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Bid on this bottle of 1989 Huet "Le Clos du Bourg" Vouvray Moelleux. Praise from Wine Advocate: "According to Noël Pinguet there was no botrytis in 1989: 'The berries were absolutely healthy when they dried on the vines in a vintage that is the best I have ever made and stays side by side with the legendary 1947.' The Domaine Huet in Vouvray is one of the few world class producers in the Loire Valley. Its reputation was built by 1910-born Gaston Huet and the Le Haut Lieu, a top single vineyard site that was bought by his parents in 1928 with three hectares under vines, all Chenin Blanc." (SR, 11/2015)
Starting Bid: $129.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Domaine Leroy Richebourg Grand Cru (93AM, 93RP). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "The highly expressive and solidly complex nose has now gone largely secondary though there is no sous-bois yet in evidence, indeed the aromas are quite fresh compared to most '89s today. The big, powerful and robust medium weight plus flavors still display relatively firm structure though it appears clear that this has finally reached the front end of its long-term drinkability. That said this powerful effort should hold effortlessly for another 20 years, perhaps even longer. Tasted several times in the past few years with mostly consistent results as the only nit worthy of mention is a touch of backend warmth." (11/2014)
Starting Bid: $6,850.00

Bid on this 6-half-bottle lot of 1989 Suduiraut, Sauternes (375ml) (90RP, 90VN). Vinous: The 1989 Suduiraut has always shown better than the 1990. The bouquet is quite vivacious with quince and frangipane, hints of pear and crème brûlée, certainly responding to aeration. The palate has similar weight and texture to the 1990 although, there is slightly more tension here with orange rind and marmalade imparting Barsac-like notes towards the finish. It lacks the sophistication of 21st century vintages but there is joie-de-vivre here. (NM) (03/2019)
Starting Bid: $155.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Chateau de Fonsalette "Réservé" Côtes-du-Rhône (94RP, 92JG). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This and the Pertimali Brunello were my two favored wines to drink throughout our dinner at Haru. Medium to deep garnet-brick. Cinnamon and black pepper aromas season the dried plum and red berry compote nose. The palate is full bodied but appears very elegant with seriously soft, velvety tannins and medium+ acidity. Very long finish with a pleasant savory / earthy character. (LPB)" (01/2009)
Starting Bid: $243.00

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