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Joël Taluau was a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire. All his hand harvested cuvées are based on vine age and soil composition, and the wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel with a light fining and no filtration before bottling.
Price: $49.99

1989 Duckhorn "Three Palms Vineyard" Napa Valley Merlot
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Wine Spectator: "Dense and fruity, with layers of chunky plum, currant and blackberry flavors piling on the palate and expanding on the finish to include hints of anise and toast. An appealing wine." (05/1992)
Price: $69.99

1989 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien (Previously $380) (Previously $380)
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98 points Decanter: "1989 was an early year, with flowering three weeks ahead of usual. Now at 30 years old, a floral aspect curls out of the glass, with touches of roses and peonies, followed on the palate by bilberries and blackberries, with a cigar smoke and eucalyptus finish. It's still vigorous in its tannic structure, but it's soft and supple enough to enjoy today. This bottle was recorked by hand at the winery last year, with five people checking every single one of the 5,000 bottles remaining at the chateau. The wines were topped up from magnums ...
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97 points James Suckling: "Dense and amazing with a thick mouthfeel and so much dried apple, apricot, and lemon character. It's long, sweet and intense. So much going on here. Love it. Love the 1989 vintage for Sauternes." (12/2012) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "After a period of prolonged disjointedness, this wine has pulled itself together. The color is deep straw, and the wine displays an intense perfume of creme brulee custard, baked apple pie, and sweet, ripe pineapples and pears. Full-bodied, rich, alcoholic, and fat, with low acidity...
Price: $99.99

100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Both La Mission-Haut-Brion and Haut-Brion hit home runs in this vintage, which did not produce as many profound wines as the Bordeaux publicity machine suggested. 1989, the 200th anniversary of the French revolution, was an incredibly hot year (surpassed only by 1990 and 2003). Even from barrel the seamless 1989 La Mission revealed a special elixir aspect, tasting like it had been designed by Chanel. It still possesses a blue/purple color with only a hint of garnet creeping in, and the explosive aromatics offer ...
Price: $2,699.99

This little-known property makes super-value, old-school wines. Clive Coates sings its praises in the Wines of Bordeaux: "The vineyard, in the process of being enlarged, lies on the Grand Poujeaux plateau. The estate, which has belonged to the same family for 150 years, is run on biological lines, the wine being matured in one-third new oak. There is more character and less of a four-square tendency here than is found at many of its neighbors. A wine to watch."
Price: $89.99



90 points Wine Spectator: "A gorgeous, seductive wine now, and should improve with age. Aromas of roses, berries and cherries. Full-bodied, round in texture, with lots of tobacco, cherry and vanilla flavors. Long, caressing finish. (JS)" (05/1999) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 is terrific. Purple-colored, with a huge nose of cassis, licorice, and smoky oak, this fleshy, huge wine is loaded with fruit, glycerin, and tannin. (RP)" (02/1993)
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1989 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Conti Grand Cru (4cm fill-signs of past seepage) (Previously $17500) (Previously $17500)
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97 points Wine Spectator: "Firm, intense and tannic, this young, backward, tightly wound wine matches richness and concentration with subtlety and finesse. Loads of berry and cherry-scented flavors have a touch of spice and anise, and the flavors fan out on the finish. Lay this away. " (10/1992) 93 points Allen Meadows - Burghound: "This particular bottle was, not surprisingly, quite floral but there is also a bit of a green streak on the nose and while almost all RC's have it to some degree, this is more prominent than usual and in my experience, rela...
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90 points Wine Spectator: "All elegance and fine texture. Beautiful aromas of milk chocolate and ripe berries. Full- to medium-bodied, with silky tannins and a sweet fruit, chocolate aftertaste. Hard to resist now. (JS)" (05/1999) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Dark plum/garnet with an aroma comprised of underbrush, compost, mushroom, fruitcake, sweet, exotic cherries, and Asian spice, this medium-bodied, relatively hard and angular-styled Pavie is a lot younger than the 1990 and a candidate for two decades of cellaring. (RP)" (01/2002)
Price: $399.99

98 points Decanter: "Beautiful, rich and still extremely young, this is Lafite at its gulpable, elegant, sculpted, age-defying best. Deeply-spiced cassis notes are joined by touches of cedar - the result of a dry year that saw one of the earliest harvests since 1898. The grapes were picked with high alcohol and ripe tannins and they have absolutely lasted, and will continue to do so. The tannins are cradling the fruit, barely perceptible and yet still fully in control. Drinking Window 2018 - 2040 (JA)" (05/2018) 97 points James Suckling: "Château Lafit...

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Fieuzal's 1989 exhibits a deep ruby/purple color with some lightening at the edge. This lavishly-oaked wine displays copious quantities of toasty new oak as well as earth/herb-tinged red and black currant fruit in its moderately intense bouquet. On the palate, the wine reveals medium body, low acidity, and elevated tannin in the finish. It is a more compact, leaner style of wine than its slightly sweeter, fleshier sibling, the 1990. (RP)" (12/1997)
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Bid on this bottle of 1989 Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan (100JG, 100JS, 100RP, 100VN, 100WS). Vinous: "The 1989 Haut-Brion remains one of the outstanding achievements of the decade, and it consistently flirts with perfection. I was fortunate to taste the wine three times over the space of six months, though this tasting note comes from a bottle poured at the château by Jean-Philippe Delmas – the first time I had ever tasted an ex-château bottle. It is a fabulous wine. Showing little maturity in terms of bricking, it has a fabulous bouquet of graphite, clove and tobacco aromas that burst from the glass, perhaps with a little more amplitude than others I have tasted. The palate is perfectly balanced, displaying amazing depth and perfect acidity, and (unsurprisingly, given its provenance) youthful and seemingly with many chapters to go. More floral elements emerge with time: violets on the nose and then later, a taste of eau-de-vie toward the finish. An astonishing wine that will give many m
Starting Bid: $1,600.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 La Gaffeliere, St-Emilion. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 displays an enthralling bouquet of black-cherries, spring flowers, minerals and toasty new oak. Medium to full-bodied, it possesses good acidity for the vintage, soft tannins, and a long, velvety, rich finish. This is a stylish yet authoritative La Gaffeliere. (RP)" (02/1993)
Starting Bid: $80.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1989 Domaine Aleth Le Royer-Girardin Beaune 1er Cru "Clos des Mouches". Aleth Girardin is a member of one of Beaune's most prominent families, the daughter of Armand Girardin. Having married the actor Michel Le Royer, she changed the name of the domaine to Le Royer-Girardin. However, having some time thereafter divorced the actor, she changed the name back to simply Aleth Girardin. Her holdings in Beaune's spectacular Clos des Mouches vineyard total just .35 hectares, but the wine is an outstanding representation of the structure and depth that make this one of the most respected sites in the appellation.
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 1989 Domaine Aleth Le Royer-Girardin Pommard 1er Cru "Rugiens". Aleth Girardin is a member of one of Beaune's most prominent families, the daughter of Armand Girardin. Having married the actor Michel Le Royer, she changed the name of the domaine to Le Royer-Girardin. However, having some time thereafter divorced the actor, she changed the name back to simply Aleth Girardin. Her holdings in Pommard's spectacular Les Rugiens vineyard total just .41 hectares, but the wine is an outstanding representation of the structure and depth that make this one of the most respected sites in the appellation.
Starting Bid: $250.00

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