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These library wines from Lakespring Winery have immaculate provenance and were purchased directly from the original owner of the property. They have spent the past few decades in commercial wine storage and were hand-delivered to K&L and inspected bottle by bottle. As with all old wines the corks can be fragile and we recommend using a Durand opener or other ah-so style opener for best results. The wines may also contain natural sediment.
Price: $99.95



Al and Boots Brounstein founded Diamond Creek Vineyards in 1968. The three vineyards Brounstein planted have produced some of the most long-lived, elegant wines from the state of California, wines that make the case "that Diamond Creek is the finest producer of Cabernet Sauvignon in America," according to wine writer Pierre DuMont. This bottling comes from the eight-acre Volcanic Hill vineyard, which has ashy volcanic soils deposited by the eruption of Mt. Konocti eight million years ago. The wines from this site are Diamond Creek's longest lived, "loade...
Price: $189.99


1989 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Romanée-Conti Grand Cru (4cm fill-signs of past seepage)
Top Pick!
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...
Price: $17,499.99

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

1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac
Top Pick!
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. (JA)" (05/2018) 97 points James Suckling: "I have never been a huge fan of this Lafi...
Price: $999.00

100 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This is the most immense and large-scaled Haut-Brion Blanc I have ever tasted. Jean Delmas, administrator of the Dillon properties, justifiably felt the 1989 fully replicated the fleshy, chewy texture of a great Grand Cru white Burgundy. Only 600 cases were made of this deep yellow/gold-colored, rich, alcoholic, sumptuous wine. It is amazingly full and long in the mouth, with a very distinctive mineral, honeyed character. The low acidity would seemingly suggest a shorter life than normal, but I am convinced this...
Price: $2,099.99


100 points John Gilman: "It had been more than a decade since I last tasted a bottle of the 1989 Haut-Brion (having absolutely zero interest in opening any bottles out of my cellar before this wine has fully apogee), so I was very happy to see it on display at the Hart-Davis-Hart tasting. This is a brilliant wine that has not lost an iota of its luster as it has aged, soaring from the glass in a brilliantly pure and bottomless bouquet of cassis, dark berries, cigar smoke, a very complex base of dark soil tones, Cuban cigars, fresh herbs and a refined bas...

Robert Parker writes: "Chapoutier's aim is to produce an exceptionally perfumed, soft, elegant cuvee of Cote Rotie, and a luxury cuvee that takes Cote Rotie's black-raspberry, exotic fruitiness and elegance to the limits of intensity, a la Marcel Guigal's La Mouline."
Price: $269.99

Wine Spectator: "If you taste carefully you'll find hints of honeyed botrytis in this wine, evidence of noble rot. Otherwise, there are coffee, earthy currant, black olive and herbal notes. Drinking well for its style. (JL)" (08/1999)
Price: $119.99

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. Anticipated maturity: 1999-2010. (RP)" (12/1997)
Price: $119.99

1989 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien
Top Pick!
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 ...
Price: $379.99

A Cru Bourgeois property that excels for its classification, Lilian Ladouys is annually one of the steals of any given vintage, and cellared bottlings can be a prime opportunity to experience the sublime grace of aged Bordeaux without breaking the bank. 1989 was the first vintage under the ownership of Christian Thiéblot, a move that noted French wine authority Clive Coates marks as a turning point for the château, setting a standard which continues today: "From the very first vintage under the Thiéblot regime, it established itself in the top rank of Sa...
Price: $119.99

1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac Ex-Chateau Release
Top Pick!
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. (JA)" (05/2018) 97 points James Suckling: "I have never been a huge fan of this Lafi...
Price: $1,249.99

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." (05/99) According to Robert Parker: "The 1989 displays a deep ruby/garnet color with no signs of amber at the edge. It offers up an exotic, spicy, fruitcake, earthy, chocolatey nose with sweet woodsy aromas in the background. Long and youthful, with noticeably hard tannin, this medium-bodied, concentrated 1989 appears to be a slowly evolving...
Price: $4,655.00

92 points Decanter: "A lovely, classic example of a fully mature St-Julien, replete with ripe berry fruits and tannins that whisper rather than shout. You’re pulling up a chair right by the fireside here, where the embers are still warm. Coffee, cedar and sandalwood take the lead over brambly black fruits. This is lovely, but unquestionably fully evolved and open. (JA)" (10/2018) 92 points Wine Spectator: "A delicious, well-structured Bordeaux, with plenty of ripe fruit, beautiful berry, green tobacco and cherry character. Full-bodied, adding velvety t...
Price: $249.99

