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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Medium ruby with no signs of age, this wine offered up a light intensity, spicy, elegant, innocuous bouquet, exhibited ripe, medium-bodied, attractive flavors, and a compact, angular finish. (RP)" (03/1992)
Price: $109.99

Twenty-eight years old at the time, Tom Dehlinger planted the initial 14 acres in 1975. He was one of the first winemakers to revive western Sonoma County as a wine-growing region after Prohibition. Today, Dehlinger remains an independent and family-owned/operated winery known for its quality wines with a focus on entirely estate-grown grapes. Dehlinger's Cabernets are known to be complex and full of character and typically resemble classic Bordeaux.
Price: $349.99

92 points Wine Spectator: "No tasting note given." (10/1986) K&L Notes: According to the Wine Spectator: "For most wine lovers, the Inglenook that thrived under the leadership of visionary owner John Daniel Jr. is a distant and fading memory, if it registers at all. The man who dedicated his life to uncommonly high winemaking standards died years ago, broken, bitter and disillusioned after financial hard times forced him to sell this Napa Valley treasure. But those who have had the opportunity to taste Daniel's Inglenook Cabernets know that they are am...
Price: $99.99

1981 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (Previously $370) (Previously $370)
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92 points John Gilman: "The 1981 vintage of Pichon-Lalande continues to just cruise along in its plateau of maturity and is drinking beautifully, as it has been doing already for a couple of decades! At our vertical tasting this really showed well, offering up a middleweight and intensely flavored format and lovely complexity on both the nose and palate. The bouquet is a refined blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar smoke, a touch of toffee, gravelly soil tones, tobacco leaf, menthol and a deft touch of new wood. On the palate the wine is medium-full, p...
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1981 Canon, St-Emilion
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According to the Wine Spectator: "...Medium-red in color with a garnet rim, showing some fruit but a rather grassy, herbal character... close to outstanding. Drinkable now." (04/95)
Price: $129.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has always been one of the sexiest, most delicious wines from the 1981 vintage. It still possesses a dark ruby/purple color. While the 1981 is less powerful than the 1982 and 1983, it reveals copious quantities of sweet black currant fruit, good flesh for the vintage, and a pure, nicely-textured and balanced style. (RP)" (01/1998) Wine Spectator: "Harmonious and delicious. Entices with aromas of spice and fruit. Medium in body, with medium, velvety tannins and a tobacco, berry aftertaste." (11/1997) K&L Notes: We ...
Price: $699.99

1981 Siran, Margaux (3L) (Pre-Arrival) (Pre-Arrival)
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Reconditioned at the property in last ten years-direct from property. Great party size.
Price: $319.99

Bid on this bottle of 1981 Belgrave, Haut Medoc. The Wine Cellar Insider: "Chateau Belgrave is situated in Haut Medoc, just west of Beychevelle in St. Julien. It is also next door to Chateau Lagrange, which is also in St. Julien. The Left Bank chateau is managed by Dourthe, who is owned by the large negociant CBGB. Dourthre began leasing the property in 1979. The lease was renegotiated in 2000...The large, 59 hectare, Haut Medoc, Bordeaux vineyard of Chateau Belgrave has a terroir of deep gravel with clay, sand and limestone deposits in the soils. The vineyard is planted to 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 42% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot with a vine density that ranges from 6,500 vines per hectare to 10,000 vines per hectare, depending on the parcel."
Starting Bid: $40.00

Bid on this bottle of 1981 Clos du Val Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. After a two-year mission commissioned by American businessman John Goelet to find a new site with potential for making world-class wines, French-born winemaker Bernard Portet found and 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 purchases 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.
Starting Bid: $40.00

Bid on this bottle of 1981 Quarles Harris Late Bottled Vintage Port. Mark Squires shared the following insights about Quarles Harris' LBVs: "Said Rupert Symington (Joint Managing Director, Symington Family Estates) to me: 'We have two distinct approaches to LBV: Warre and Smith Woodhouse, which offer bottle-aged ‘traditional’ LBV’s which are neither fined nor filtered, so that they will age in bottle much like a Vintage Port, but with an earlier maturation due to the extra years in wood. These are bottled after four years in wood. Graham, Dow and Cockburn offer a ‘modern’ style LBV which has been fined to remove sediment and which is bottled at 4/5 years ready to drink.'"
Starting Bid: $30.00

Bid on this 1.5 liter 2-bottle lot of 1981 Mayacamas California Chardonnay (1.5L). Mayacamas Vineyards already had a long and storied history when Robert and Elinor Travers bought the winery and property in 1968, but it was under the Travers' leadership that some of California's most legendary wines were made.
Starting Bid: $100.00

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