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Price: $229.99

According to the Wine Spectator: "Medium garnet-ruby; cedary, tarry vanilla nose; stylish, concentrated cassis, cedar and tar flavors; elegant." (05/93)
Price: $114.99

1970 Lanessan, Haut-Médoc
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1970 Gloria, St-Julien
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Wine Advocate: "Another triumphant success for Gloria, the 1970 is richer and fuller than the lovely 1971, with longer-term keeping possibilities. Dark ruby color with some amber at the edge, with a fully mature bouquet of sweet fruit, cedar, and a spicy, vanillin oakiness, this wonderful, rich, fruity, medium-bodied wine remains impressive. The finish is gentle and soft. This is a voluptuous, decadently fruity Gloria. Anticipated maturity: Now. Last tasted, 1/88. (Bordeaux Book, 3rd edition)" (01/1998) Wine Spectator: "Still lively, with good intensit...
Price: $159.99

According to Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A deep amber colour and a Beerensauslese-lite nose that is well defined, although lacking some botrytis. There are scents of Satsuma, beeswax and just a little chlorine. The palate is commendable, well balanced, a little ginger on the entry leading to a balanced palate with orange rind, Seville orange marmalade, almost Barsac-like on the finish." (08/11)
Price: $129.99

92 points Wine Advocate: "This is one 1970 that appears to possess the necessary components to develop into something special. It remains youthfully hard and astringent, but there is no doubting the high levels of concentration and intensity. Moreover, the wine exhibits a classy, complex bouquet, offering up scents of cedar, black fruits, minerals, and leather. Full-bodied, powerful, and rich, with outstanding concentration, this wine requires another 7-10 years of cellaring - can you believe that? It is unquestionably a 40-50-year wine. (RP)" (06/1996) ...
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91 points James Suckling: "Surprisingly delicate and fruity at this stage. Ready to drink with a lightly sweet fruit, raspberry, and dark berry character and a bright acidity." (12/2010) K&L Notes: 94+ points, Richard Jennings: "Bricking medium cherry red color with clear meniscus; VA, baked cherry, red bean, raspberry nose; tasty, rich, red berry, baked cherry, red bean palate, delicious; long finish." (09/2010)
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94 points Wine Spectator: "I have always been a fan of this very fine and well-made Port. Truly balanced in character, with focused flowers, spice and cherry. Full-bodied, with a sweet palate and a fine texture. (JS)" (12/1999) 90 points Wine Advocate: "With a pale colour, this wine has developed into mainly earthy, meaty, gamey aromas with discernable notes of loam, underbrush and a touch of caramel over the sultana and Chinese dried plum fruit. After a few minutes, appealing scents of orange peel and dark chocolate begin to emerge. Crisp, rich, warm ...
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Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo. John Gilman: " The 1970 Barolo from the Marchesi di Barolo is cut very much from the same cloth as the 1971 version, but it does not have the benefit of the superior vintage quality and is already starting to dry out a bit on the palate. The bouquet is a good and tertiary blend of dried dark berries, road tar, dried herbs, leather and damp, dark soil tones. On the palate the win is deep, full-bodied and starting to witness the structure get the upper hand on the remaining black fruit, with still a bit of chewy tannin, sound acids and good length and grip on the tarry finish. Drink up. (Drink between 2014-2020) " (08/2014)
Current Bid: $226.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (96WS, 94VN, 93RP). Wine Spectator: "Deep garnet; fragrant tar and black truffle nose; extremely concentrated; big and mouth-filling, with very dense cassis flavor; enormous, generous fruit; a voluptuous claret." (05/1993)
Starting Bid: $315.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Cos d'Estournel, St-Estèphe. Wine Advocate: "It has been quite a few years since I tasted this Cos d’Estournel. This bottle had a much more herbaceous bouquet compared to eight years ago: undergrowth, tree bark, dusty mahogany bureau with vestiges of sweet red fruits eventually rising to the surface. The palate is foursquare and conservative with dusty black fruits and a dry, aloof finish that has its own “classic” charm. (NM)" (03/2012)
Current Bid: $250.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Conti Grand Cru (93BH). Burghound: "(Methuselem) I was shocked at how much better this was than the same wine in magnum format (see herein) as it was not only remarkably youthful but possessed terrific mid-palate fat and density with the classic restrained spiciness and dried rose petal nose and striking length as well as the sheer RC class. A stunning effort for the vintage and this dwarfs the 750 ml and magnum format quality at this point in the wine's evolution." (03/2008)
Current Bid: $6,600.00

Bid on this magnum of 1970 Graham's Vintage Port (1.5L) (94JG, 94WS, 93RP). Wine Spectator: "This is an extremely full-bodied, powerful wine, but it still retains a classy balance. Deep ruby, with chocolate and berry aromas, full-bodied, with anise and dried cherry flavors, full, hard tannins and a long finish. Good now but a few more years of bottle age would improve it. (JS, 1989)"
Current Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Solar de Samaniego Rioja. Solar de Samaniego boasts around 100 hectares of some of Rioja’s most desirable vineyards, including small hillside parcels whose altitude and chalk-clay soils are held to be the secret of the Rioja Alavesa’s finesse. Solar de Samaniego’s vineyards are comprised almost 100 hectares of predominantly Tempranillo, but some hectares of Graciano as well. The vines are planted on espaliers with a south orientation in a density of 3, 000 plants per hectare. There is a great diversity in soils that vary from lime soils to stony and clay. Harvest time is determined after many tastings of the grapes in the plots. The ageing occurs in American oak barrels for 12 months for Crianzas and 18 months for Reservas. After the “blend”, the wines are bottled, avoiding filtrations and treatments that limit their intensity and complexity.
Current Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 3-half-bottle lot of 1970 Giscours, Margaux (375ml). Neal Martin of Wine Advocate proclaims that the 1970 Château Giscours is one of the famous wines alongside the 1961, 1966 and 1975 that made the reputation of the Margaux property.
Starting Bid: $180.00

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