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Bid on this bottle of 1993 Pichon Lalande, Pauillac. Decanter: "Good solid nose. Tannic fruit on the palate. Good, big and sound. Very deep red; closed nose, with a hint of smoky oak; fairly soft and approachable, reasonable concentration and grip, good acidity, no unripeness; quite good length. *Four Stars* (SB)" (06/1997)
Starting Bid: $77.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1976 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac. Clive Coates: "There is fruit and opulence here though in a somewhat flabby sort of way. Ripe, spicy but also some astringence on the nose. On the palate, in its burly way, this is one of the better of the 1976s. Good fruit, some richness, no lack of acidity. So still fresh and quite long. Medium body. Tasted October 1990." (Grands Vins: The Finest Châteaux of Bordeaux and Their Wines, pg 71) Notes on the label: "The French painter Pierre Soulages (1919-) discovered Cézanne and Picasso in the late Thirties. After the war he made a decisive move towards abstract work. He immediately caught the public imagination with a new visual language: a mesh of extended strokes of dark colour in conflict with the lyrical violence of a painting style produced by the use of combs: rubber or leather scrapers, knives, spatulas and a huge range of brushes. His canvases almost always use a non-colour, often black, but sometimes brown or cobal
Starting Bid: $440.00

Bid on this bottle of 1983 Suduiraut, Sauternes. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This looks to be a good Suduiraut. A medium golden color, with a very honeyed, rich, floral bouquet, this full-bodied wine is not as profound as the other 1983s. Sweet, with fine honeyed flavors, this is an elegant, graceful Suduiraut with plenty of character … (RP)" (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $59.19

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 2004 Montrose, St-Estèphe (93JS, 92RP, 92WS, 91ST, 90DC). James Suckling: "This one of my favorite 2004 Bordeaux to drink at the moment. It shows lovely sweet tobacco, flowers and currants on the nose and palate. It’s full-to-medium-bodied, with silky, firm tannins and a spicy, fresh finish. So delicious now." (07/2013)
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2005 Bellisle Mondotte, St-Emilion ((89-91RP), 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Unquestionably the best example of Bellisle-Mondotte (which lives in the shadow of its neighbor, La Mondotte) I have yet tasted, the 2005 exhibits a deep ruby/purple color along with sweet black fruit notes interwoven with new oak, licorice, and loamy soil undertones. Medium to full-bodied, moderately tannic, fresh, lively, and vibrant, it will provide enjoyable drinking over the next 15 years. (RP)" (04/2006)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Domaine de Chevalier Rouge, Pessac-Léognan ((95-96JS), 95JD, 95RP, 95WE, 94VN, 93ST, 93WS). James Suckling: "The intensity here is taken up a notch with notes of pure cassis and currant that ripe Cabernet Sauvignon gives you. Full and velvety, with dark chocolate, stones, and blackberries. This is long and powerful." (01/2011)

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (99JD, 97DC, 97RP, 97WE, 96VN, 95JS, 95ST, 95WS). Jeb Dunnuck: "Borderline perfection in a bottle, the 2010 Pichon-Longueville Baron (79% Cabernet Sauvignon and 21% Merlot) boasts a saturated purple color as well as truly extraordinary aromatics of crème de cassis, licorice, crushed rock-like minerality, graphite, and spring flowers. Possessing full-bodied richness, a huge, unctuous mid-palate, and building tannin, it shows the purity, grandeur, and precision that makes this vintage so remarkable. Hide bottles for another 4-5 years, count yourself lucky, and enjoy bottles over the following 2-3 decades. 99+" (02/2018)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2015 d'Yquem "Y" Bordeaux Blanc (95WS, 92RP). Wine Spectator: "This offers creamed yellow apple, green melon and verbena notes surrounded by a brioche and salted butter frame. The long and flattering finish lets a second wave of coconut, candied lemon peel and heather glide through. Clearly on the opulent side of the ledger, but there's a remarkably deft edge here as well. Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon. (JM, Web Only-2018)"
Starting Bid: $331.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2004 Branaire-Ducru, St-Julien (91WE, 90RP, 90ST, 90VN). Wine Enthusiast: "New wood and high extraction are the dominant characteristics of this wine. That makes it in a modern, polished style, which will certainly evolve well, eventually arriving at something that is big and bold. Give it 4–5 years for that. (RV)" (06/2007)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 1974 Latour, Pauillac. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "In this mediocre year of rather green, stalky, hollow wines, Latour produced one of the very best wines of the vintage. Still not fully mature, this dark ruby wine has good fruit, a medium body, surprising depth and ripeness for the vintage, and a sinewy, tannic finish. It avoids the telltale harshness and fruit deficiency found in so many 1974s. " (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $361.00

