Jouët "Fleur de Champagne Belle Epoque" Champagne (1.5L) (93WE). Wine Enthusiast: "Soft and round, with more exotic fruit characters. This is ripe, the acidity well integrated. Citrus and toast mix with ripe apricot and pineapple. It exudes the more seductive side of this famous brand, now mature, but still very much alive. (RV)" (12/2011)
Price: $225.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2016 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (97JS, 97RP, 97VN, 97WS, 96DC, 95JD, 95WE). Vinous: "The 2016 Lynch Bages has a wonderfully perfumed bouquet of intense black fruit laced with pencil lead, cigar box and incense aromas that soar from the glass, all displaying impressive delineation. The taut, focused palate is very well defined, with a fine line of acidity and great depth and concentration on the sophisticated, mineral-driven finish. Bon vin! (NM)" (08/2020)

Bid on this 12-bottle tasting lot; including 4-bottles of 2015 Françoise Blanchard "Le Grand-Clere" Touraine and 8-bottles of 2016 Françoise Blanchard "Le Grand-Clere" Touraine. Of the 2015 Françoise Blanchard "Le Grand-Clere" Touraine,François is a former jazz musician who laid down his instruments to pick up the pruning sheers on his family's rundown estate. And literally, that is all he has done: This musician-turned-eccentric-winemaker has converted the estate over to Biodynamics and patched up a few holes here and there, but his focus lies solely on crafting wines and nurturing the fruit trees. The labels are fun, even some of the bottles formats are unusual, and quantities are limited.
Starting Bid: $140.00

Bid on this bottle of 1995 Langoa Barton, St-Julien (92WS). Wine Spectator: "Aromas of violet, blackberry and cherry. Full-bodied, with silky tannins and a long, rich finish. Pretty and rich and just coming around. This is excellent quality and value. (JS, Web—2007)"
Starting Bid: $45.00

Bid on this magnum of 1999 Les Forts de Latour, Pauillac 1.5L (90RP, 90ST, 90VN). Vinous: "The 1999 Les Forts de Latour was cropped at 38hl/ha. It is noticeably deep in color with just faint signs of bricking on the rim. It offers an impressive array of aromas: raspberry preserve, wild strawberry, cedar and light tobacco scents, probably more intense than I would anticipate after 20 years. The palate is medium-bodied with a fresh, quite tensile opening. There is a little more sharpness here compared to the 1989 Les Fort de Latour, and slightly higher acidity (at a surprising pH of 3.73). The compact but lively finish reveals hints of charcoal and tobacco. This is aging very gracefully – quite punchy compared to the 1989 yet thoroughly enjoyable. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this 3 liter 2-bottle lot of 2016 Tour Saint Christophe, St-Emilion (3L) (96JS, 94JD, 94RP, 93VN). James Suckling: "This has a rich and ripe dark-fruit nose with a wealth of stony attraction and a lighter, floral edge. The palate has a very rich core of deeply ripe, fleshy fruit, framed in cedary oak. Really impressive clarity and web-like tannins. Superb finish. " (01/2019)
Price: $250.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2004 Palmer, Margaux (95RP, 93DC, 93WE, 92ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is a stunning Palmer considering the growing season and for this writer, on par with Chateau Margaux. It has a deep garnet/purple hue. The nose is divine: pure black fruits, bilberry, cedar and a touch of iodine all with fabulous definition. The palate is full-bodied with very fine tannins, modern in style but exuding pedigree and class. Very refined on the finish with just a slight peppery edge. Love this wine, love it! (NM)" (03/2009)
Starting Bid: $370.00

Bid on this bottle of 2018 Domaine Vincent Dauvissat Chablis 1er Cru "La Forest" ((93-95VN), (93-94JS), 93BH, 93JD, 93JG, 93RP, 90WS). Vinous: "The 2018 Chablis La Forest 1er Cru is a big step up in all dimensions from the preceding 1ers in the cellar. Powerful, rich and also intensely mineral, the Forest is so vivid and so inviting. All the signatures of this site as interpreted by Vincent Dauvissat are ampled up in large-scaled Chablis endowed with tremendous personality and class. In a word: superb. (AG)" (01/2020)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1994 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac ((90-92ST), 91RP). Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Excellent deep color. Pungent oak, talc, and black raspberry on the nose, with a suggestion of superripeness. Lush and sweet; not a blockbuster but quite suave. But compared to the even riper '95 this shows a faint green quality. (ST)" (05/1996)
Starting Bid: $210.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage (100DC, 96RP, 95JD, 94JG, 94VN). Decanter: "1990 is rightly touted as one of the greatest Rhône vintages, but it overshadows the excellent preceding year. Chave's 1989 is masterful. Still with a little blackcurrant and raspberry fruit, this has spicy, savoury faces and a gruff, grunty element. It's still full in body but the tannins are fading now, whereas fresh acidity remains, and it's sinewy in texture, reminiscent of an old man's musculature. It's rounded and fruity on the palate, with plenty of nutmeg, cinnamon, burning fireworks and woodsmoke, joined by a little truffle and cheese rind with some air. It's saline on the finish, showing spectacular length still with some sweet raspberry and kirsch. Highly complex and utterly authentic: unmistakable terroir. (MW)" (06/2019)
Starting Bid: $600.00

