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Bid on this 3-half-bottle lot of 1989 d'Yquem, Sauternes (375ml) (100DC, 98VN, 97RP, 97ST, 97WS). Decanter: This took home the audience award at the 67 Pall Mall tasting that I was hosting, with good reason. What a brilliant example of why Sauternes should be left to gather nuance and to shed its more exuberant, fattier early years before opening. This is just a masterclass in the layers and complexity that you find in fully mature Yquem; saffron, truffle, pineapple, quince, lime, apricots and lemon. Hugely persistent with a squeeze of scraping slate acidity through the final few minutes that gives a dry but mouthwatering finish. It is clearly in its tertiary phase in terms of the type of aromatics, and the beautiful amber, rose-gold colour, but there is no sense that it is beginning to run out of steam. (JA) (01/2021)
Starting Bid: $615.00

Bid on this bottle of 1983 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (93JS, 93RP, 92ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted single blind at the Fine Wine Experience horizontal in London. A deep garnet core with a thin tawny rim. The nose is a little lean compared to some of the other wines, slightly tinny but coalesces returning to the glass after twenty minutes, building some gorgeous tobacco and graphite scents with hints of cooked meat. The palate is high-toned on the entry, a little tarry with a smooth, almost creamy texture. (NM)" (10/2008)
Starting Bid: $330.00

Bid on this 3-half-bottle lot of 2001 Rieussec, Sauternes (375ml) (100JS, 100WS, 95ST). James Suckling: This is a crazy wine! It’s sweet, but not sugary. Mushrooms, furniture wax, spices then dried oranges, lemons, pineapples, and just a hint of vanilla. Full-bodied, with great density and power, yet balanced and refined. (05/2012)
Starting Bid: $315.00

Bid on this 3-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 2005 Malescot-St-Exupéry, Margaux (97WS, 96RP, 93ST) and 2-bottles of 2009 Malescot-St-Exupéry, Margaux (98JS, 96RP, 94DC, 94WS). Of the 2009 Malescot-St-Exupéry, Margaux, James Suckling writes: "A wine with intense spice and berry character, with hints of sweet tobacco. It changes all the time from flowers to fruit and wet earth. Full-bodied, with super fine tannins and ripe fruit. It's long and juicy with lovely fruit. Super long and beautiful, with fine tannins that last for minutes. Tight now, but juicy and gorgeous. Best ever from here." (02/2012)

Bid on this bottle of 1985 Ducru-Beaucaillou, St-Julien (92RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A wine of extraordinary charm and elegance, the dark garnet-colored 1985 Ducru-Beaucaillou has a floral, cedary nose intermixed with red and black currants as well as flowers. The wine is fully mature and soft, with beautiful concentration and purity. It is not a blockbuster, and certainly not nearly as powerful and massive as the 1986, but it is certainly much more seductive. (RP)" (01/2003)
Starting Bid: $130.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Ducru-Beaucaillou, St-Julien (100JD, 98DC, 98RP, 97VN, 95JS). Jeb Dunnuck: "Probably one of my most consistent 100 pointers, I've been lucky enough to taste through close to a case of this beauty and it's never failed to just utterly blow me away. Still purple-hued with maybe just a hint of lightening around the edges, the 2009 Château Ducru-Beaucaillou offers an incredible bouquet of black currants, white truffle, cassis, lead pencil shavings, tobacco, and a hint of flowers. A good portion of its baby fat has melted away, and it's full-bodied and elegant on the palate, with silky tannins, incredible depth of fruit, and a gorgeous finish. This is pure elegance and finesse paired with richness and texture. A quintessential Bordeaux, drink bottles any time over the coming 40-50 years. It actually reminds me of the 1982, only better!" (11/2020)
Starting Bid: $460.00

Bid on this bottle of 1985 Margaux, Margaux (95DC). Decanter: "On this tasting, Margaux 1985 is holding up the best of the Firsts, with the seductive opulence and caressing fruits that have been a marker of this wine for much of its life, now with tertiary notes of saffron and salted caramel. A satin texture to the still very present tannins, with the whole thing given lift by gentle notes of iris flowers and crushed mint leaf on the finish. (JA)" (01/2021)
Starting Bid: $325.00

Bid on this bottle of 1958 Petrus, Pomerol. Petrus is one of the undisputed greatest wines of the world, and one that ages for decades. This well-priced library bottle from a fickle vintage provides a rare taste of mature Petrus, and a great idea for a birthday or anniversary bottle.
Starting Bid: $1,520.00

