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92 points Wine Advocate: "...This is a rich, full-bodied, concentrated Margaux that only suffers in comparison with the great vintages produced under the Mentzelopoulos regime. Some of its rusticity may be due to tannins that were not totally ripe during the harvest. In any event, it remains one of the few great wines from the 1978 vintage. While I initially thought it would be fully mature within two decades of the vintage, it could still benefit from another 3-4 years of cellaring. Anticipated maturity: 2000-2020." (01/1998) 92 points Wine Spectator:...
Price: $399.99

Wine Spectator: "A firm, chunky style, with explosive red cherry and currant flavors, fairly high alcohol and tannin and solid flavors on the finish." (02/1992) Wine Advocate: "This is a very attractive Leoville-Barton that seems to be developing at a more accelerated pace than I had initially expected. A lovely, rather full, big bouquet of smoky, berryish, ripe fruit is first class. On the palate, the wine shows a good cedary, spicy, deep fruity constitution, moderate tannins, and a long finish. (RP)" (12/1997)
Price: $209.99

Accolades for Château Gruaud-Larose date back as far as 1742 and despite the property's change of ownership over the centuries has maintained a consistent reputation for classically-styled Cabernet-based reds from St-Julien. Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot playing supporting roles.
Price: $159.99

94 points Wine Advocate: "The 1978 Colheita Tawny Port was bottled in 2015 with 119 grams per liter of residual sugar and a bar top cork (typical for the house). It is very graceful for its age, finishing with a wave of sweetness, fruit and sugar. Emphasizing the caramel more than the molasses, this is irresistibly delicious, but it becomes more complex and puts on weight as it airs and warms. The wine shows off its power and hints of Brandy on the rather tense finish, too. Overall, this is a beauty that becomes more impressive the longer you sit with it...
Price: $84.99

From the winery: "At Souverain, our goal is to make authentic wines that are the best expression of each varietal and Alexander Valley. We believe our consumers deserve to drink great wine every night, so our wines are exceptional & attainable. Our love affair with producing wines has stretched back over 60 years and during that time our award winning wines have received numerous accolades and praise from the wine press."
Price: $39.99

Price: $699.99

1978 Pichon Lalande, Pauillac (1.5L)
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92 points Wine Advocate: "An excellent 1978 (one of the top wines of the vintage), Pichon-Lalande's offering displays an aromatic profile consisting of roasted herbs, chocolate, cedar, tobacco, and ripe curranty fruit. Medium-bodied, with low acidity, some tannin, and a round, attractive personality... (RP)" (01/1998) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Fully mature, with a slightly juicy feel to the cedar, singed vanilla, blood orange, clove, tobacco, dried currant and cherry fruit flavors. Long, fine-grained tannins let an echo of iron linger. Not fully ripe,...
Price: $749.99

93 points John Gilman: "I have always liked the 1978 Château Ducru-Beaucaillou, as the wine was already starting to drink very nicely at age ten and I have been a frequent visitor to its doorstep over the years. Though this wine has been drinking with lovely generosity and breed for many years already, it shows no signs of slowing down and remains smack dab in the middle of its plateau of maturity, offering up a complex and very classic nose of cherries, a touch of juniper berry, cigar wrapper, a fine signature of soil, summer truffles and a topnote of n...
Price: $239.99

1978 Montrose, St-Estèphe (high to high-mid shoulder fills, lightly soiled labels, some nicked capsules)
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4 stars Michael Broadbent (July 1999): "A dozen notes. Predictably closed but with depth and potential. Flesh and texture then noticeable. Three recent notes, deep but with a surprising amber-coloured rim. Good drink though (Christie's boardroom lunch 1994); the most interesting, though I say it myself, at a very vinous dinner party at home alongside Portugal's greatest red, Barca Velha, also of the '78 vintage. They had quite a bit in common but again I noticed that the Montrose had this orange mature rim - reminded me of a baboon's bottom [sic]. V...
Price: $199.99

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1978 Margaux, Margaux (93JD, 93RP). Wine Advocate: "The 1978 Château Margaux is a significant wine for two reasons: that it was the first under the Mentzelopoulos family after acquiring the property and also, it was their best wine in many years. Today it is still going strong. Clear in color, it has quite a deep garnet core. The nose is very seductive with black fruit, leather, scorched earth, a hint of lavender all beautifully defined and quintessentially Margaux. The medium-bodied palate has exquisite balance, the acidity nicely judged, still a little masculine and 'solid' compared to the subsequent vintages under Paul Pontallier, yet fresh and vital. Sure, there is a grittiness and a touch of rusticity towards the finish, but all in all, this represents a great 1978 Left Bank and a signpost that the First Growth was back on the right track after a dismal run of vintages during the 1970s. Tasted May 2016. (NM)" (10/2016)
Current Bid: $860.00

Bid on this bottle of 1978 Moet & Chandon "Dom Pérignon" Brut Champagne (90WS). Wine Spectator: "A steely, full-bodied and complete Champagne, showing a touch of honey, cedar, butter and spice. Has fruit and lime flavors, with a long finish. (PM)" (10/1995)
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this bottle of 1978 Aldo Conterno Bussia Soprana Barolo (92VN). Vinous: "Aldo Conterno’s 1978 Barolo Bussia Soprana was also terrific. For a wine considered ‘entry-level’ it was fabulous. I have always believed top-level producers tend to do well even with their less prestigious wines, and this was a great example. The 1978 Bussia Soprana can still be cellared, but I don’t see too much upside from here. (AG)" (11/2012)
Current Bid: $250.00

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