Bid on this bottle of 2009 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (100RP, 98JS, 97WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colored, the 2009 Cos d'Estournel features a myriad of wonderfully intense notes, including blackcurrant pastilles, redcurrant jelly, kirsch and blueberry compote with hints of rose hip tea, sautéed herbs, underbrush, pencil shavings and Indian spices. Full-bodied, rich and opulently fruited in the mouth, it has beautifully plush tannins and fantastic freshness, finishing very long and very spicy. (LPB)" (03/2019)
Starting Bid: $220.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1975 Gruaud-Larose, St-Julien. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This massive, backward wine appears to resist aging. Still bitterly tannic, impressively-colored (dark garnet with no amber), and monstrous on the palate, this wine will either turn out like the outstanding 1928 and begin to reveal some charm and character around age 40, or it will dry out, much like the 1948. It needs another 5-10 years of cellaring... It is likely to be appreciated only by the most patient Bordeaux enthusiasts. I would not be surprised to see some wine writer touting its greatness around 2025, long after most of it had been consumed and found to be pleasureless. (RP)" (02/1996)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 1986 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (95DC, 95RP, 92VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1986 is a highly extracted wine, with a black/ruby color and plenty of toasty, smoky notes in its bouquet that suggest ripe plums and licorice. Evolving at a glacial pace, it exhibits massive, huge, ripe, extremely concentrated flavors with impressive depth and richness. It possesses more power, weight, and tannin than the more opulent and currently more charming 1985. *Tasted 7 times since bottling with consistent notes.* (RP)" (10/1994)
Starting Bid: $155.00

Bid on this 12-half-bottle lot of 1997 Raymond-Lafon, Sauternes (375ml) in original wood. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This light to medium gold-colored, fragrant, medium-to full- bodied, sweet wine is low in acidity, redolent with honeyed pineapple and pear notes intermixed with vanilla bean and crème brûlée. Luscious, rich and evolved, it will drink well for 10-15 years. Raymond-Lafon is a name to watch in the Sauternes district, particularly if one is looking for a wine that is close to the brilliance and majestic richness of Yquem for less than one-third the price. This small estate abuts Yquem's vineyard and has an excellent reputation. Unfortunately, the wine is extremely difficult to find because of the tiny production (1,300 cases) and the fact that the proprietor Pierre Meslier sells much of it to private clients in Europe. (Bordeaux: A Consumer's Guide to the World's Finest Wines, pg 1077)" (11/2002)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2010 Branon, Pessac-Léognan (97RP, (93-94JS), 94WS, 93ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Once again in 2010, notes of mocha, espresso roast, chocolate, creme de cassis and scorched earth soar from this opaque purple-colored wine. It is aged in 100% new oak, but that is hardly noticeable given the wine’s sensational richness and extravagant fruit. This wine is classic, full-bodied and intense. It’s just a shame that less than 8,000 bottles are usually made. This wine is still backward, but very full, rich, and impressively pure in texture. Give it another 5-8 years of cellaring and drink it over the following 20+ years. From a small but fabulous jewel of a property owned by the Garcin family, sandwiched between Malartic Lagraviere and Haut-Bailly, this blend of 50% Merlot and the rest equal parts Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon is absolutely sensational. (RP)" (02/2013)
Starting Bid: $240.00

