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1989 Gruaud-Larose, St-Julien
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94 points Wine Spectator: "Delivers fabulous aromas of crushed red fruits, with leather, tar, tobacco and mint. Full-bodied, offering supersoft and silky tannins, as well as a beautiful polish. Open and luscious, with amazing richness of fruit and decadence at the same time. (JS)" (05/2010)
Price: $199.99

1989 Tullibardine 31 Year "Hunter Laing Old & Rare" K&L Exclusive Single Sherry Butt Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Tullibardine sits in Blackford not far north of the border between Highlands and Lowlands. Historically, it produced a nutty malt that was generally filled into tired casks and sold off for blending. Their lack of a strong wood management program meant that single casks were a crapshoot. If you managed to get a great one, you could have a phenomenal spirit. If the cask was past its prime, the whisky was nothing to write home about. In 1994, the distillery was shut down. It wasn’t until new ownership took over in 2003 that the distillery reopened and saw ...
Price: $299.99

1989 Villa Zarri 30 Year Old Single Barrel Cask Strength Italian Brandy (750ml)
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Nestled into the hills of Emilia Romagna is the Villa Zarri distillery, a small production run by Guido Zarri with a stunning portfolio of traditional Italian recipes and impeccable aged brandies. The Cognac-style brandies are distilled on an alembic pot still from Trebbiano Toscano (the Italian name for Ugni Blanc, same as Cognac) and aged in new French Limousin oak. They are unadulterated, have no added caramel or sugar, and are like fuller, richer, more interesting versions of their French cousins. This is the second cask strength single barrel we've ...
Price: $149.99

