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The item above is not in stock and must be special ordered from the distributor. Due to the high cost of the bottle, delivery can take a bit longer than usual as all bottles must be picked up from storage and hand-delivered by the distributor. We cannot guarantee availability. All special orders are final and non-refundable once charged.
Price: $3,799.99

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Stag's Leap Wine Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Decanter: "This was the wine that trumped various Bordeaux first growths at Steven Spurrier’s ‘Judgment of Paris’ tasting in 1976. Apart from damaging Gallic pride, the result astonished observers as the wine had been made from vines that were only planted in 1970. When the event was replicated in London and Napa in 2006, this wine took second place, behind Ridge’s Monte Bello 1971. (Ironically, at a 1986 rematch in New York, also organised by Spurrier, a bottle of the Monte Bello was considered past its best.) Indeed, in 2006 the five top places were taken by Californian wines. In 2011, Warren Winiarski, the then owner, said: ‘The 1973 still embodies a lovely, living, fleshly reminder of the fruit we harvested with so much hope and joy 35 years ago.’ A bottle is in the Smithsonian Museum of American History." (12/2011)
Starting Bid: $1,000.00

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Clos du Val Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. 91 points, Richard Jennings: "Bricked red color with clear meniscus; nice cassis, mushroom nose; mature, leather, mushroom palate; medium finish." (RJonWine.com, 2/2010) After a two-year search commissioned by American businessman John Goelet to find a new site with potential for making world-class wines, French-born winemaker Bernard Portet chose what would eventually be called the Stags Leap District of Napa Valley for its cool evenings and terrain. The 150-acre parcel that Goelet purchased became Clos du Val, a "small estate of a small Valley." Producing classically styled wines of balance, elegance and complexity has been the winery's goal ever since. From a legendary vintage for California Cabernet, this Clos du Val is rare and very special.
Starting Bid: $55.00

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