Bid on this bottle of 1959 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (100DC, 100JG, 99JD, 99RP, 99VN, 98WS, 97ST). Decanter: "I have tasted this wine several times over the past few years, and each bottle has blown me away. Now almost 60 years old, it still has a deep, rich colour that has barely budged since my last visit. Perfectly balanced, it barely tastes older than the 1982 and displays the cedar signature of Lafite coupled with truffles, graphite and still-rich cassis and bilberry fruits. There's something more besides, that's hard to pinpoint but elevates the whole experience - maybe it's the mouthwatering persistency and the dancing minerality. 1959 saw a warm and sunny start to the season, with cold nights (particularly in April) followed by a very hot July and sunny but cooler August. It was a perfect harvest, with the grapes brought in under heat. T (JA)" (05/2018)

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2001 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Pessac-Léognan (92W&S, 91JS, 90RP, 90WS). Wine & Spirits: "No tasting note given." (12/2004)
Starting Bid: $370.00

Bid on this bottle of 1966 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Graves (94JG, 92RP). John Gilman: "The 1966 vintage of DDC is not quite as well known as the 1964, but this too is an outstanding wine that remains at its absolute apogee of peak drinkability and offers up superb complexity on both the nose and perfectly resolved palate. The bouquet jumps from the glass in a vibrant blend of black cherries, cassis, cigar ash, walnuts, charred earth and a topnote of cigar smoke. On the palate the wine is full-bodied, pure and energetic, with a fine core of fruit, lovely transparency and grip, suave, fading tannins, still good acids and a long, poised and very complex finish. This is really almost as fine as the far better-known 1964!" (09/2020)
Starting Bid: $118.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2010 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (100DC, 100JS, 99WS, 98RP, 98VN, 98WE). James Suckling: "Clearly a perfect wine that shows incredible depth of fruit with currants, dark chocolate, minerals and licorice. Full-bodied, tight and wound up with ripe tannins that let go and seduce you. Makes me want to drink it now. But this is a wine for the long term. Extraordinary. " (11/2015)

Bid on this bottle of 1979 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien.
Starting Bid: $110.88

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1985 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (93RP, 93VN). Vinous: "The 1985 Cos d’Estournel is another vintage that I have not encountered for a number of years. It is mature with wide bricking on the rim. The nose is not profound or intellectual, but it is engaging and involving with scents of warm gravel, terracotta-like scents that marry perfectly with the melted red fruit. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, crisp acidity and slightly grainy in texture. Savory in the mouth with hints of cooked meat, sage and black pepper towards the finish. This is just a Saint Estèphe that I want to drink and drink more of. This bottle constitutes the best example of the 1985 that I have encountered. Tasted at the Cos d’Estournel vertical at the property. (NM)" (10/2018)
Starting Bid: $435.00

Bid on this bottle of 2014 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (98JS, 97WE, 96VN, 95DC, 95JD, 94RP, 94WS). James Suckling: "If you want to know what St.-Estèphe smells like, this is it. Aromas of spices, black truffles, forest floor, dried strawberries and tar. It’s full-bodied yet pinpointed on the palate with fabulous density and richness. It’s opulent but in a reserved and checked way. This needs at least five or six years to come around, but it’s already fantastic. What harmony and structure. Try in 2022 if you can keep your hands off it!" (02/2017)

Bid on this bottle of 1988 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (92JG). John Gilman: "1988 is a vintage of good, but hardly remarkable ripeness, and in the context of all the other stellar vintages in this decade in Bordeaux, it stands out a bit stylistically. However, at least with the Pichon-Lalande, the 1988 is hardly a weak link and the wine is outstanding in its very classical styling and proportions. The bouquet offers up a lovely, cool fruit blend of cassis, dark berries, menthol, tobacco leaf, gravel, cigar smoke and a judicious foundation of toasty new oak. On the palate the wine is fullish, pure and impeccably balanced, with a good solid core, melting tannins and fine focus and grip on the long, complex and very classy finish. " (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $161.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Haut-Brion, Graves (Pessac-Léognan) (93JG, 92RP, 90WS). John Gilman: "The 1970 vintage of Haut-Brion is an interesting wine, as in the 1980s and early 1990s, this wine was quite red fruity and seemingly a bit high-toned to be ranked amongst the top vintages of this fine First Growth. But time has worked its magic, and in the new century it became more classically black fruity in profile and seemingly put on a bit more weight in the mid-palate, to eventually offer up a quite classic bouquet of cassis, black cherries, brick dust, cigar smoke and a fine base of gravelly soil tones. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and quite elegant in profile (channeling both the style of the vintage and the property), with a good core, melted tannins and a long, silky and complex finish. Fine juice." (09/2020)
Starting Bid: $580.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1989 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (98JS, 97DC, 96WS, 95JG, 93RP, 93VN) and 1-bottle of 1990 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (94DC, 94ST). Of the 1989 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac, James Suckling writes: "Freshly picked blackberries turn into minty dark chocolate and oozing caramel with domineering eucalyptus on the nose. It becomes yet more complex on the palate thanks to layers upon layers of spices and sage plus fat and rounded tannins. There's a long finish with a bitter aftertaste, suggesting this could do with another 10 years or more of bottle aging. This is a Mouton I found massive at the time, then elegant and slightly austere years later, but today true to its former glory. Like the amazing 1947, it should not be forgotten." (06/2016)