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: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2003 d'Issan, Margaux (93JS, 91DC, 90RP). James Suckling: "A beautiful red with blackberries, flowers and chocolate. Full body, velvety tannins and a flavorful finish. Sous bois, mushrooms and cherries. Hints of coffee. " (03/2015)
Starting Bid: $120.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2010 Troplong Mondot, St-Emilion (99RP, 95ST, 94JS, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Inky, bluish/black/purple, with notes of spring flowers, licorice, camphor, graphite, and a boatload of blueberry, black raspberry and blackberry fruit, this is a powerful, full-bodied Troplong Mondot. All the building components of acidity, tannin, wood and alcohol are judiciously and impressively integrated. It is a blend of 90% Merlot and the rest equal parts Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc made by Christine Valette and her husband Xavier Pariente with the consultancy help of Michel Rolland. I'm not sure what the heady alcohol level is in Troplong Mondot in 2010 (it certainly must be in the 15%+ range), but it is well-concealed behind the extravagant, richness, full-bodied power, and pure nobility of this majestic wine. (RP)" (02/2013)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this bottle of 1982 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien (96DC, 95RP, 95ST, 95WS). Decanter: "Again, the iron filings and bloody flesh of an older Cabernet. This has a little more force but a little less grace than some others in the line-up. It is a beautiful wine with stunning concentration, but I miss some lift through the body. Still incredible integrity of colour, these wines have got decades left in them. Wild strawberries, ripe figs and damsons on the palate, the tannins do soften with coaxing in the glass, revealing some cigar box and leather aromatics. (JA)"
Starting Bid: $355.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2004 Pavie-Decesse, St-Emilion (94RP, 92ST, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This small estate owned by Chantal and Gerard Perse (9 plus acres planted with 43-year-old vines) is composed of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc. In 2004, yields were a low 28-30 hectoliters per hectare, resulting in 400 cases being produced. The dense ruby/purple-colored 2004 offers smoky creme de cassis, kirsch liqueur, crushed rock, and spring flower aromas. Opulent, flamboyant, rich, dense, and lavishly endowed, it possesses enough fruit and glycerin to nearly conceal its elevated tannin. (RP)" (06/2007)
Starting Bid: $225.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2009 d'Issan, Margaux (94JS, 93RP, 92ST, 91VN, 91WS). James Suckling: "Wonderfully perfumed with dark berry, mineral and chocolate character. Full body, great tannins and a long and racy finish. Very refined. Tight and racy. " (03/2015)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1975 La Mission Haut Brion, Graves (97RP, 94JG, 94JS, 93VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is undisputably the wine of the vintage, a year that was clearly over-exposed and over-rated, largely because it was better than the four vintages that preceded it ... The 1975 La Mission-Haut-Brion, which consistently received perfect scores in its first thirty years of life, remains a vibrant, vital wine... (and) possesses enough evidence of greatness to stand alone as the finest 1975... a blockbuster for its first 20-30 years of life. While much of the fat has faded away, the wine still possesses a vitality and vigor that belies its 37 years of age. The color is a dark garnet with just a touch of lightening at the rim. Notes of camphor, wood charcoal, black fruits, plums, cedar, damp earth, truffles, asphalt and smoke result in a fabulous set of aromatics that are nothing short of compelling. Based on the aromatics alone, this offering would merit a perfect s
Starting Bid: $1,360.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1966 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (92RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colour, clear with dark brick rim. This has a very alluring nose that uncoils slowly, roasted herbs, cedar, graphite, a touch of crushed stone and raspberry leaf. It gains intensity all the time in the glass. Just a beautiful palate, very well balanced, firm tannins, touches of cedar, pencil lead, a hint of orange rind/mandarin, very harmonious and focused although not quite the persistency of a true great. But still showing very well and much better than previous vintages. Very foursquare, touch of white spice and dog fur towards the finish, but with aeration it really coalesces. Classic Claret: very natural and refined. Tasted September 2009. (NM)" (03/2010)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this bottle of 1947 Latour à Pomerol, Pomerol (100RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I have been blessed to have tasted the 1947 Latour a Pomerol several times. Several times I have rated it a perfect 100. It is a slightly older clone of the candidate for the wine of the century - the 1961 Latour a Pomerol. The 1947 exhibited an extraordinary opaque purple color with only some lightening at the edge. This exotic, mammoth, seductive, awesomely concentrated wine goes on and on in the mouth. It is reminiscent of a cross between the 1947 Cheval Blanc and the 1947 Petrus. Sweet, dense, and mind-boggling, what else can be said about something so perfect and thrilling. Akin to eating candy...(RP)" (02/1996)
Starting Bid: $2,350.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2000 Palmer, Margaux (97JS, 96WS, 94RP, 94WE, 91ST). James Suckling: "A typical Palmer showing finesse alongside strength. I love the blackberry, plum, chocolate and cedar character. It’s very long and beautiful. The velvety, textured tannins are impressive." (04/2014)
Starting Bid: $440.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1964 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at the Las-Cases off-line at The Square. The last time I had the ’64 was in Bordeaux on the evening that Michel Delon passed away. Some 11 years later and from magnum, this example is better. It has a light but lifted minty nose, giving a nod to Pauillac over the border. Hints of black olive tapenade and autumn leaves and leather emerge with time. The palate is medium-bodied with melted tannins, smooth in texture and not a complex Saint Julien. Yet its remains lively in the glass and finishes with an attractive, leafy finish that maintains admirable definition. Tasted February 2011. (NM)"
Starting Bid: $260.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2000 Lagrange, St-Julien (94JG, 93JS, 93RP, 93W&S, 93WS, 92ST). John Gilman: "The 2000 vintage of Lagrange is one of the most powerfully built that I have tasted from the Suntory era, and it will take many years for this deep and classy wine to reach its apogee. 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 produce

