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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1957 Fontanafredda Barolo. Fontanafredda is a historic estate in the commune of the same name in Piedmont. It has long been regarded as one of the great producers of the region, and has a large range of wines including single-vineyard Barolos, Barbaresco, Dolcetto d'Alba, Barbera d'Alba and Moscato d'Asti. The estate was established in 1858 when the land was purchased by King Vittorio Emanuele II of Sardinia (later the first king of Italy) for Rosa Vercellana, a drum major's daughter with whom he had fallen in love. Rosa was made Countess of Mirafiori and Fontanafredda a year later. The wine business started in 1878 under her management and that of the king's son Emanuele Guerrieri, the Count of Mirafiore.
Starting Bid: $220.00

Bid on this 3-half-bottle lot of 1967 Bersano Barolo Riserva Speciale Cremosina (360ml). 1967 was an excellent vintage in Barolo, and many consider it to be the best of the decade. As Arturo Bersano said in 1935: If you want to drink well, get yourself a vineyard. If you find this advice to be cost prohibitive, why not treat yourself to a little piece of vinous history instead? This is your chance to find out why Barolo is the wine of kings, and the king of wines.
Starting Bid: $90.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1961 Minuto "Riserva Speciale" Barolo and 1-bottle of 1964 Minuto "Riserva Speciale" Barolo. Of the 1961 Minuto "Riserva Speciale" Barolo, 1961 was an epic vintage in Piedmont. Some may argue that 1955 or 1967 were better, but all three were blessed with ideal weather for the production of long-lived wines of superior quality.
Starting Bid: $510.00

Bid on this bottle of 2008 Senzanome "Bricco San Pietro" Barolo. Consulting winemaker and viticulturalist Giovanni Manzone who lives just down the road from SanZanome was brought on by owner Brian Falkner when he purchased the property just outside of Monforte d'Alba. 2008 represents just the second vintage of this bottling, and today the estate is planted to 80% Nebbiolo, a portion of which are 80+ year old vines. The wine is aged in 500-700L oak barrels. Production at the estate is small at 15, 000 bottles.
Starting Bid: $40.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Fontanafredda "Vigna Bianca" Barolo. Fontanafredda is a historic estate in the commune of the same name in Piedmont. It has long been regarded as one of the great producers of the region, and has a large range of wines including single-vineyard Barolos, Barbaresco, Dolcetto d'Alba, Barbera d'Alba and Moscato d'Asti. The estate was established in 1858 when the land was purchased by King Vittorio Emanuele II of Sardinia (later the first king of Italy) for Rosa Vercellana, a drum major's daughter with whom he had fallen in love. Rosa was made Countess of Mirafiori and Fontanafredda a year later. The wine business started in 1878 under her management and that of the king's son Emanuele Guerrieri, the Count of Mirafiore.
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1965 Minuto "Riserva Speciale" Barolo and 1-bottle of 1967 Minuto Barolo Riserva. Of the 1965 Minuto "Riserva Speciale" Barolo, Nebbiolo is a grape that is naturally high in acidity and tannin, two characteristics that allow for wines with excellent capacity to age. Piedmont is the one location of the world that has proven itself to be the perfect match for Nebbiolo, explaining why the wines of Barolo have historically been referred to as the "Wine of Kings."
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Fontanafredda "La Villa" Barolo. Fontanafredda is a historic estate in the commune of the same name in Piedmont. It has long been regarded as one of the great producers of the region, and has a large range of wines including single-vineyard Barolos, Barbaresco, Dolcetto d'Alba, Barbera d'Alba and Moscato d'Asti. The estate was established in 1858 when the land was purchased by King Vittorio Emanuele II of Sardinia (later the first king of Italy) for Rosa Vercellana, a drum major's daughter with whom he had fallen in love. Rosa was made Countess of Mirafiori and Fontanafredda a year later. The wine business started in 1878 under her management and that of the king's son Emanuele Guerrieri, the Count of Mirafiore.
Starting Bid: $190.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1978 Aldo Conterno "Bricco Bussia Vigna Cicala" Barolo (94VN, 93JG). Vinous: "Lively red. Conterno's 1978 Cicala is fresh, vibrant and full of life. It displays a beautiful nose of roses, spices and licorice, along with flavors of dark macerated cherries and tar on a structured frame. Though still youthful, this superbly well-balanced wine is hard to resist today. One of the finest wines I have tasted from this producer. (AG)" (01/2006)
Starting Bid: $540.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Massolino Barolo (95WS, 91JS). Wine Spectator: "A mix of cherry, cedar and tobacco flavors highlights this juicy, vibrant and almost racy red, with a layer of tannins sitting underneath the flavors. The elements come together on the long, savory aftertaste. *Top 100 Wines of 2014, Highly Recommended* (BS)" (02/2014)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 1962 Bersano Barolo (1.5L). The history of Bersano begins in the early years of the last century in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d’Asti area. In 1935 Arturo Bersano, a rare man for intelligence and culture, went to work at the winery, which was then family-run. Thanks to his work, his style became the distinctive feature. His motto “if you want to drink well, get yourself a vineyard” proved to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Over the decades, the Massimelli and Soave families (owners of the Casa Vinicola) have consolidated an impressive array of farms where, without forgetting the strength of the traditions, quality grapes are produced making Bersano one of the most important wineries in Piedmont.
Starting Bid: $310.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1968 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo "Grande Annata".
Starting Bid: $185.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1967 Pio Cesare Barolo. John Gilman: "The 1967 Barbaresco from Pio Cesare was consistent with my experience with other bottlings from this large producer. The wine is quite good and shows good typicité, but not quite the precision and transparency of the very first tier producers. However this is still a good drink that has clearly been at its apogee for a few decades, and yet continues to offer plenty of enjoyment. The bouquet is a classic, mature mélange of dark berries, licorice, tar, sous bois, dried herbs and charred wood. When first opened this wine showed a whiff of maderization, but as it sat in bottle and gently acclimated the wine cleaned up nicely. On the palate the wine is fullish, mature and shows good depth, with lovely length and complexity on the slightly blurry finish. This is a well-balanced and pretty wine that is still drinking well, and should continue to offer up at least another five to seven years of good, honest drinking. " (01/2008)
Starting Bid: $170.00

