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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: $1,050.00

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Simi Reserve Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. First established in 1876 by brothers Giuseppe and Pietro Simi, this is one of the first vintages produced at the winery under the leadership of Isabelle Simi after the repeal of Prohibition.
Starting Bid: $45.00

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Louis Latour Chateau Corton Grancey. Jasper Morris, MW writes: "Maison Louis Latour is one of the best known merchants and négociants in Beaune and has a reputation for producing whites of quality and individuality. The company owns over 45 hectares of prime vineyards, including a major holding on the famous Corton hill. The Mâcon Genièvres is one of the true bargains in Burgundy today, exhibiting ripe fruit, poise and elegance. The Latour family, growers in the Côte de Beaune since at least 1731, arrived in Aloxe in 1768, acquiring several vineyards on and around the hill of Corton. They thrived sufficiently in the 19th century that they were able to buy the négociant business of Lamarosse Père et Fils in Beaune (18 rue des Tonneliers, still the base of Maison Louis Latour) in 1867, while in 1890 they bought the Château de Corton Grancey, its cuverie and 17 hectares of vineyards from the Comte de Grancey whose vinous holdings had suffered badly from phylloxe
Starting Bid: $35.00

Bid on this bottle of 1973 Ricasoli "Brolio" Chianti Classico. Monica Larner writes: "Francesco Ricasoli presides over one of Chianti Classico's most successful wineries during what is one of the most exciting moments in its long history. The blending formula for making wines in the Chianti area was invented by Baron Bettino Ricasoli and the beautifully imposing Castello di Brolio is an architectural symbol of the entire Chianti Classico region. Arguably, no other estate in the region carries more historical weight. Under Francesco's leadership, Barone Ricasoli has completed an ambitious soil study project to better understand nearby growing conditions. Some 19 distinct subzones exist on the Brolio property alone."
Starting Bid: $24.50

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1973 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac. Chris Kissack's TheWineDoctor.com: "Phillippe Rothschild called it '...the monstrous injustice' of Mouton's second growth status. For years the labels stated simply 'Premier ne puis, second ne daigne, Mouton suis,' or 'First I cannot be, second I do not deign to be, I am Mouton.' It was clear from the great vintages produced in the 1860s and 1870s that the 1855 classification was already outdated, and that change was long overdue. But no such review of this classification will ever take place, and it was only thanks to the tireless campaigning of Philippe that Jacques Chirac, then Minister of Agriculture, passed a decree conferring the status of first growth upon Mouton-Rothschild in 1973. At last the wrong had been righted, and from then on Mouton's labels bore a new inscription, 'Premier je suis, second je fus. Mouton ne change,' or 'First I am, second I was. Mouton does not change.'"
Starting Bid: $470.00

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