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Bid on this bottle of 1971 Cantina Mascarello Barolo (96JG, 96VN). Vinous: "The 1971 Barolo is a real thrill to taste and drink. Let me emphasize that second point. So often, wines like this are tasted among many other wines. On this night the two of us savor every last drop of the 1971. I have had very mixed results with the 1971, to the point I stopped seeking it out. In the 1970s (and later) Barolo was bottled only when it was sold, so it is very likely, if not probable, that the 1971 was bottled botte by botte over a period of years, which naturally leads to a certain amount of bottle variation. On this night, the 1971 is positively stellar. Deep, complex and potent, the 1971 captures all the richness of the year in its multi-faceted personality. More importantly, this bottle does not have any of the barnyard aromas and flavors that are unfortunately common in the Mascarello 1971. Simply put, this is what Barolo from the 1970s is all about. (AG)" (09/2018)
Current Bid: $475.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Travaglini Gattinara. Gattinara D.O.C.G. is the company's historic label, "Wine that best represents the territory of Gattinara, according to the Travaglini family's vision and passion."
Starting Bid: $80.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Aldo Conterno Barolo. Decanter rates the 1971 vintage in Piedmont a five out of five, declaring it: "The second great year in a row, with very fine Barolo and Barbaresco." Further highlighting the best appellations with glowing praise: "Barolo and Barbaresco produced the vintage of the decade, with a high level of consistency."
Current Bid: $125.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Duhart Milon, Pauillac . In 1962, Duhart-Milon was a mess. Luckily, the Rothschild family saw an opportunity to revitalize the estate and bought up the property, cleared the land, replanted and renovated the estate. Using the same vines, technology, and skill that has brought their other properties to such prominence, Duhart Milon was quickly revived and regained the quality that had won it the honor of fourth growth status in the 1855 classification. By 1970, Duhart-Milon was back on track and was producing excellent age-worthy wines. When well cellared, as this bottle was, a quick decanting and a hour of patience is enough to unlock this time capsule from the 1971 vintage.
Current Bid: $102.00

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