The Hart family have been licensed victuallers and publicans in Paisley on the outskirts of Glasgow since the 18th Century, but it was in 1964 that brothers Iain & Donald Hart incorporated the company as Wine & Spirit Wholesalers and Scotch Whisky Blenders. Alistair Hart, who still selects casks for this special line today, came on as Chief Blender in 1975. His charge at the time was to secure and select the finest casks of single malt that were not readily available to the market. Their commitment to excellence is second to none in the industry and they...
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1989 Aberlour 30 Year Old "The Perfect Fifth" Single Cask #11050 Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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Tasting notes from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible: "a meandering elegance and surprising degree of weight, too, with the most charming and gentle smokiness drifting around in very old-fashioned Speyside style. A classic exhibition of oak and barley interplay: perfect balance and respect for the other. There is even a surprise fruit note of sharp passion fruit: where the hell did that come from…? Could nose this all day, if I had the time… NOSE TASTE right: so, does this complexity on the nose transfer across to the palate…? Oh, my word it certainly does! The ...
Price: $2,500.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 d'Yquem, Sauternes (98VN, 97DC, 97RP). Vinous: "The 1989 Yquem is probably the best and most consistent of the triumvirate at the end of the decade. Two bottles tasted at 30 years of age give me no reason to alter that opinion. Limpid gold in color, slightly lighter than the 1988, it has a vivacious bouquet of gorgeous orange blossom, tinned apricot, quince jelly and wild heather, all delivered with impressive clarity. The palate is cohesive, pure and exquisitely balanced, sporting just the right amount of viscosity (less than the 1990). It bursts with tangerine, white peach, saffron and fresh fig, flecks of Seville orange marmalade appearing on the finish. This is Yquem flirting with its very best, and you never know – it could get even better with age. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $365.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Montrose, St-Estèphe (100RP, 99JS, 98VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "For many years I have vehemently argued that the 1989 Montrose is a benchmark wine for the estate. Having tasted it several times over the last couple of months, I have never found a single occasion to alter that view. Tasted at the vertical in London, it continues to shine, having never lost any of its luster in recent years. It is a blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc that was picked from 11 to 28 September. Lucid in color, the aromatics do not hold back with vibrant blackberry, blueberry and black truffle, hints of sous-bois, all with sensational precision that few can match in this vintage (indeed, its precision lends it a veneer of modernity since "precision" is now more commonplace across Bordeaux). (NM)" (03/2017)
Starting Bid: $485.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 La Conseillante, Pomerol (97VN, 96RP, 94JG, 94WS). Vinous: "The 1989 La Conseillante is one of the top performers in Pomerol and arguably now one of the best values. This bottle confirms that exuberance and joie-de-vivre on the nose, displaying the telltale crushed violets in bloom, with precious but controlled red and black fruit underneath. The palate is sumptuous from the start, presenting cashmere tannin and perhaps a little more glycerine in this bottle. The bravura finish leaves you grinning from ear to ear. Stunning, and it will remain on its plateau for many years. Tasted at the 1989 Bordeaux dinner at Hatched in London. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $225.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Ridge Vineyards "Monte Bello" Santa Cruz Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon (92WS, 91RP). Wine Spectator: "Wonderful balance and supple texture, with complex currant, black cherry, anise, cedar, tar and rose petal notes. Rather defines elegance, grace and harmony. *Highly Recommended* (JL)" (08/1999)
Starting Bid: $227.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Meyney, St-Estèphe. On the lighter side for Bordeaux, this consistent over-performer offers a great introduction to the region, and in the words of critic Robert Parker, "will prove uncommonly long-lived as well as profoundly flavored."
Starting Bid: $70.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Cheval Blanc, St-Emilion (98DC, 95VN, 94JG, 93ST, 93WS). Decanter: "Cheval Blanc saw 25% less rainfall than average in this vintage. Summer was hot but not a heatwave – the grapes were brought in from 7 September to 5 October, the earliest harvest date in the 20th century, and there are clear hints of prune and fig, but with menthol and eucalyptus touches that give it a fresh lift and suggest that blockages of maturity just might have been the key to its longevity. Concentrated, sexy, opulent, lifted through the finish, just smoky enough. The blend, by the way, is not exact because Cabernet Sauvignon was counted with the Cabernet Franc right up until 2014. However, plantings were recorded as 54% Merlot and 46% Cabernet Franc, with a high yield of 50hl/ha (the average between 1946 and 2014 is 33hl/ha, so this is significant). Still in the fullest grip of life. (JA)" (10/2018)
Starting Bid: $525.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Jasmin Côte-Rôtie. Domaine Jasmin remains a family run estate currently managed by Patrick Jasmin who took over from his father Robert in 1999. The winery is one of just few estates to blend the majority of its production from eight lieux-dits into one Côte-Rôtie bottling. According to the importer: "The flagship wine has always borne the floral perfume of its small amount of Viognier, and it deftly marries the elegance from such granitic sites as Coteaux de Tupin and Côte Blonde with the schist-derived power of 1920’s Sérine vines in the Brune sector’s Moutonnes and Côte Baudin."
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Hermitage (100DC, 97VN, 96RP, 95JD). Decanter: "1990 is rightly touted as one of the greatest Rhône vintages, but it overshadows the excellent preceding year. Chave's 1989 is masterful. Still with a little blackcurrant and raspberry fruit, this has spicy, savoury faces and a gruff, grunty element. It's still full in body but the tannins are fading now, whereas fresh acidity remains, and it's sinewy in texture, reminiscent of an old man's musculature. It's rounded and fruity on the palate, with plenty of nutmeg, cinnamon, burning fireworks and woodsmoke, joined by a little truffle and cheese rind with some air. It's saline on the finish, showing spectacular length still with some sweet raspberry and kirsch. Highly complex and utterly authentic: unmistakable terroir. (MW)" (06/2019)
Starting Bid: $690.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien (98DC, 96WS). Decanter: "1989 was an early year, with flowering three weeks ahead of usual. Now at 30 years old, a floral aspect curls out of the glass, with touches of roses and peonies, followed on the palate by bilberries and blackberries, with a cigar smoke and eucalyptus finish. It's still vigorous in its tannic structure, but it's soft and supple enough to enjoy today. This bottle was recorked by hand at the winery last year, with five people checking every single one of the 5, 000 bottles remaining at the chateau. The wines were topped up from magnums of the 1989. 3% Petit Verdot completes the blend - a variety not used in the grand vin since 1996. (JA)" (11/2018)
Starting Bid: $220.00

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