Bid on this bottle of 1959 Cheval Blanc, St-Emilion (98VN, 95ST, 92JD, 92RP). Vinous: "The 1959 Cheval Blanc was a bottle that had been acquired directly from the château and boy, did that provenance show on this spectacular Saint Émilion. It seemed to glisten in the glass and showed little ageing on the rim. The nose is explosive with beguiling pure black cherries, wild strawberry, sage, crushed violets and just a touch of glycerine. The delineation, the detail here is exemplary. The palate is an intoxicating mixture of succulent lush red fruit that disguise the backbone underneath. This is such a vivid and vivacious Saint Émilion one that to me feels more Merlot-driven than Cabernet Franc. It gather momentum in the glass and finishes with layers of red fruit tinged with clove and bay leaf. Without question this is the finest bottle of 1959 Cheval Blanc that I have tasted – a simply magnificent wine. (NM)" (02/2018)
Starting Bid: $830.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2001 Branaire-Ducru, St-Julien (95WE, 91RP, 91ST, 90WS). Wine Enthusiast: "**Editors' Choice** This is a marvelously complete wine, with its impressive ripe fruit, shining through the open structure. It is firm, but not too much. Stone black fruits are just perfectly ripe. There is just a core of dryness to compliment the rest of the wine." (12/2007)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 1995 Paul Jaboulet Aîné "La Chapelle" Hermitage (91WS, 90RP). Wine Spectator: "From a low-yield, hot-summer vintage, this full-bodied Syrah is still very young and tough, with a plummy, ripe character, chalk, mineral and leather notes and excellent concentration. The tannins are beginning to integrate nicely, but it's still hard. Needs time. (PM)" (12/1999)
Starting Bid: $110.00

Bid on this 6 liter 1-bottle lot of 1999 Paul Jaboulet Aîné "La Chapelle" Hermitage (6L) (OWC - 93ST) in original wood. Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Medium-deep red-ruby. Roasted, tarry red fruits, animal fur and chocolate on the nose; as vibrant and vinous as a barrel sample. Extremely lush and concentrated, and already highly aromatic in the mouth, with notes of red and black fruits, roasted nuts, spices, chocolate and tobacco. Beautifully integrated acidity. Finishes very long, with substantial, very fine tannins. A superb vintage for this top Hermitage bottling. 93+ (ST)" (01/2002)
Starting Bid: $630.00

Bid on this bottle of 2006 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (95DC, 94RP, 94ST, 93JS, 92WE). Decanter: "Tight and unyielding at the moment, but with great pedigree, great texture and definition, this has lots of life to come. Poised and impactful, with juicy and mouthwatering fruit. Punches far above the weight of the vintage, one of those get-a-straw-in-the-glass wines: among the best of the tasting. Here tension rises, and your mouth waters on the finish. This is delicate but punchy, with perfect balance. (JA)" (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 3 liter 1-bottle lot of 1995 Perrier-Jouet "Belle Epoque" Champagne (3L). Wine Spectator: "A firm, vigorous '95, dry and stingy with its berry, honey and citrus notes, but overall a tasty drink. A delicate, bracing Champagne. (BS)" (11/2002)
Starting Bid: $450.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2004 Langoa-Barton, St-Julien (91WS, 90RP, 90WE). Wine Spectator: "Very pretty and perfumed, with plum, vanilla and chocolate aromas. Full-bodied, with silky tannins and a long, caressing finish. Best after 2011." (03/2007)
Starting Bid: $105.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2018 Domaine Gerard Raphet Clos-Vougeot Grand Cru (92BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Enough wood to merit mentioning frames the earthy mix of mostly dark berry fruit and plum aromas that reflect a top note of herbal tea. There is both good volume and richness to the delicious, suave and seductive medium weight flavors that are shaped by moderately firm and somewhat rustic tannins on the serious and sneaky long finish." (01/2021)
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this magnum of 2018 Chimère Châteauneuf-du-Pape (1.5L) in original wood. Chimère is made in partnership between Clos Saint-Jean’s Maurel brothers (Vincent and Pascal), oenologist Philippe Cambie and Sine Qua Non's Manfred Krankl.
Starting Bid: $700.00

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