Bid on this bottle of 2005 La Conseillante, Pomerol (98JS, 97RP, 97WS, 96VN, 96W&S, 95JG, 93ST). James Suckling: "This really does have a wonderful texture that is reminiscent of great pinot noir while remaining obviously cabernet franc and merlot. It shows a seductive nose of cream, berries, chocolate and flowers. It's full-bodied, very intense and seamless in length. Pure class. Drink now and enjoy but will improve for years ahead." (11/2015)

Bid on this bottle of 2005 Larcis-Ducasse, St-Emilion (100RP, 96VN, 94ST, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "With an unbelievable nose of licorice, tapenade, black cherry and blackcurrant liqueur, as well as full body, super-sweet tannin, and astonishing richness and length, this prodigious effort in 2005 announced the resurrection of this great terroir on the slopes near Château Pavie. Dark garnet/plum/purple, this is compelling stuff and drinkable already, but capable of lasting another 25-30 years. This beauty is not to be missed! (RP)" (06/2015)
Starting Bid: $155.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2010 Cantemerle, Haut-Médoc (94JS, 94RP, 92DC, 92JG, 92WE, 91WS, 90ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The wine needs a good 7-10 years of cellaring and should keep for 30 more years, but this is the finest Cantemerle I have encountered in my professional career of tasting young vintages (dating back 34 years now). Stunningly deep ruby/purple, with a beautiful nose of spring flowers intermixed with perfumed raspberry and blueberry notes, it exhibits a sort of cool-climate character. Broad, rich and intense on the palate, the wine has plenty of tannins, but they are sweet and well-integrated. Everything is delicately entwined into this beautiful, medium to full-bodied, dense purple wine, which shows stunning character and a prodigious potential for development. This is definitely a major sleeper of the vintage and even better than I thought from barrel. With its 2010, this classified growth located in the southern end of the Medoc may well have made a modern

Bid on this bottle of 1974 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac. This well-regarded château was named one of the Second Growths in the Official 1855 Classification of Bordeaux, and has continued to make a name for itself in the ensuing years with a voluptuous, soft style, thanks to a higher percentage of Merlot in its wine than its Left-Bank neighbors. One of the so-called "Super Seconds," it's known for elegance, complexity and serious longevity.
Starting Bid: $65.00

Bid on this bottle of 1983 Gruaud-Larose, St-Julien (93VN, 92RP). Vinous: "(64% cabernet sauvignon, 29% merlot, 4% cabernet franc and 3% petit verdot): Bright medium red with an amber edge. Archetypal mature Gruaud-Larose aromas of truffle, smoked beef, earth, cedar, and tobacco complicate red cherry on the expressive. Fresh and juicy in the mouth, with a graceful quality to the red cherry, spicecake, orange rind and aromatic herb flavors. The finish is bright, long and clean, showing subtle underbrush notes at the back. I have always felt the 1983 Gruaud to be a success but bottles I've had in the past have been marked by gamey, animal aromas and dry, earthy flavors. Not this time: I've never had a better bottle of Gruaud-Larose from this vintage. (ID)" (04/2013)
Starting Bid: $85.00

Bid on this magnum of 2003 Calon-Ségur, St-Estèphe (1.5L) (95WS, 94JS, (92-94ST), 94WE, 93RP). Wine Spectator: "Loads of crushed berries, with mineral, lightly toasted oak and licorice. Full-bodied, with big, velvety tannins and a long, caressing finish. This is the sleeper of the vintage. (JS)" (03/2006)