Bid on this bottle of 2007 Paolo Scavino "Rocche dell'Annunziata" Barolo (95RP, 94JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Saving the very best for last, the 2007 Barolo Riserva Rocche dell’Annunziata is a gorgeous expression, with towering varietal characteristics that casts a long shadow. There’s so much going on in the glass: Prune, blackberry, cassis, dried herbs and licorice are beautifully woven together. The wine is firm and crisp in the mouth with perfectly integrated tannins. You can drink this wine in a few years, or decide to keep it for later. (ML)" (06/2013)
Starting Bid: $105.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2015 Renato Ratti "Marcenasco" Barolo (95WS, 92JS, 92RP, 92VN). Wine Spectator: "A deep well of macerated cherry, plum, freshly cut grass, white pepper and tar flavors highlights this dense, muscular red. Quickly goes from enticing to closed down as the beefy tannins ply the finish. All the components are there. *Top 100 Wines of 2019* (BS)" (12/2019)
Starting Bid: $145.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2008 Renato Ratti "Marcenasco" Barolo (93JS, 91VN, 91WS, 90DC). James Suckling: "Relaxed and pretty with Christmas cake and dried fruit character with hints of meringue. Full body, with fine tannins and a berry, spice and milk chocolate character. Subtle and delicious. Complex. So delicious now but better in two or three years. " (07/2012)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 1954 Consorzio Barolo. The new generation of "modernist" winemakers, who strove to produce more immediately pleasurable wines, did not arrive in Barolo until the 1980s. Prior to that, all Barolo was produced in what we now consider to be a traditional manner. The wines were built to last.
Starting Bid: $185.00

