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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1967 Ausone, St-Emilion (90VN). Vinous: "The 1967 Ausone was one of the pleasant surprises of the tasting although that was not totally unexpected because the wines proved much better on the Right Bank than the Left Bank this year. It has a fascinating, well defined bouquet with blackberry, leather and camphor, touches of black truffle emerging with time. You have to commend the vigour here after more than half a century. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin and impressive density. Fresh and lively, yet unapologetically 'old school,' it displays fine length with a savoury, meaty, desiccated orange peel finish that completes a very decent 1967 Saint-Émilion. Tasted at the Ausone vertical in London. (NM)" (03/2018)
Starting Bid: $430.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Borgogno Barolo Riserva (92JS). James Suckling: "This was a fascinating old wine still holding its own. It came from an old cellar and was drunk with company in Hong Kong. It showed dried tobacco and cedar along with dried fruits. On the palate, it was full-bodied and velvety. A great offering for such an old Barolo. " (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $125.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Oddero Barolo (93JG). John Gilman: "I wrote a fair bit about the superb Oddero Baroli from this era back in October of 2010, when reporting on a comparative tasting of the legendary 1971, 1964 and 1958 vintages in the Langhe. I love the Oddero wines from this era (not that the new releases are not anything but superb as well!) and these are some of the best-kept secrets out there today for Barolo from this era. The 1967 is a beautiful and utterly refined bottle of mature Barolo, offering up a very complex and captivating bouquet of cherries, oranges, woodsmoke, gamebirds, coffee, oregano, gentle tariness and leather. On the palate the wine is deep, pure and seamless, with its full-bodied format perfectly resolved today. The wine has superb intensity at the core, excellent complexity and focus and a very long, tangy and beautifully balanced finish. This is a superb bottle of Barolo at its peak of maturity. 93+" (07/2014)
Starting Bid: $80.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Latour, Pauillac (94JG). John Gilman: "There are a few wines from the 1967 vintage that simply transcend the growing season (Pétrus, Trotanoy and Latour immediately come to mind) and this is another vintage of Latour that used to fly below the radar and offer up outstanding drinking to those savvy enough to look for the wine. The bouquet on this most recent bottle was complex, classic and wide open, wafting from the glass in a fine, meaty blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar ash, gravel, black truffles, cigar smoke and a nice touch of coffee bean in the upper register. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nicely suave on the attack, with excellent purity and soil signature, a fine core, melting tannins and fine length and grip on the complex and still nicely tangy finish. I have been drinking this wine since the mid-1980s with great pleasure, but it continues to cruise along without a care in the world and has many decades of life still ahead of
Starting Bid: $411.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac. Clive Coates: "Medium mature colour. No undue age. Soft, mature - but by no means aged nose. Still elegant: very subtle. I prefer this to the 1970. It has more style. Now very soft, and never very intense or concentrated. but balanced. Fresh and round and most enjoyable. Good fruit. Good complexity. Still most attractive. Full of interest. Tasted 1992." (Grand Vins, The Finest Châteaux of Bordeaux and their Wines, pg. 52)
Starting Bid: $290.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Francesco Rinaldi & Figli Barolo (94JG). John Gilman: "1967 is one of my absolute favorite vintages in the Langhe for current consumption and the ’67 Francesco Rinaldi e Figli Barolo is a stunning example of this very underrated year. The celestial nose offers up a complex and classy mélange of black cherries, licorice, pungent roses, road tar, spit-roasted gamebirds, complex soil tones and a topnote of bonfires. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and absolutely à point, with a great core of pure fruit, melting tannins, bright acids and simply stunning length and grip on the focused and impeccably balanced finish. Just a great bottle of fully mature Barolo at its zenith!" (07/2010)
Starting Bid: $142.66

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Clos Fourtet, St. Emilion. Clos Fourtet, known as Camp Fourtet or Camfourtet in the Middle Ages, was once a fort designed to protect the town of Saint-Émilion. The sturdy walls from that period still enclose the manor house of the estate, which was built in the 18th Century, around the time winemaking began on the property.
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 1967 Giacomo Borgogno & Figli "Antichi Vigneti Propri" Barolo Riserva. From the personally owned old-vine holdings of one of the oldest winemaking houses in Piedmont. In fact, the Barolo of Borgogno was the wine chosen for the official celebration lunch of Italy's unity in 1861. Nebbiolo is the "king of wines" for a reason — it can age with the best grapes, especially in notable vintages like 1967.
Starting Bid: $75.00