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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1950 Gilette "Crème-de-Tête," Sauternes. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Quite fat and sweet, with excellent ripeness, full body, and a long, deep, velvety finish, this wine is a revelation given its age. This is a big, heavyweight Sauternes that will last for 15-20 more years. Last tasted, 1/85." (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $450.00

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)
Price: $615.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1976 Rieussec, Sauternes (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is one of the most controversial vintages of Rieussec. Very dark gold in color, some observers have said it is oxidized and is falling apart. Despite the dark color, the remarkable taste seems to suggest that this wine has a way to go. The huge nose of toasted almonds, caramel, chocolate, and brown sugar does exhibit a trace of volatile acidity, so technocrats are likely to be turned off. Incredibly rich and full bodied, with a honeyed, luscious texture and extremely intense flavors, this exotic, hugely proportioned wine (15% alcohol) can only be served as a dessert. The yield at Rieussec in 1976 was 2.5 hectoliters per hectare, which is approximately one third of a glass of wine per vine. This is a bold, rather overblown style of Sauternes, but I love it. (RP)" (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1988 Climens, Barsac (95RP, 92WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "There is a sense of natural refinement to the ’88 Climens with a fragrant bouquet of beeswax, honeysuckle and a hint of tinned pineapple. So much freshness and vitality, although it will be fascinating to see how it evolves further. The palate is wonderfully poised, pure and precise; more citrus than previous bottles with a good level of botrytis, building nicely towards the focused mellifluous, peachy finish that suggests this Climens has a long future ahead. (NM)" (03/2010)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1989 Suduiraut, Sauternes (90VN). Vinous: "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. (NM)" (03/2019)
Starting Bid: $215.00

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