Bid on this bottle of 1961 Fontanafredda Barolo. On the 50th anniversary of the vintage, wine writer Richard Jennings gave the wine 94 points: "Bricked medium brown red color with pale meniscus; mature, nutty, dried cherry, raspberry nose; tasty, mature, poised, raspberry, tart cherry, dried cherry palate; long finish (decanted for 3+ hours)." (12/2011)
Starting Bid: $205.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 2012 Giacosa Fratelli "Bussia" Barolo (92JS, 92WS). James Suckling: "A balanced and pretty Barolo with black truffles and dark berry character on the nose. Hints of wet earth. Full body, yet polished and refined. Delicious red already. Drink now or hold." (10/2017)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 2008 Giuseppe e Figlio Mascarello "Monprivato" Barolo (95ST, 95VN, 95WS). Vinous: "Mauro Mascarello’s 2008 Barolo Monprivato is a much more lifted and translucent wine than the 2006 Le Vigne. A wine that needs considerable air, the 2008 only starts to blossom with a few hours in the glass. Monprivato is often quirky, but the 2008 is a real moving target. Just this week alone I have tasted six bottles of the 2008 and found the wine a bit all over the place, especially compared to other wines from the same year. Still, with patience, the 2008 really sings. Ideally, readers should plan on cellaring the 2008 for at least another few years. (AG) 95+ " (11/2014)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 3 liter of 1971 Marchesi di Barolo "Vecchio Maniero" Barolo (3.78L). An outstanding vintage and considered by many to be the vintage of the decade, the 1971 Barolos are fully mature and ready to live up to the legendary reputation of the region. As one of the oldest producers in Piedmont, Marchesi di Barolo has long been a standard-bearer for the traditional Barolo style. This is a spectacular bottle of wine for Barolo collectors or simply for a special someone born in 1971. It's a classic by any measure.
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 5-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1958 Scanavino "Cascina Zoccolaio" Barolo Riserva Speciale, 1-bottle of 1958 Scanavino "Cascina Zoccolaio" Barolo Riserva Speciale, and 3-bottles of 1961 Scanavino "Cascina Zoccolaio" Barolo Riserva Speciale. Of the 1958 Scanavino "Cascina Zoccolaio" Barolo Riserva Speciale, Giovanni Scanavino is a venerable name from a former era and his wines can still deliver the timeless, classic beauty and structure of well-aged Barolo. The Zoccolaio is the estate's riserva bottling.
Starting Bid: $270.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1958 Cossetti Barbaresco. Cossetti has been producing wine in the hills of Monferrato since 1891. Clementina Cossetti is the 4th generation from her family to make wine for this estate. 1957 and 1958 were the top two vintages of the decade in Piedmont.
Starting Bid: $525.00

Bid on this 6-half-bottle lot of 1968 Bersano Barolo (360ml). The history of Bersano begins in the early years of the last century in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d’Asti area. In 1935 Arturo Bersano, a rare man for intelligence and culture, went to work at the winery, which was then family-run. Thanks to his work, his style became the distinctive feature. His motto “if you want to drink well, get yourself a vineyard” proved to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Over the decades, the Massimelli and Soave families (owners of the Casa Vinicola) have consolidated an impressive array of farms where, without forgetting the strength of the traditions, quality grapes are produced making Bersano one of the most important wineries in Piedmont.
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1962 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo. Marchesi di Barolo (which used to be known as Opera Pia Barolo) is one of the region's most historic wineries. Marchesi Falletti was a former proprietor of the estate in the early 1800s and is widely considered to be the creator of what is now known as Barolo. The wines made here were and continue to be Nebbiolos of great breed and complexity.
Starting Bid: $275.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 2012 Cantine Ascheri Barolo (94WS, 92JS). Wine Spectator: "Licorice, cherry and tar notes mark this intense, chewy red, packed with sweet fruit midpalate that offsets the dense, dusty tannins. Shows fine integration and length, with the aftertaste echoing licorice, cherry, tar and mineral details. *Highly Recommended* (BS)" (07/2016)
Starting Bid: $125.00

Bid on this bottle of 2009 Giuseppe e Figlio Mascarello "Monprivato" Barolo (96WE, 94RP, 92ST, 92WS). Wine Enthusiast: "One of Barolo's most iconic bottlings, this shows breeding and elegance despite the extreme heat of the vintage. A beautiful fragrance of red rose, violet and perfumed berry accompanies a whiff of cake spices. The silky palate delivers succulent wild cherry, licorice, white pepper and cinnamon impeccably balanced by supple tannins and fresh acidity. *Cellar Selection* (KO)" (12/2014)
Starting Bid: $138.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1974 Oddero Barolo (92JG). John Gilman: "Here is another excellent old Oddero Barolo, with lovely focus and resolution in evidence on both the nose and palate and a sophisticated palate impression that is the epitome of mature Barolo. The lovely bouquet wafts from the glass in a perfectly à point mélange of cherries, orange rind, sous bois, a touch of fresh rosemary, camphor, gentle tariness and an autumnally smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is deep, fullish and intensely flavored, with a sweet core of fruit, tangy acids, melting tannins and lovely length and grip on the complex and very classy finish. Lovely juice at its zenith from this very fine and dramatically underrated estate." (11/2013)
Starting Bid: $310.00

