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Bid on this bottle of 1970 Latour, Pauillac (96JG, 94JS, 94VN). John Gilman: "Château Latour back in 1970 was still the longest-lived, most consistently excellent and backwards château to be found in all of Bordeaux. For many years after release, the 1970 Latour was one of the few examples of the vintage that was not particularly charming to drink, and it has taken a full 35 years for the wine to really blossom and begin showing its true quality. Today it is clear that the 1970 Latour is clearly one of the top three or four wines of the vintage, which has just now begun to emerge from its customary 30 years of hibernation and show itself in all its splendor. The stunning bouquet offers up sweet notes of black cherries, cassis, some grilled meat, cigar box, plenty of Pauillac soil, a bit of chipotle pepper, woodsmoke and cedar. " (09/2017)
Starting Bid: $440.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (94JG). John Gilman: "I used to drink quite a bit of Lynch-Bages back in the decades of the 1980s and 1990s, but I seem to seldom cross paths with the wine these days, as it was not one of the estates I bought for my own cellar (other than the 1982 and 1985 vintages, which I prematurely drank up cases of in their youth). The 1970 vintage here has always been very strong and this most recent bottle was showing beautifully, wafting from the glass in a complex nose of cassis, black cherries, a touch of petroleum jelly, cigar ash, gravelly soil tones and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nicely broad-shouldered in personality, with a good core of fruit, fine focus and grip, melting tannins and a long, complete and classic finish. Fine juice." (09/2020)
Starting Bid: $450.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Cheval Blanc, St-Emilion (94RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at Cheval Blanc dinner at The Ledbury. This has always been a great 1970 Saint Emilion. It has a noticeable deep hue. The nose is unashamedly rustic with mulberry, crushed flowers, wild heather and a touch of chlorophyll. Great definition and vibrancy: a wine wallowing in its secondary aromas. The palate has fine definition and demonstrated much more backbone than the Cheval ’78 tasted alongside. Here, the Merlot is undaunted by the Cabernet Franc and lends it a beguiling fleshiness, especially towards the ferrous finish. This is wonderful, that is a point. (NM)" (09/2011)
Starting Bid: $312.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Les Forts De Latour, Pauillac (94JG). John Gilman: "This is a superb wine that has been fully mature for a couple of decades, but possesses more than a passing resemblance to the grand vin in this year in terms of proper structure and will continue to drink well for many years to come. The nose wafts from the glass in a sweet and fully resolved blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar smoke, a hint of mint, singed tobacco leaf, gravelly soil tones, a nice touch of leather and a smoky upper register. On the palate the wine is full, pure and velvety on the attack, with a fine core of fruit, fine focus and balance, bright acids, impressive complexity and still plenty of grip on the long, elegant and meltingly tannic finish. Lovely juice and probably the greatest mature vintage Forts de Latour I have tasted." (10/2017)
Starting Bid: $320.88

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