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Jancis Robinson: "45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc, 8% Petit Verdot. Very small vintage (20-25% of the usual crop) due to the hard frost 21 Apr. Serious frost damage to new shoots. Slightly bricky rim but garnet core. Fresh and cedary but less fragrant than the 1996. A little sappy and nutty. Touch of undergrowth on the nose and comes through more on the palate. Dry, fine tannins, fully resolved and sweet. Some sweetness of undergrowth and red fruit. Just enough fruit to be in balance now but I wouldn't keep it much longer. Good fo...
Price: $299.99

90-92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Opaque deep black colour. The nose is sweet and raisiny, quite fragrant and perfumed. The palate is spicy, peppery, quite "bullish" in a way. The Niepport shows more restraint and balance. Slightly dry on the finish - bit this is still an excellent port that should last another decade at least. (NM)" (06/2004) Wine Spectator: "Refined and well crafted. Dark purple, with fresh floral and grapey aromas and flavors. Medium body, medium sweetness and firm tannins. (JS)" (07/1994) K&L Notes: 93 points, Roy Hers...
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1991 Louis Martini "Andretti" Sonoma-Napa Counties Cabernet Sauvignon
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Louis M. Martini is a cornerstone of Napa Valley, founded in 1933 as one of the first wineries in the region after Prohibition. It has crafted world-class Cabernet Sauvignon from the exceptional vineyards of Napa and Sonoma counties for 85 years. Pioneering founder Louis M. Martini played an integral role in establishing Napa Valley as one of the world's premier winegrowing regions. He believed in a simple premise: The best grapes make the best wines. The historic winery, which is owned by E&J Gallo, was restored in 2018-2019 by renowned architect Howard...
Price: $99.99

90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1991 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve is a backward, more elegantly-styled wine than the 1991 regular bottling. It displays intensity, medium body, excellent richness, and a structured personality. Five to six years of cellaring is mandatory given its elevated tannin level. The wine is extremely young and unevolved, yet it promises to last for 15-20 years." (10/1994)
Price: $74.99

96 points John Gilman: "The 1991 Côte Blonde from René Rostaing has long been considered one of his finest wines and at age twenty-three, the wine is at its apogee of peak drinkability and simply stunning. The beautiful bouquet is still fairly youthful and will develop even more complexity with further bottle age, as it delivers a glorious blend of sweet dark berries, intense peppery notes, black olives, new leather, roasted gamebird, forest floor, nutskins and violets. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, complex and quite peppery in personality...
Price: $414.99

Wine Spectator: "Rich and quite powerful for this vintage with its good tannins. But slightly herbaceous on the finish. " (03/1994)
Price: $49.99

Jancis Robinson: "45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 35% Merlot, 12% Cabernet Franc, 8% Petit Verdot. Very small vintage (20-25% of the usual crop) due to the hard frost 21 Apr. Serious frost damage to new shoots. Slightly bricky rim but garnet core. Fresh and cedary but less fragrant than the 1996. A little sappy and nutty. Touch of undergrowth on the nose and comes through more on the palate. Dry, fine tannins, fully resolved and sweet. Some sweetness of undergrowth and red fruit. Just enough fruit to be in balance now but I wouldn't keep it much longer. Good fo...
Price: $269.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "...the wine does offer medium ruby color, a spicy, attractive, bing cherry, vanillin-scented nose, ripe, medium-bodied flavors, light tannin, and adequate depth... (RP)" (02/1994) Wine Spectator: "A floral, fresh wine with light body and a refreshing finish..." (03/1994)
Price: $349.99

87-91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Both of Groth's regular cuvees of Cabernet Sauvignon offer the classic Groth style - sweet, almost intensely opulent fruit flavors, silky tannins, and hedonistic mouthfuls of ripe, herb, coffee, and cassis-flavored Cabernet fruit. The slightly less concentrated 1991 offers copious quantities of fruit in an up-front, precocious style." (06/1992)
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Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1991 Catena Zapata "Estiba Reservada" Agrelo Argentinia. One of Catena Zapata's original premium bottlings, this was one of the wines that introduced to the world the stratospheric quality that Malbec could achieve in the hands of the right winemaker, in this case the inimitable Nicolas Catena. It's also proof today of how age-worthy these wines are/were. In the world of rare and collectible, this is right up there with the best of them.
Starting Bid: $345.00

Bid on this bottle of 1991 Domaine Leroy Clos de Vougeot Grand Cru (94BH, 92RP). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "(opened from personal storage). This has always been a very impressive wine and one that I have watched evolve since the wine's initial release. The spicy and intensely earthy nose is now highly perfumed, complex and completely secondary though there are no hints of sous-bois yet in evidence. There is excellent richness and power to the concentrated, ripe and utterly delicious big-bodied flavors that deliver superb complexity on the ever-so-slightly rustic yet superbly long finish. This is knockout level juice. Tasted many times with consistent notes, indeed I have never had a poor bottle. Note that for my taste this has finally arrived at its peak though only just and well-stored bottles should easily drink well for years to come." (12/2014)
Starting Bid: $1,550.00

Bid on this 2-half-bottle lot of 1991 d'Yquem, Sauternes (375ml). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Served from an ex-chateau bottle. The 1991 Chateau d’Yquem was actually not affected by the frosts like everywhere else in Bordeaux, damaging 30% of the vines, predicating a two-track ripening cycle. This was not too much of a problem to overcome since bunches are picked one by one. Picking commenced on September 19, with half the crop being picked over five days between October 21 and 25 after a spell of intermittent showers. It has a lighter color than the 1995. The nose displays moderate intensity with light waxy scents that would benefit from more vigor. The palate is well-balanced but there is a distinct sense of the wine being a little one-dimensional and it is missing some tension, especially toward the finish. Although this is a commendable Sauternes, there is a bitterness and a slight rawness that cannot be ignored. Still, it deserves a light applause considering the growing seaso
Starting Bid: $290.00

Bid on this bottle of 1991 Wynns "John Riddoch" Cabernet Sauvignon Coonawarra South Australia (93JS). James Suckling: "Very dark and very concentrated, this shows a super dense character that’s been fully expressed. There are leafy, minty regional notes with some autumnal tones finding their way into the wine as it has aged. A core of black currant and black cherry fruit is laced with greener, vegetal elements, some leather and dusty oak. The palate has a strong core, great mid-palate presence and some cedary mature flavors sit around a centerpiece of blueberry and black currant. Acidity is bright, oak has melded nicely and the fine tannins hold sweet berry flavors with impressive length and precision. In a good place and holding fresh in magnum." (06/2015)
Starting Bid: $50.88

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