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Trotanoy, Pomerol (96RP, 94JG). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One immediately discerns a deep garnet core, while the first sniff is like hearing the thundering of horses in the distance, presaging a spellbinding bouquet of iodine, macerated dark cherries, a hint of eucalyptus and with time, Japanese green tea (the traditional, 'stand your spoon it type'). The palate is full-bodied with a velvety smooth texture, powerful and, I think, with more substance than the impressive 1971. The 1970 Trotanoy has broader shoulders, perhaps not quite the same level of elegance but an enormous length on the opulent, almost marmalade-like finish. There is a faint tang of black olives lingering on the aftertaste. This is a stunning Trotanoy…with still some way to go. (NM)" (06/2017)
Starting Bid: $410.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2005 Léoville-Barton, St-Julien (97WE, 96JS, 96VN, 96WS, 94ST, 92RP). Wine Enthusiast: "Power and elegance merge effortlessly in this superb wine. Its pure black currant fruit is tightly coiled, supported by just the right amount of firm tannins. Great aging potential. A triumph. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2008)

Bid on this bottle of 1975 Latour à Pomerol, Pomerol (93JG). John Gilman: "1975 is one of my favorite Pomerol vintages and the Latour à Pomerol is really just starting to drink well from magnum. The bouquet jumps from the glass in an old school blend of black plums, black cherries roasted gamebird, a touch of menthol, cigar ash, black truffles, gravelly soil tones, saddle leather and a topnote of smokiness. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and rock solid at the core, with still a touch of backend tannin perking up the finish, lovely focus and grip and a long, broad-shouldered and complex finish. An excellent wine that should continue to improve as it evolves with further bottle age. (Drink between 2015-2040) 93+" (10/2016)
Starting Bid: $625.00

Bid on this bottle of 1986 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (100DC, 100JD, 100JS, 100RP, 99VN, 99WS, 98ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1986 Mouton-Rothschild is a blend of 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot that was picked from 2 October until 16 October. Winemaker Philippe Dhalluin, who was not working at the property back then, told me that the pH was fairly low at 3.54 when it is usually around 3.75, due to the natural tartaric acid in the vines. It has a powerful and intense bouquet as always: exemplary graphite and cedar scents, a touch of black pepper and incense. It seems to unfurl in the glass, like a motor revving its engine. (NM)" (12/2016)

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2000 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Pessac-Leognan. 92 points from the Wine Spectator... ‘Subtle and already delicious. This is a lovely DC. Loads of chocolate and berry character in this young red. Full-bodied, with soft tannins and a medium-long finish. Best after 2007. (Jan-2003)’ Our notes - Oaky, black fruit aromas. Lots of toasty, vanilla oak and black fruit flavors. Excellent length on the palate. NOTE - This is a pre-arrival (futures) item. The 2000 Bordeaux futures will begin arriving around Spring 2003, and some may be delayed beyond then. When the wine arrives we will contact you for shipping instructions.
Starting Bid: $421.00

Bid on this bottle of 1975 d'Yquem, Sauternes (99RP, 96DC). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep gold in color, the 1975 d'Yquem gives up initial notes of cashew butter, manuka honey, dried apricots, musk perfume and fallen leaves over a core of spice cake, applesauce, fungi and lemongrass. The palate is laden with bright, vibrant stone fruit and preserved citrus fruit flavors, laced with honey-nut accents and finishing provocatively earthy. While intense and hedonically satisfying, this beguiling vintage has so many nuances emerging as it unfurls, it stops you in your tracks. Make sure it is the very last wine of the evening, because once you taste this, everything else will pale into insignificance. Although this wine is currently well within its ideal drinking window, there's certainly no rush to drink well-preserved bottles. (LPB)" (08/2019)
Starting Bid: $465.00