Bid on this bottle of 1978 Petrus, Pomerol. Vinous: "The 1978 Petrus is a wine that I have encountered two or three times (the first occasion at an MW seminar where I absconded with the dregs that accompanied by ham sandwich.) For many years it was actually comparatively a good value. It has a pretty, if conservative, rather straight-laced bouquet of red fruit with marked sous-bois and leather aromas suggesting that this is approaching the end of its drinking plateau. Like many 1978s it comes across as foursquare and masculine on the palate, just a touch of bell pepper towards the second half, a rather “bony” Petrus as whatever fruit there was initially recedes and leaves the tannins. Bottles should be consumed in the near future as it is not in gradual decline. (NM)" (09/2018)
Starting Bid: $1,100.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1994 Montrose, St-Estèphe (92JS, (90-92VN)). Vinous: "Brooding, roasted nose is quite enticing; faint note of damp earth. Lush, sweet black fruit in the mouth; has a glyceral, mouthfilling texture. Lingering finish, with thoroughly ripe, even tannins. A lovely '94. (ST)" (05/1996)
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2004 Pavie, St-Emilion (96W&S, 95WS, 94RP, 93VN). Wine & Spirits: "A conspicuously modern wine, Pavie with its hyper-ripe fruit and substantial new oak treatment stands out as an offense to some, a glorious pleasure to others. In the case of the 2004, it carries the oak beautifully, untamed by it. The wine is wild, in fact, and quite hard to resist. The cool complexity of the tannins grows out of three terroirs: the limestone plateau, a sector of gravel and limestone and a third sector of clay. The fruit opens with thick-skinned black plum power, reverberating with feral scents and violets. Staunch and formidable, the wine is packed with life." (10/2007)
Starting Bid: $460.00

Bid on this bottle of 2000 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (94JS, 93ST, 92RP, 92WS). James Suckling: "I drank this fabulous 2000 Pontet-Canet in Hong Kong last summer at home with family. It was a wonderfully complex wine that was really starting to show its best. On the nose it displayed tar and currants with hints of dried fruits and berries. It was full-bodied yet so refined and delicious at the same time." (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $151.02

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: $315.00

Bid on this half-bottle lot of 2015 Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan (375ml) (100JD, 100RP, 99DC, 98JS, 98WS, 97VN, 97WE). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A blend of 50% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc and 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, the medium to deep garnet-purple colored 2015 Haut-Brion is reticent to begin, languidly revealing crushed black cherries, ripe black plums and wild blueberries with sparks of cinnamon stick, cloves, nutmeg, espresso, unsmoked cigars, tapenade, crushed rocks and lavender. The full-bodied palate possesses wonderfully complementary contrasts of bold black and blue fruit richness and delicately nuanced cherry fruit, baking spices and floral accents, strutting ripe, finely pixelated tannins and seamless acidity that is placed firmly in the background, finishing very long and with plenty of attitude. This impeccably poised, exquisitely perfumed 2015 Haut-Brion possesses the most alluring yet seemingly effortless beauty. While it bears only a passing resemblance in its opulent

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (99RP, 96VN, 96WS, 95ST, 94JG, 94JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 has taken forever to shed its formidable tannins, but what a great vintage of Lynch Bages! I would rank it at the top of the pyramid although the 1990, 2000, and down the road, some of the more recent vintages such as 2005, 2009 and 2010 should come close to matching the 1989's extraordinary concentration and undeniable aging potential. Its dense purple color reveals a slight lightening at the edge and the stunning bouquet offers classic notes of creme de cassis, subtle smoke, oak and graphite. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22, it is still a young adolescent in terms of its evolution and will benefit from another 4-5 years of cellaring. It should prove to be a 50 year wine. (RP) 99+" (08/2011)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2000 La Conseillante, Pomerol (97JD, 96RP, 95JG, 95WS, 94DC, (90-93ST), 92JS, 92VN). Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2000 La Conseillante is brilliant (this was tasted from magnum) and while mature, is still youthful and vibrant. Deep ruby/purple colored and loaded with notions of currants, plums, chocolate, Asian spice, and incense, it offers full-bodied richness, fine tannin, and a silky, elegant, yet concentrated style on the palate. This beauty can be drunk anytime over the coming two decades or more." (02/2018)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2003 Clos Dubreuil, St-Emilion (92RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This gorgeous, exotic, spicy St.-Emilion offers aromas and flavors of plum liqueur, figs, chocolate, and sweet black cherries as well as currants. With low acidity, tremendous opulence, and a sensual tactile impression, it is best consumed during its first decade of life. Sadly, production is limited for this garagiste operation. (RP)" (04/2006)
Starting Bid: $135.00