Bid on this 7-bottle lot of 2013 Arnaldo Rivera (Terre di Barolo) "Undicicomuni" Barolo (93WS, 92JS, 91DC, 90RP, 90WE). Wine Spectator: "The sweet fruit and solid structure play off each other as this evolves. Starts with floral, cherry, strawberry and licorice flavors, melding into the firm, resonant tannins as the finish extends. Complex, balanced and set for a long life. *Highly Recommended, Wine Spectator Top 100 of 2018* (BS)" (11/2018)
Starting Bid: $175.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Fontanafredda "Vigna La Delizia" Barolo. Fontanafredda is a historic estate in the commune of the same name in Piedmont. It has long been regarded as one of the great producers of the region, and has a large range of wines including single-vineyard Barolos, Barbaresco, Dolcetto d'Alba, Barbera d'Alba and Moscato d'Asti. The estate was established in 1858 when the land was purchased by King Vittorio Emanuele II of Sardinia (later the first king of Italy) for Rosa Vercellana, a drum major's daughter with whom he had fallen in love. Rosa was made Countess of Mirafiori and Fontanafredda a year later. The wine business started in 1878 under her management and that of the king's son Emanuele Guerrieri, the Count of Mirafiore.
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 1949 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo in original wood. Marchesi di Barolo (which used to be known as Opera Pia Barolo) is one of the region's most historic wineries. Marchesi Falletti was a former proprietor of the estate in the early 1800s and is widely considered to be the creator of what is now known as Barolo. The wines made here were and continue to be Nebbiolos of great breed and complexity.
Starting Bid: $310.00

Bid on this 3 liter of 1969 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo (3L). No producer in Barolo has deeper roots in the region's history than Marchesi di Barolo. In the early 19th century, "wine from Barolo" was popularized when the Marchese Carlo Tancredi Falletti di Barolo and his wife (Giulia) would serve their estate wines at important diplomatic and royal functions. The cellars and vineyards formerly owned by the Marchesi were purchased by Pietro Abbona in 1929, and his descendants have been making wine there for five generations. In 2018, Forbes.com rated Marchesi di Barolo as one of the best 25 producers in Barolo with this to say: "You would expect some pretty special examples of Barolo with this name, and the winery delivers; especially noteworthy are the Cannubi and the Coste di Rose, as well as the Sarmassa in most years. Somewhat modern in their approach, the Barolos here also pay tribute to the winemaking heritage of this territory; the wines offer excellent ripeness and harmony."
Starting Bid: $295.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2001 Pio Cesare "Ornato" Barolo (95WS, 94RP, 93ST). Wine Spectator: "Aromas of blackberries, licorice and berries follow through to a full-bodied palate, with lots of delicious plum fruit and toasted oak. Lovely finish. Very young. Very refined. (JS)" (02/2006)
Starting Bid: $165.88

