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Price: $169.99

Special Order Only *Only 1 bottle available - should arrive in our warehouse within 7-10 business days of ordering. No returns/exchanges on special orders.* The bottle on offer here is the ultra limited top tier expression in the Sir Peter Blake bottlings. The Anecdotes of Ages line has 13 bottlings. 13 unique bottles have been created under this collaboration with one of the bottles held in archive. This bottle, Down to Work, was selected as the bottle to be offered as a limited edition because it tells the story of George Harbinson who took over owners...
Price: $83,000.00
Limit of 1 per customer

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1967 Haut-Brion, Pessac-Leognan. Writing about the chateau's wines generally, Robert Parker has noted: "Haut-Brion's signature is most frequently its glorious perfume of tobacco, black fruits, smoke, and dried herbs, combined with sweet, supple fruit, all crammed into a concentrated wine that never has the weight or tannic power of a Medoc, or the thick unctuosity of a top right bank wine. As I have frequently written, the one significant change to my palate over the last twenty years has been the fact that while I have always admired Haut-Brion, now I am addicted to its perfume and complexity. It is never the biggest of the first-growths, but it is usually among the most compelling wines of this elite group, with the most profound set of aromatics of any of its peers." (02/1998)
Starting Bid: $825.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Cavallotto Bricco Boschis Barolo. "Boschis" is in homage to the vineyard manager Giuseppe Boschis who was gifted the estate upon the death of its owner the Countess, philanthropist, and last Marquis of Barolo, Juliette Colbert in the 18th century. The Cavallotto family took over the 23-hectare estate in Castiglione Falletto in 1928, intending to grow, but not vinify, the fruit. Fast forward a few decades as younger generations of the Cavallotto family became more involved and not only would they start estate bottling but they would also be credited with releasing the first cru — and single vineyard designate bottles in Barolo.
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1967 Giuseppe Contratto Barolo. Contratto was founded in 1867 by Giuseppe Contratto and the winery is known as the oldest producer of sparkling wine in Italy (they also made red wines, obviously). In fact, the "Metodo Classico" 1919 Contratto Extra Brut was the first vintage sparkling wine ever made in the country. The winery has a long, distinguished history. At the turn of the 20th century, its wines were leaving Canelli for destinations all over the world (predominantly to royal houses), and Contratto was the personal supplier to the Vatican as well as to the Italian Royal Family. Awards and medals from international exhibitions and contests of the time emphasize why the name of Contratto has long been synonymous with prestige and quality.
Current Bid: $180.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac. Clive Coates: "Medium mature colour. No undue age. Soft, mature - but by no means aged nose. Still elegant: very subtle. I prefer this to the 1970. It has more style. Now very soft, and never very intense or concentrated. but balanced. Fresh and round and most enjoyable. Good fruit. Good complexity. Still most attractive. Full of interest. Tasted 1992." (Grand Vins, The Finest Châteaux of Bordeaux and their Wines, pg. 52)
Starting Bid: $315.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Suduiraut, Sauternes (93VN). Vinous: "The 1967 Suduiraut, served blind at Pichon Baron, is the best vintage from an era when the Sauternes estate was inconsistent. It has a potent Barsac-scented bouquet with orange rind, mandarin and a light adhesive tincture that turns a little chlorine-like with aeration. It remains fresh and very well defined. The palate is medium-bodied, a little drier than you might expect given the vintage, yet retains freshness and bite. Lovely orange rind and Seville orange marmalade notes abound, focused with a vivacious and again, Barsac-like finish. Excellent. (NM)" (03/2022)
Current Bid: $165.00

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