Bid on this bottle of 1985 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (93JG, 92WS). John Gilman: "While I have been a big fan of the 1985 vintage in Bordeaux for many years and have written quite a bit about these wines in recent times, I had not tasted a bottle of the 1985 Pichon-Lalande since I cannot remember when. I sold this wine right out of the blocks in my merchant days and always liked it well enough, but in my formative years, I found it a bit too “weedy” and did not end up cellaring it for my own collection. I think this was the only vintage of Pichon-Lalande I did not buy for my cellar in that era, as I started laying in the wines with the 1981 vintage and bought them every year (even the 1984 and 1987) up through the 1989, before my buying habits (and my more limited cellar budget in those days) turned towards Burgundy. But, I skipped the 1985 and that was too bad, as the wine has aged quite beautifully and is now drinking with great style and grace. The bouquet is a superb blend of cassis,
Starting Bid: $155.00

Bid on this 12-half-bottle lot of 2006 De Pez, St-Estèphe (375ml) (90W&S). Wine & Spirits: "Tightly held by its oak, this lean black wine takes hours of aeration before it reveals scents of Asian spice and violets. The fruit transitions from tart to fresh while the tannic blackness begins to hint at strawberries and minerals. It's light, velvety and long. Open it eight to ten years from the vintage." (12/2009)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Ducru Beaucaillou, St. Julien. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1973 Ducru is certainly one of the best wines of this watery vintage." (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $74.00

Bid on this bottle of 1982 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe (97JD, 95RP, 95VN, 95WS, 94ST). Jeb Dunnuck: "I loved this bottle of 1982 Cos d'Estournel, and it was easily the best bottle I’ve had of this wine, which has always shown slightly tired and over the hill for me. It shows classic, even youthful notes of lead pencil, currants and saddle leather, was full-bodied, had beautiful depth of fruit, and a great, great finish, all pointing to a fully mature yet grand Saint Estephe. Drink up. " (08/2018)
Starting Bid: $235.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2004 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (94WE, 93RP, 93VN, 93W&S, 92JS, 91ST, 91WS). Wine Enthusiast: "An intensely powerful, smooth wine, in a style that has an instant, sexy appeal. But it's not just surface glamour, there is a solid texture, layering the dusty tannins with rich black plums, red berries and vanilla. (RV)" (06/2007)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2004 Ducru-Beaucaillou, St-Julien (94WE, 93RP, 92JS, 92WS). Wine Enthusiast: "Impressively dense, dark flavored wine, very rich and quite extracted. But it still keeps the elegance and some of the freshness of 2004, and there is plenty of blackberry flavor to push the wine along. Heavier than many 2004s, it still shows that great acidity. (RV)" (12/2007)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Bordeaux Tasting Lot, including 1-bottle of 1971 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac and 1-bottle of 1971 Prieuré-Lichine, Margaux . Of the 1971 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac,Pichon Baron is part of wider network of estates owned by insurance company AXA Millésimes, which bought the property in 1987. Its sister properties include Château Pibran, Château Petit Village, Château Suduiraut (all in the Bordeaux region), Domaine de l’Arlot (Burgundy), Quinta do Noval (Portugal), Disznoko (Hungary), and Mas Belles Eaux (Languedoc) – 525 hectares of vines in total. The oldest vines at Château Pichon-Longueville are more than 80 years of age, and their grapes continue to feature in the composition of the estate's first wine: Château Pichon-Longueville. Although the estate is 73 hectares in total, only 40 hectares go into making the first wine. This is the original terroir of the estate, on the plateau directly opposite Latour – the land that was first purchased by Pierre Rauzan. A
Starting Bid: $102.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2005 Clos de Sarpe, St-Emilion (97RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet-brick in color, the 2005 Clos de Sarpe has an absolute blockbuster nose of liquid licorice, violets, Chinese five spice and chocolate box with nuances of smoked meats, cigar box, cast iron pan and Marmite toast—really incredible intensity! The palate is full-bodied and rich yet with the most incredible freshness, giving very fine, velvety tannins and an incredibly long, very layered finish. Wow! (LPB)" (05/2018)
Starting Bid: $155.00

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