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According to Jasper Morris: "The Burgundian wine domaine of Bouchard Pére et Fils can trace its origins back to 1731 though it is no longer family owned. In 1995 the Champagne house, Joseph Henriot, acquired the company and quality has risen as a consequence. Today Bouchard is led by Stéphane Follin Arbelet while the wines are made by Philippe Prost who has been with the company since 1978. An impressive gravity-flow winery on the Route de Savigny, the Cuvérie St Vincent, was completed in 2005, enabling them, to process all their wines with optimum effi...
Price: $249.99

92 points Jeb Dunnuck: "This bottle of 1988 Château de Beaucastel Châteauneuf-du-Pape started out reserved and muted, only to open up beautifully in the glass over the evening. Subtle garrigue, rose petal, and meaty aromas are supported by surprisingly fresh, mature red fruits on the nose. The overall mature feel carries over to the palate where the wine is medium bodied with perfect integration and a seamless, long finish. " (03/2011) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has a charming, rustic nose of leather, candlewax, black pepper and a t...
Price: $134.99

1988 Ferrari-Carano "Trésor" Reserve Sonoma County Bordeaux Blend
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Wine Spectator: "Remarkably complex and complete for an 1988, with ripe, bright black cherry and currant flavors that turn spicy and smooth on the finish. A tasty wine that's showing some maturity, but it should drink well through most of the decade. " (11/1993) K&L Notes: The folks at Ferrari-Carano changed the name of this wine to Trésor starting with the 1994 vintage. A distinctive, Bordeaux-style blend that is the winery's flagship, it is adorned by a custom label with a firey sunset painted by Marco Sassone.
Price: $44.99

This landmark 1988 vintage has never been re-casked. It has matured over 30 years in our warehouses in the same wood it was originally filled into – refill bourbon and, unusually, rare refill squat hogsheads. The subtle influence of these refill oak casks has resulted in a delicate and measured relationship between spirit and wood, quietly cultivated over time. It was always understood that this small parcel of casks required no interference, no guiding hand; just a watchful eye and palate to see it through. It is definitive, old, Bourbon-aged Bruichladd...
Price: $899.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The backward 1988 Pavie is a structured, tannic wine, balanced nicely by elegant, ripe, tobacco and black cherry-scented fruit, good acidity, and a long, spicy, tannic finish. (RP)" (02/1993) Vinous: "The 1988 Pavie is a vintage I have met a couple of times before, this predating Gérard Perse’s acquisition in 1997. It has an attractive old school nose of light black fruit, roof tiles and cedar; a little diffuse but still fresh. The palate is medium-bodied with a tart cherry entry, wild mushroom and sandalwood. (NM)" (05/...
Price: $319.99

Having spent eight years in ex-bourbon fill, American oak and another 17 years in Bordeaux French oak, the 1988 Auchentoshen is a rarity in at least a few regards. First, this is the longest finishing regime Auchentoshen has ever applied to one of their whiskies, and at the time of release it was the longest wine cask finished whisky ever produced, anywhere in the world. The nose carries the oak with distinction, as the barrel elements back up a profile redolent of early autumn fruit along with zesty nutmeg and cardamom nuances. On the palate, the casks ...
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93 points Decanter: "This is a little softer than the 1986, with coffee, plum and cassis notes. It's highly appealing right now, sweet and caressing as it opens in the glass, but this is one to drink within the next five to 10 years. The exact blend was not recorded, so the blend shown reflects the vineyard plantings, with 5% Petit Verdot. (JA)" (05/2019) 92 points Wine Spectator: "Shows outstanding structure and definition. New oak comes through in the coffee and plum aromas and the palate is firm and concentrated, with delicious blackberry flavors. (...
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Bid on this bottle of 1988 DRC Domaine de la Romanée Conti Echézeaux Grand Cru (92RP, 92WS, 91BH). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "I do not think I have ever tasted a better example of Echezeaux, a wine that is usually their lightest and quickest to mature. In 1988, it is bursting with rich, concentrated, berry fruit, has the exotic, oriental spice character that often marks the wines from this domaine, and is sensationally long and full. (RP)" (01/1990)
Starting Bid: $1,798.00

Bid on this bottle of 1988 Soldera (Case Basse) Brunello di Montalcino (97VN, 93RP, 92WS). Vinous: "Absolutely stunning, the 1988 Brunello di Montalcino is a wine that demands undivided attention. Huge tannins provide the backdrop as this dark, brooding Brunello struts its stuff. The flavors are dark and intense throughout, with tons of energy that gives the wine its focus and sense of direction. It’s hard to move on after the 1988, a wine that captures the essence of Sangiovese from Montalcino in this great vintage." (01/2015)
Starting Bid: $750.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1988 Soldera (Case Basse) "Intistieti" Toscana (96VN). Vinous: "At nearly thirty years of age, the 1988 Brunello di Montalcino remains bright, vibrant and full of life. Sweet red cherry and plum flavors are pushed forward, with deeper earthy, floral and spice notes that develop in the glass. An intriguing interplay of nuance and energy separates the 1988 from most wines in this range. It remains one of my favorite Soldera wines from the 1980s. This bottle is a bit softer than others have been, but the wine is still complete, super-expressive and inviting. (AG)" (10/2016)
Starting Bid: $800.00

Bid on this bottle of 1988 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Richebourg Grand Cru (96RP, 94WS, 93BH). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The Richebourg was an explosive wine with an earthy, cinnamon, gingery, soy sauce aroma backed up with the intense smell of plums and toasty new oak. Extremely rich, full bodied, and awesomely proportioned, this heroic wine should be drunk from the late nineties through the first two decades of the twenty-first century. It seems bigger, fuller, and more powerful than even the celestial 1985. (RP)" (01/1990)
Starting Bid: $1,855.00

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