Bid on this 8-bottle lot of 2003 Meyney, St-Estèphe (93JS, 91WS). James Suckling: "This is pure and focused with blackberries, plums, and currants on the nose, with hints of dried spices on the nose. Full and very precise, with chewy tannins and a powerful finish, Tight and rich, with lots of fruit. Give this a rest until 2013, then pull the cork. " (03/2011)
Starting Bid: $280.00

Bid on this bottle of 1966 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (94VN). Vinous: "The 1966 Lafite-Rothschild is a wine that I have tasted twice before and it remains one of my favorite vintages from the period, even though as the Four Seasons First Growth dinner illustrated, not every bottle hits the spot. This bottle in Hong Kong ranks amongst the best that I have ever encountered. I notice quite wide bricking on the rim but it is clear in color. The bouquet is gentle, clean and pure, almost Burgundy-like in style: a divine perfume that might lack the horsepower of the 1966 Latour, yet is classically styled and disarmingly detailed. (NM)" (07/2018)
Starting Bid: $495.00

Bid on this bottle of 2000 Latour, Pauillac (100JS, 99VN, 99WS, 98RP, 98WE, 97ST). James Suckling: "Latour has made truly great wines in the past two decades—and this is one of the best. It has fabulous aromas of black truffles, currants, raspberry and dried flowers. Mind-blowing on the palate, it’s an emotional and soulful red." (04/2014)

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2016 Léoville-Barton, St-Julien (OWC - 97JS, 97WS, 96JD, 96VN, 96WE, 95RP, 94DC) in original wood. James Suckling: "Terrific intensity of dark berries, almost peppery blackcurrants and violets with attractive and integrated, spicy oak and an earthy edge. The palate has a super powerful and long, linear core with plenty of fruit flesh strapped in tight for a long and thrilling ride into the finish." (02/2019)

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2000 Lanessan, Haut-Médoc. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A delicious, complex effort, the fully mature 2000 Lanessan offers notes of cedarwood, plums, loamy soil, and damp earth, medium to full body, plenty of spice, and a classic Bordeaux personality. (RP)" (06/2010)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 2000 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (97RP, 97WE, 96DC, 95ST, 95W&S). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colored with a touch of brick, the 2000 Mouton Rothschild (composed of 86% Cabernet Sauvignon and 14% Merlot) boldly bursts from the glass with tantalizing Black Forest cake, dried mulberries, kirsch and blackcurrant pastilles notes plus wafts of iodine, incense, potpourri and cinnamon stick with a hint of cigar boxes. Medium to full-bodied, the palate packs in the muscular fruit, framed by firm, ripe, grainy tannins and seamless freshness, finishing with phenomenal length. This is an incredibly complex and multifaceted wine, and it's drinking deliciously now. This said, I can’t help but feel that it is holding something back, that it still has another layer of opulence and seduction to reveal in its tight-knit fruit and solid structure. I personally can’t wait to see how this beauty will continue to unfold over the years to come. (LPB) 97+" (10/2019)
Starting Bid: $1,350.00

Bid on this magnum of 1985 Léoville-Las Cases, St. Julien (1.5L) (98WS, 94RP). Wine Spectator: "A fabulous wine; one of the first great Las Cases. Full-bodied and rich, with the tannins extremely well integrated into an impressive background of fruit. Give it time.--Cabernet Challenge. " (09/1996)
Starting Bid: $450.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2010 Léoville-Poyferré, St-Julien (99JD, 98RP, 98WE, 97DC, 97VN, 95JS, 94ST, 93WS). Jeb Dunnuck: "Another massive, incredible release from this estate is the 2010 Léoville Poyferré. Based on 56% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot and the balance Petit Verdot, its inky purple color is followed by a massive, full-bodied, incredibly concentrated 2010 that has awesome notes of pure crème de cassis, licorice, graphite, and spring flowers. As with the 2009, it has incredible depth of fruit, yet a slightly more focused, classic style, which is very much in the style of the 2010 vintage." (02/2018)

Bid on this 4-half-bottle lot of 2001 Suduiraut, Sauternes (375ml) (98WS, 95DC, 95ST, 94RP, 94VN, 93JS, 93W&S). Wine Spectator: Gorgeous aromas of honey, passion fruit, mango and candied lemon rind. Full-bodied and ultraconcentrated, yet balanced and refined. It lasts for minutes on the palate. This has just about everything in the right place. Stunning. *#9, Top 100 Wines of 2004, Collectibles* (JS) (09/2004)