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Bernard Burgaud Côte-Rôtie.
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Bodegas Alejandro Fernandez Tinto Pesquera Crianza Ribero del Duero (96RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 Tinto Pesquera is still a remarkable purple color. Succulent on the palate and impeccably balanced, this lengthy effort has many years of life remaining. The venerable Alejandro Fernandez is still in full-form well into his 70s, ably assisted by two of his daughters. He jokes that he is still the king of his domain because all of his children are female as are all of his grandchildren. Over the years, Fernandez has expanded his operations into other regions, some of which we tasted on this occasion. The Bodega produces a lot of wine but the quality remains very high. The Pesquera Millenium label is so-named because the wine is totally aged in French oak. (JM)" (06/2010)
Starting Bid: $105.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Spottswoode Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "In 1989, rain occurred before and during the harvest, causing panic in Northern California, where rain is rarely an issue after March and before mid-November. This was a surprisingly delicious, up-front, in-your-face style of wine, with loads of ripe black and red currant fruit, spring flowers, soft tannins, a medium to full body, not much complexity, but it is a delicious, sensual, fruit-driven wine that seems fully mature and capable of holding on for another 5-6 years. (RP)" (08/2016)
Starting Bid: $79.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Paul Jaboulet Aîné "Thalabert" Crozes-Hermitage. 90 points Wine Spectator: "Exuberantly fruity and dense in flavor, with blackberry jam and pepper notes gushing out in the aromas and continuing through the long finish. Hints of spice, butter and vanilla from oak aging lend it complexity. Has firm tannins, and is well balanced..." (07/91) 90 points Robert Parker: "A dark ruby/garnet-colored wine, the 1989 offers up an intense bouquet of sweet, cedary spices, olives, and black fruits. It is lush, richly fruity, and full-bodied, with plenty of glycerin and sweet tannin in the finish. Anticipated maturity: now-2004." (Rhone Book, 1997)
Starting Bid: $51.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Montrose, St-Estèphe (100RP, 99JS, 96WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "For many years I have vehemently argued that the 1989 Montrose is a benchmark wine for the estate. Having tasted it several times over the last couple of months, I have never found a single occasion to alter that view. Tasted at the vertical in London, it continues to shine, having never lost any of its luster in recent years. It is a blend of 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc that was picked from 11 to 28 September. Lucid in color, the aromatics do not hold back with vibrant blackberry, blueberry and black truffle, hints of sous-bois, all with sensational precision that few can match in this vintage (indeed, its precision lends it a veneer of modernity since "precision" is now more commonplace across Bordeaux). The palate is brilliantly balanced with filigree tannin. There is wonderful backbone here, extremely fresh and tensile, crystalline even with an exceptio
Starting Bid: $325.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1989 Paolo Scavino "Cannubi" Barolo (96RP, 95VN, 94WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Scavino's three 1989 Barolos are spectacular. The 1989 Barolo Cannubi is a legend in the making. Its spectacular nose of sweet black fruits, licorice, grilled meats, and smoky new oak is followed by a wine with immense richness, stunning opulence, a multidimensional personality, and a spectacularly long, well-delineated finish. Approachable now, it promises to drink well and even improve for another 15-20 years. These are the finest Barolos I have tasted from Scavino. (RP)" (04/1994)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1989 Alain Graillot "Les Guiraude" Crozes-Hermitage (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of the top wines of the vintage, possessing an opaque ruby/purple color, a sensational bouquet of licorice, Provencal herbs, vanillin, black cherries, and black raspberries, Graillot's 1989 La Guiraude could easily be confused with one of the better examples of Hermitage. In the mouth this multidimensional wine is impressively concentrated and displays more oak than the regular cuvee. Full-bodied, with super length and riveting depth, it is a superb expression of the Syrah grape. A winemaking tour de force! Bravo! (RP)" (12/1996)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Niebaum-Coppola "Rubicon" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend. Lovers of Inglenook's old wines will recognize the name Niebaum, which refers to that winery's founder, a sea captain named Gustave Niebaum. Francis Coppola acquired much of the property and began reconstructing the estate back in the mid-1970s. Located in Rutherford, this is an exemplary place for Bordeaux varietals in California. The name "Rubicon" is a classical reference to Caesar's march on Rome--'the crossing of the Rubicon'--meant to suggest a point of no return, appropriate for Niebaum-Coppola's flagship production. A proprietary blend, this is predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon from the estate's prime vineyard blocks planted to the original Niebaum Cabernet clone, with only small amounts of Merlot and Cabernet Franc.
Starting Bid: $67.00

Bid on this 4-half-bottle lot of 1989 Kalin Cellars "Cuvée d'Or" Livermore Valley White (375ml). Robert Parker writes: "The idiosyncratic Terry Leighton, who has produced some magnificent wines that have stood the test of time for nearly two decades, releases his wines 2-10 years later than most producers. I have always loved them, and I have been remiss in not reporting on them as frequently as I should. He often makes what may be the finest Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon in California."
Starting Bid: $68.02

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Huët "Clos du Bourg" Vouvray Moelleux Première Trie .
Starting Bid: $270.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1989 Champalou Vouvray.
Starting Bid: $92.00

Bid on this 5-half-bottle lot of 1989 Mayne des Carmes, Sauternes (375ml). Of the 1989 Mayne des Carmes, Sauternes (375ml),Wine Spectator writes: "An earthy character influences the fig, honey and walnut flavors in this medium-weight wine." (06/1992)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1989 Domaine la Roquette Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Starting Bid: $70.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 Cabernet Sauvignon-Alexander Valley exhibits a spicy, vanillin, and black olive-scented nose, rich, velvety, medium to full-bodied flavors, low acidity, and a long, lush, jammy fruit-filled finish. It does not possess any of the hard tannin or hollowness that plague many 1989s. (RP)" (10/1993)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1989 Chateau de la Font du Loup Châteauneuf-du-Pape.
Starting Bid: $70.00