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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "The best wine to come from Jaboulet since the awe-inspiring 1990. And yes, in these days of newly released $250+ first-growth Bordeaux, a value." (11/1999) 93 points Wine Advocate: "The 1997 Hermitage La Chapelle has begun to completely close down, which is surprising in view of how sweet, seductive, and precocious this vintage can be. However, the color seems to get deeper with exposure to air (the wine was far more drinkable after 24 hours of aeration than it was upon opening). The moderately intense bouquet exhibits plent...
Price: $174.99

1997 DRC Domaine de la Romanée Conti Grand Cru "La Tâche" (lightly scuffed label, signs of past seepage)
93 points Wine Advocate: "Dark-colored, the aromatically tight 1997 La Tache reveals Asian spices, pepper, cherries and black currants. This is a velvety-textured, expansive, and massively ripe wine boasting flavors reminiscent of licorice and blackberry jam. It has superb depth of fruit (particularly for this sometimes 'simple' vintage), medium-to-full body, and admirable length to its supple finish. (PR)" (10/1999) 92 points Int'l Wine Cellar: "Full red-ruby. Expressive, slightly roasted aromas of strawberry, plum, currant, licorice, roasted nuts, ...
Price: $4,999.99

Wine Advocate: "The elegant, spice box, cedary, oaky, red and black currant-scented and flavored 1997 Leoville Barton reveals surprising softness, medium body, low acidity, and ripe tannin. I would not be surprised to see it improve in the bottle, and possibly merit a higher score. (RP)" (04/2000) Int'l Wine Cellar: "Good red-ruby. Currant, plum and smoky oak on the nose. Fat, suave and smooth; not a powerful style but offers lovely depth of flavor. Finishes with rather smooth tannins and good length. (ST)" (06/2000) Wine Spectator: "Good berry, mine...
Price: $119.99

Price: $139.99

“Beau-Séjour Bécot was founded in 1921 by Michel Bécot on an estate that dates back to 1787, just a few minutes walk from the village of Saint-Émilion and adjacent to neighbour Clos Fourtet. Now run by his grand-daughter Juliette Becot, the estate was reinstated as a Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1996, after a rather ignominious demotion in the 1980s. The vineyards, spread over 16.5 hectares, are rooted in unique limestone and clay soils, contributing to the distinct, complex flavors of their wines. The chateau's remarkable limestone caves, a network of an...
Price: $189.99

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Price: $539.99

According to the Wine Spectator: "Plums and tobacco galore in this aromatic young wine. Medium-bodied, with velvety tannins and a fruit and tobacco aftertaste. Drink now through 2005." (01/2000) According to Robert Parker: "An attractive, complex wine, the 1997 Pape-Clement exhibits a dark, saturated ruby color in addition to a gorgeous, smoky, herb, red currant, and cherry liqueur-scented bouquet, a silky texture, spicy oak, and a round, complex, low acid, fleshy finish. As the wine sat in the glass, notes of hot bricks/scorched earth also emerged. Thi...
Price: $99.99

Price: $63.99

A critic-favorite St. Emilion estate whose history dates to the 7th, yes 7TH century, Villemaurine is a standout even among the giants of Bordeaux. This beautifully cellared magnum is still showing a lovely balance between Merlot-driven plum flavors and the spicy, smokey secondary notes that make aged Bordeaux compelling. A standout value for lovers of classic red wines.
Price: $89.99

Bid on this bottle of 1997 J.-F. Coche-Dury Volnay 1er Cru (92JG). John Gilman: "I had a very good bottle of this in a restaurant in New York back in May of 2000, but this bottle served from my cellar late in that year was even better. The nose is deep and polished, with scents of red cherries, red plums, vinesmoke, coffee, minerals, roses and vanillin oak jumping from the glass. On the palate the wine is medium-full, round and creamy, with better delineation and apparent structure than the somewhat jammy bottle I had off the restaurant wine list, and excellent grip and length on the finish. There is a touch of tannin still in this wine, but it is all tangy fruit and fine terroir right now, and hardly a crime to be drinking. I suspect that this wine will get even more complex with further bottle age, but it is a very difficult job to keep from reaching for it with some frequency." (02/2003)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1997 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (92VN). Vinous: "The 1997 Lynch-Bages shows some degradation on the bricked rim. The bouquet is open-knit, fully mature with ferrous, undergrowth, leafy/autumnal scents. It's missing some fruit intensity, as you expect from a more challenging season. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannins, crisp black fruit laced with orange rind, black pepper, cedar and tobacco. This shows the most cohesion towards the finish and displays a long, sustained aftertaste. This is a real turn-up for the books. (NM)" (07/2023)
Current Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1997 Domaine Louis Jadot Bonnes Mares Grand Cru ((93-95RP), 93BH, 93VN). Wine Advocate: "The stunning, dark purple-colored 1997 Bonnes Mares enthralls the nose with its extraordinary baked blackberry aromas. This is a wine of unbelievable power, concentration, and exceptional extraction. Deep layers of cocoa powder-dusted figs and prunes vie with a compote of red cherries, stones, and creamed mocha flavors for the taster's attention. This full-bodied, velvety-textured, sur-maturite-laced wine lingers on the palate for at least 40 seconds. It is a prodigiously breathtaking Burgundy. (PR)" (10/1999)
Current Bid: $500.00

Bid on this 7-bottle lot of 1997 La Conseillante, Pomerol.
Current Bid: $490.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1997 Poujeaux, Moulis. Wine Advocate: "Undoubtedly a sleeper of the vintage, and probably the finest 1997 cru bourgeois, Poujeaux's 1997 exhibits a dense purple color as well as a sweet nose of black fruits complemented by toasty oak and loamy soil scents. Textured, layered, and rich, with low acidity and an excellent ripe finish, it can be drunk now and over the next 10-15 years. Bravo! (RP)" (04/2000)
Current Bid: $60.00

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