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1961 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (good label bottom shoulder)
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98 points Wine Advocate: "Huge, cedary, cassis, lead pencil, menthol-like aromas soared from the glass. The black/purple color revealed no signs of lightening or amber at the edge. Full-bodied, rich, and super-intense, this was an a profound bottle of 1961 Mouton that would have stood up against the compelling 1959." (01/1998) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Tasted from magnum. Subtle in flavor, silky in texture and still firm with tannins, this Mouton is clearly outstanding in quality. Elegance, not richness, is its hallmark, and the mélange of spice-earth...
Price: $1,599.00

1961 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (good labels-High shoulder)
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98 points Wine Advocate: "Huge, cedary, cassis, lead pencil, menthol-like aromas soared from the glass. The black/purple color revealed no signs of lightening or amber at the edge. Full-bodied, rich, and super-intense, this was a profound bottle of 1961 Mouton that would have stood up against the compelling 1959." (10/1994) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Tasted from magnum. Subtle in flavor, silky in texture and still firm with tannins, this Mouton is clearly outstanding in quality. Elegance, not richness, is its hallmark..." (04/1996)
Price: $2,199.00

97 points Wine Spectator: "The greatest Figeac produced since the 1940s. Has a deep ruby color and intense aromas of tobacco, bitter chocolate and pepper. Full-bodied, with copious amounts of currant and herb flavors and a long finish. Very powerful. Ready to drink now, but will improve.--Figeac vertical." (10/91)
Price: $429.00

92 points Robert Parker: "The 1961 is extremely rich and full bodied, with an opulent, almost roasted chestnut fruitiness, layer upon layer of richness, and a long, silky, heady finish. This is almost the essence of the mineral, tobacco, Graves-like style that most people associate with Haut-Brion. The wine is fully mature, and seems to fade after 30 minutes in the glass - a sure sign that imminent consumption is required. Anticipated maturity: Now-2000. Last tasted 6/97" (Bordeaux Book, 3rd Edition)
Price: $659.99

1961 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (good labels/mid shoulder)
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98 points Robert Parker: "Huge, cedary, cassis, lead pencil, menthol-like aromas soared from the glass. The black/purple color revealed no signs of lightening or amber at the edge. Full-bodied, rich, and super-intense, this was a profound bottle of 1961 Mouton that would have stood up against the compelling 1959." (10/94) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Tasted from magnum. Subtle in flavor, silky in texture and still firm with tannins, this Mouton is clearly outstanding in quality. Elegance, not richness, is its hallmark..." (04/96)
Price: $1,899.00

Price: $479.00

1961 Palmer, Margaux (mid shoulder fill)
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100 points Wine Advocate: "Tasted at the Château Palmer vertical in London, two bottles of 1961 Château Palmer were opened and compared. The first was a great bottle of wine, beautifully balanced and complex, and yet not quite living up to its status as one of the legendary bottles of the 20th century. That said, I still scored it around the 96 or 97 point mark. The second lived up to the billing. Coming from the late great John Avery's cellar, that is to say, purchased on release and never moved, the first difference is the slightly deeper color compare...
Price: $2,800.00

1961 Rauzan-Gassies, Margaux (mid shoulder)
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Wine Advocate: " " K&L Notes: Château Rauzan-Gassies started out life in the middle of the seventeenth century. At the time, it was a part of the gigantic Rauzan estate owned by Pierre de Mesures de Rauzan. The massive Bordeaux wine property was over time split up again and again. By the time of the 1855 Classification, the once vast Margaux estate had given birth to not only Rauzan-Gassies, but Château Rauzan-Segla, Château Marquis de Terme and even Château Desmirail. After World War 2, in 1946, Château Rauzan-Gassies was sold to the Quie family. The Q...
Price: $159.00

1961 Rauzan-Gassies, Margaux (low shoulder)
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Wine Advocate: " " K&L Notes: Château Rauzan-Gassies started out life in the middle of the seventeenth century. At the time, it was a part of the gigantic Rauzan estate owned by Pierre de Mesures de Rauzan. The massive Bordeaux wine property was over time split up again and again. By the time of the 1855 Classification, the once vast Margaux estate had given birth to not only Rauzan-Gassies, but Château Rauzan-Segla, Château Marquis de Terme and even Château Desmirail. After World War 2, in 1946, Château Rauzan-Gassies was sold to the Quie family. The Q...
Price: $129.00

Price: $399.00

1961 La Lagune, Haut-Medoc (Mid-shoulder)
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From the Wine Spectator: "A ripe, almost sweet fruitiness is the hallmark of this broadly flavored, smoky-tasting, richly textured wine. Reminds you of an aged Burgundy." (April 1996)
Price: $199.00

93 points Robert Parker: "The 1961 Gazin was a fabulous surprise. The wine displayed a knock-out, caramel/chocolate/coffee-scented nose, medium to full body, sweet, expansive, exotic black cherry and fruitcake-like flavors, and a chewy, fleshy, velvety-textured finish. This wine has been fully mature for some time, but it reveals no signs of fruit loss or color degradation." (02/96)
Price: $699.99

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1961 Franco Fiorina Barolo (92JG). John Gilman: "I am not sure if it is the bottle or the wine, but the 1961 Franco Fiorina Barolo is just a touch more oxidative in style than the bottle of ’61 Barbaresco paired up with it, though this too is drinking very well indeed, just without quite the same vibrancy and sense of being at its apogee. The tertiary bouquet is a mix of dried cherries, orange peel, red curry, onion skin, dried roses and a complex base of soil tones. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and very suave and resolved on the attack, with a fine core, lovely intensity of flavor, very good grip and lovely balance on the long and mature finish. This is still very tasty, but my gut instinct tells me that there are even more vibrant bottles out there." (08/2014)
Starting Bid: $220.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1961 Marchesi di Barolo "Gia Opera Pia" Barolo. Notes on this rare bottling, from importer Frederick Wildman: "The Marchesi di Barolo Estate encompasses approximately 430 acres of vineyards in the Langhe, some of the finest in Piedmont. The cellars are located in the village of Barolo, overlooking the magnificent village landmark, the Renaissance castle of the Marchesi Falletti di Barolo. Vineyards were established here in the early 19th century by the Marchese Carlo Tancredi Falletti di Barolo and his wife, Giulia. The wine from their estate soon became known as 'the wine from Barolo, ' served at important diplomatic and royal functions."
Starting Bid: $205.00

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