Bid on this bottle of 1986 Gruaud-Larose, St-Julien (97DC, 96RP, 95VN). Decanter: "Both vintages of Gruaud-Larose absolutely stand out in this lineup, and I recommend them both for thoroughly enjoyable drinking today. This was pretty monolithic when young and evolved very slowly. It's still showing tons of black fruits with tobacco, coffee and truffle. Chewy tannins are still evident, with everything clearly signposting a great vintage from legendary winemaker Georges Pauli. 3% Petit Verdot completes the blend. (JA)" (05/2019)
Starting Bid: $230.00

Bid on this bottle of 1898 Brane Cantenac, Margaux. The Wine Cellar Insider provides the following history of this longstanding estate: "What we know of today as Chateau Brane Cantenac started out in the early 17th century. At the time, the small estate was known as Domaine Guilhem Hosten. Even in those days, wine was produced from the property. The vineyards and estate were developed by the owner in the late 1700s, the Gorce family.In fact, even back then, their wine was so highly regarded, it was one of the more expensive wines in all of Bordeaux selling for almost as much money as Brane Mouton. This is interesting because of who went on to buy the vineyard in the 1800s.The Baron of Brane, also known as 'Napoleon of the Vineyards, ' purchased the chateau in 1833. "
Starting Bid: $750.00

Bid on this bottle of 1990 Latour, Pauillac (100WS, 98VN, 96JG, 94DC). Wine Spectator: "This is one of my favorite wines ever. Full-bodied, with layers of silky fruit and masses of currant, mineral and berry character. Amazing. It's a wine with perfect structure, perfect strength. It's 1961 Latour in modern clothes. It's hard not to drink it now. (JS)" (02/2005)
Starting Bid: $750.00

Bid on this bottle of 1963 Ducru-Beaucaillou, St-Julien. Château Ducru-Beaucaillou is a property in the Saint-Julien appellation of the Médoc, rated a second growth in the 1855 Bordeaux Classification. It is often described as the quintessential Saint-Julien – deeply colored and powerfully ripe, yet balanced and harmonious. The grand vin usually needs 10 years of aging and can last for decades.
Starting Bid: $160.00

Bid on this bottle of 1978 Pavie, St-Émilion. Vinous: "The 1978 Pavie, which obviously predates Gérard Perse by almost two decades, was a pleasant surprise. Blackberry, cedar and a touch of leather on the Left Bank style nose, it deserves light applause for the vigor. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin. It is not a complex Saint-Émilion with slightly dusty black fruit, but I discerned no vegetal notes here and it displays admirable length. (NM)" (05/2018)
Starting Bid: $175.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1999 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (93JS, 92VN, 91WS). James Suckling: "A spicy Bordeaux with berries and hints of currants. Full, super round and soft – surrounded by vanilla and blueberry pie. Round and lovely. Just coming around now. Delicious." (03/2015)
Starting Bid: $800.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Cheval Blanc, St-Emilion (94RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at Cheval Blanc dinner at The Ledbury. This has always been a great 1970 Saint Emilion. It has a noticeable deep hue. The nose is unashamedly rustic with mulberry, crushed flowers, wild heather and a touch of chlorophyll. Great definition and vibrancy: a wine wallowing in its secondary aromas. The palate has fine definition and demonstrated much more backbone than the Cheval ’78 tasted alongside. Here, the Merlot is undaunted by the Cabernet Franc and lends it a beguiling fleshiness, especially towards the ferrous finish. This is wonderful, that is a point. (NM)" (09/2011)
Starting Bid: $310.03