Bid on this 3 liter of 1995 Parusso "Bussia Vigna Rocche" Barolo (3L) (91WS, 90RP, 90ST). Wine Spectator: "Light-colored, elegant and refined, made in a subtle style. Medium-bodied, with lovely ripeness and delicate wet earth, floral, toast, plum and blackberry complexity. Firm but sweet tannins. (PM)" (11/1999)
Starting Bid: $195.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2001 Aldo Conterno "Granbussia" Barolo Riserva (95ST, 94RP, 92WS). Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar: "Good full medium red. Very ripe aromas of strawberry, licorice, minerals and truffle, with balsamic and dried floral nuances. Fat, sweet, rich and deep; at once succulent and seamless, with a wonderfully layered texture and great early appeal. Very full without coming across as weighty. The slow-building finish features substantial sweet tannins. 'Shows the magic side of 2001, ' Franco offers. 'It can keep for a long time but it's great right now.' By the way, 2001 was the seventh consecutive vintage in which this wine was bottled, but there will be no '02, '03 or '04. (ST)" (12/2007)
Starting Bid: $370.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1961 Pio Cesare Barolo . Pio Cesare has been producing wines for over 135 years, through five generations in its ancient cellars in the center of the town of Alba. It is still owned and run by his descendants who continue to travel the world promoting their iconic wines. 94 points, Richard Jennings in RJonwine.com: "Light bricked orange red color with 12 millimeter clear meniscus; savory, light meat jus, tart orange, cigar box nose; poised, elegant, tart cherry, tart orange palate with smooth, refined tannins, that changes after one hour to more of a cigar box palate; long finish" (03/2011)
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2006 Domenico Clerico "Ciabot Mentin Ginestra" Barolo (97RP, 96WS, 95ST, 92JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2006 Barolo Ciabot Mentin Ginestra bursts onto the palate with gorgeous, well-delineated aromas and flavors. This is an especially chiseled, finely sculpted, yet exotic Barolo endowed with extraordinary complexity and mouth-filling intensity in its ripe dark plums, mint, violets, sweet spices, soy, tar and minerals. In 2006, the Ciabot combines elegance and power to a degree that is exceedingly rare. It is another superb and truly special Barolo from Domenico Clerico. (AG)" (02/2010)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2004 Conterno Fantino "Vigna Del Gris" Barolo (93ST, 93VN, 92WS). Vinous: "The 2004 Barolo Vigna del Gris is gorgeous. Sweet tobacco, autumn leaves, truffles, cedar, leather and spices all meld together in a super-expressive Barolo that is at the early part of its tertiary stage. Dark cherry, plum and spice-cake notes abound as the 2004 continues to open up in the glass. (AG)" (05/2015)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 3-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 2010 Poderi Luigi Einaudi "Cannubi" Barolo (97WE, 95RP, 94VN, 94WS, 92JS) and 2-bottles of 2015 Poderi Luigi Einaudi "Cannubi" Barolo (95WE, 94DC, 93JS, 93RP, 93VN, 93WS). Of the 2010 Poderi Luigi Einaudi "Cannubi" Barolo, Wine Enthusiast writes: "Enticing scents of rose petals, violet, tilled earth and leather mingle on this wine hailing from the historical heart of the celebrated Cannubi vineyard. The vibrant palate offers crushed dark cherry accented with cinnamon, clove and a touch of vanilla alongside silky tannins. Balanced and loaded with finesse, it will develop more complexity over the next few decades. *Cellar Selection* (KO)" (10/2014)

Bid on this 6-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of 1973 Scanavino Barolo, 2-bottles of 1975 Scanavino Barolo, 1-bottle of 1976 Scanavino Barolo, 1-bottle of 1977 Scanavino Barolo, and 1-bottle of 1979 Scanavino Barolo. Of the 1973 Scanavino Barolo, Giovanni Scanavino is a venerable name from a former era and his wines can still deliver the timeless, classic beauty and structure of well-aged Barolo. The Zoccolaio is the estate's riserva bottling.
Starting Bid: $205.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1968 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo. Marchesi di Barolo (which used to be known as Opera Pia Barolo) is one of the region's most historic wineries. Marchesi Falletti was a former proprietor of the estate in the early 1800s and is widely considered to be the creator of what is now known as Barolo. The wines made here were and continue to be Nebbiolos of great breed and complexity.
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 4-half-bottle lot of 1967 Bersano Barolo (360ml). The history of Bersano begins in the early years of the last century in Nizza Monferrato, the heart of the Barbera d’Asti area. In 1935 Arturo Bersano, a rare man for intelligence and culture, went to work at the winery, which was then family-run. Thanks to his work, his style became the distinctive feature. His motto “if you want to drink well, get yourself a vineyard” proved to be an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Over the decades, the Massimelli and Soave families (owners of the Casa Vinicola) have consolidated an impressive array of farms where, without forgetting the strength of the traditions, quality grapes are produced making Bersano one of the most important wineries in Piedmont.
Starting Bid: $105.00

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