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1982 Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac (96RP, 91ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is a tour de force, and one of the all-time great Grand-Puy-Lacostes ever produced, as I hope the 2000 and 2005 will become. This is an inky/purple, beefy, broad, super-rich Pauillac revealing classic creme de cassis notes intermixed with hints of spring flowers and crushed rocks. Full-bodied with sweet tannin, shocking concentration, and layers of fruit, this irresistible 1982 is still an adolescent in terms of its evolution. Anticipated maturity: now-2035. (RP)" (06/2009)
Starting Bid: $410.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2017 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (OWC - 98JS, 98RP, 95VN, 95WE, 94DC, 94JD, 94WS) in original wood. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2017 Cos d'Estournel needs a little coaxing to unfurl, revealing beautiful expressions of preserved plums, boysenberries, blackcurrant pastilles and wild blueberries with hints of Indian spices, menthol, lilacs and mossy tree bark plus a compelling suggestion of iron ore. Medium to full-bodied, the palate has a solid backbone of firm, grainy tannins and well-knit freshness supporting the tightly wound blue and black fruits layers, finishing long and fragrant. This wine will need a good 5-7 years in bottle before it begins to blossom and should go on for at least another 40 years. I expect this wine to be a blockbuster of a head-turner when I come back and taste it at 10 years of age! (LPB) 98+" (03/2020)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2000 Léoville-Barton, St-Julien (96JS, 96WE, 96WS, 95RP, 94ST, 94W&S). Wine Enthusiast: "Right from the early days of tasting in spring 2001, this was going to be one of the stars of the vintage. And a star it remains. There is big, ripe fruit, with solid, ageworthy tannins. It may not be as powerful as some of the blockbusters of the vintage, but it is certainly more opulent, less classical than Léoville-Barton can sometimes be. (RV)" (06/2003)

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2018 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (OWC - 98JD, 98JS, 98RP, 98VN, 97DC, 96WE, 96WS) in original wood. Vinous: "The 2018 Cos d'Estournel is a racy, powerful Saint-Estèphe that is going to need quite a bit of time to find its center. Today, it is tightly wound, but all the energy is there. Lush and extravagantly ripe, the 2018 possesses tremendous depth and plenty of energy to back it all up. Here, too, I found the wine a bit more expressive and giving en primeur. (AG)" (03/2021)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2018 Margaux, Margaux (100JD, 100JS, 100RP, 98DC, 98VN, 98WE, 98WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Château Margaux is composed of 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Merlot, 4% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, representing 36% of the crop this year. The wine has a pH of 3.8 and 14% alcohol. Deep purple-black in color, it slowly unfurls to reveal tantalizing scents of crème de cassis, wild blueberries and Black Forest cake with hints of redcurrant jelly, rose oil, dark chocolate and cedar chest plus a touch of star anise. The medium to full-bodied palate bursts with opulent black fruit, fragrant earth and floral layers, supported by a rock-solid structure of exquisitely ripe, finely grained tannins and seamless backbone of freshness, finishing with fantastic length. (LPB)" (03/2021)

Bid on this bottle of 1990 La Conseillante, Pomerol (98JD, 97RP, 96DC, 93VN). Jeb Dunnuck: "The 1990 La Conseillante is fully mature, and totally brilliant. Its medium ruby color is followed by a perfumed, complex bouquet of sandalwood, cedar, ripe cherries, licorice and Asian spices. Upfront and not holding anything back, it reveals loads of sweet fruit and is incredibly complex and nuanced aromatically. This gives way to a full-bodied, integrated and seamless Pomerol that has resolved tannin, perfect balance, an opulent mouthfeel, and a great finish. This is Pomerol in all its elegant, yet seductive glory and while I don’t see any upside, it’s going to continue drinking beautifully for another decade. " (12/2017)
Starting Bid: $250.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2001 Domaine de Chevalier Blanc, Pessac-Léognan (97WE). Wine Enthusiast: "This is one of the legendary whites of Bordeaux. It lives up to its reputation. The 2001 vintage of the Domaine de Chevalier white (tasted from half bottle) is well-evolved, packed with flavors of almonds, toast, spice, fresh grapefruits, white fruits and an impressive layer of acidity. It will age for a good 20 years or more. Expect a full bottle to be less evolved at this stage. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2005)
Starting Bid: $255.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2000 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Pessac-Léognan (93JS, 93RP, 92VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2000 Domaine de Chevalier has long been one of my favorite wines and now at 16 years of age, it continues to live up to expectations. It has a beautiful nose, so lively and vivacious, with black plum and blackberry, cedar and damp undergrowth scents, an undercurrent of tobacco. The palate is medium-bodied with impressive definition, a fine thread of acidity, though still backward and intimating that there is "much more in the tank." (NM)" (07/2016)
Starting Bid: $370.00

Bid on this bottle of 1980 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac. Château Lafite Rothschild is one of the five First Growth Bordeaux, and one of the most famous and collected wines in the world . The vineyard covers 112 hectares and is well-drained and well-exposed, with soil made up of fine deep gravel, mixed with aeolian sand on a subsoil of tertiary limestone. The estate dates back to at least the 13th century and has had an amazing and prestigious history to look back upon.
Starting Bid: $390.00

Bid on this bottle 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: $325.00

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