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Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2005 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (96JD, 96W&S, 96WE, 95DC, 95VN, 94ST, 94WS, 93RP). Wine Enthusiast: "A great, classic Pauillac, with its dark, dense, almost black currant flavors stirred together with immense tannins. The layers of dryness, fresh fruits, acidity and ripeness are all coming together into a magnificent structure. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (06/2008)

Bid on this magnum of 2006 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (1.5L) (98RP, 97WE, 96ST, 95DC, 95JS, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A sensational effort, the 2006 Mouton Rothschild exhibits an opaque purple color as well as a classic Mouton perfume of creme de cassis, flowers, blueberries, and only a hint of oak. Dalhuin told me that in whisky barrel-tasting vintages such as 1989 and 1990, Mouton was aged in heavily-toasted barrels, and they have backed off to a much lighter toast for the barrels’ interior. I think this has worked fabulously well with the cassis quality fruit they get from their Cabernet Sauvignon. The full-bodied, powerful 2006 possesses extraordinary purity and clarity. A large-scaled, massive Mouton Rothschild that ranks as one of the top four or five wines of the vintage, it may turn out to be the longest-lived wine of the vintage by a landslide. (RP) 98+" (02/2009)

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Carruades de Lafite, Pauillac (95JS, 94RP, 93WS, 92WE, 91JG, 90ST). James Suckling: "This smells like a bouquet of flowers with blueberries and currants and spices. Full body, yet agile and refined. So fine and pretty. It's balanced and in harmony. Savory. A smoky, decadent and meat undertone. Try in 2016." (11/2013)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2016 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (97JS, 97RP, 97VN, 97WS, 96DC, 95JD, 95WE). Vinous: "The 2016 Lynch-Bages delivers on its promise from barrel with an intense blackberry, cedar and mineral-driven bouquet that actually reminds me of Lafite-Rothschild. A faint dark chocolate scent makes a brief appearance. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannin, pure black fruit and a velvety texture. There is wonderful structure and focus on the finish, followed by a persistent saline aftertaste. This is an outstanding Lynch-Bages, easily the best since the twin titans of 1989 and 1990. (NM)" (01/2019)

Bid on this 5-bottle lot of 2011 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (96WE, 95JS, 93RP, 92JG, 92WS). Wine Enthusiast: "So smooth, this is a rich, grandiose wine. Although it is full of black currant fruits and spice flavors, the texture is most impressive. Dusty tannins are integrated with juicy fruits seamlessly. The purest fruit flavors are allied to linear tannins in a precise yet generous way. The wine is evolving beautifully, but do not drink before 2020. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (05/2014)
Starting Bid: $477.11

Bid on this bottle of 1982 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (98DC, 97RP, 97VN, 96JS, 95ST). Decanter: "As with the last time I drank this wine two years ago, it is still full of life and energy, with that classic Lafite quality of effortless drinkability. Utterly moreish, it has an amazing cinnamon-edged spice, rich and slightly exotic with brick-red colouring. To recap what we all know to have been a great season, 1982 saw a dry and mild spring, allowing an excellent flowering followed by a dry and hot summer with regular small showers and fresher nights in August. It was an easy harvest that saw an early and large crop, and in the vat rooms they say, it smelt of hot fruit jam. Baron Eric's memories say it all: 'The last day of harvest was a Friday and we knew right away how good the fruit in the tanks was. Everyone was in a great mood, the whole harvest felt like fun.' (JA)" (05/2018)
Starting Bid: $1,800.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2006 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (94DC, 94WE, 93RP, 92JG, 92JS, 92WS, 91VN, 90W&S). Wine Enthusiast: "Year after year, Lynch-Bages is able to produce sumptuous wines, typically rich, powerful and structured. This is solid, the blackberry ripe fruit enveloping this structure with a velvet sheen. This is developing into one of the successes of the vintage. (RV)" (03/2009)

Bid on this bottle of 1982 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (100DC, 100JG, 100RP, 100VN, 98WS, 95ST). Vinous: "Another dazzling wine, the 1982 Pichon Lalande is utterly profound from the very first taste. In the glass, the 1982 is powerful and explosive, with seemingly endless layers of flavor that continue to unfurl over time. Vivid, intensely aromatic and seamless, the 1982 has enough pedigree and depth to drink well for at least several decades. What a wine! (AG)" (10/2017)

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (98DC, 97JS, 95JG, 93WS). 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)
Starting Bid: $510.00

Bid on this half-bottle of 1966 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (375ml) (94VN). Vinous: "The 1966 Lafite-Rothschild is a wine that I have tasted twice before and it remains one of my favorite vintages from the period, even though as the Four Seasons First Growth dinner illustrated, not every bottle hits the spot. This bottle in Hong Kong ranks amongst the best that I have ever encountered. I notice quite wide bricking on the rim but it is clear in color. The bouquet is gentle, clean and pure, almost Burgundy-like in style: a divine perfume that might lack the horsepower of the 1966 Latour, yet is classically styled and disarmingly detailed. The palate is medium-bodied, with a satisfying weight in the mouth. Self-aware that it does not have to exert too much to satisfy, the 1966 delivers an entrancing piquancy toward the finish. It benefits from aeration, gaining weight and density and after a couple of hours in the glass, it is overflowing with vigor and tension, whilst upholding its class
Starting Bid: $361.42

Bid on this bottle of 1998 Carruades de Lafite, Pauillac (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has become one of the finest second wines produced. The 1998 (a blend of 61% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 4.5% Cabernet Franc, and 1.5% Petit Verdot) is an outstanding effort. While very Lafite-like (although more supple and forward), it exhibits a dense ruby/purple color in addition to an excellent bouquet of black fruits, smoke, earth, and minerals, supple tannin, an excellent texture, and a long, fine finish. (RP)" (04/2001)
Starting Bid: $160.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2006 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (94DC, 92RP, 92ST, 92WS, 90VN). Decanter: "Deep, rich and a little more brash than its opposite neighbour. Far from being ready, this is only just starting to soften, but colour, tannins and aromatics remain right at the starting gate. Spice is evident on the palate, as is cocoa powder and charcoal. The dark fruit runs deep with a strong grip that suggests lots of potential and a lively pH. (JA)" (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2005 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (99DC, 98JS, 98RP, 98VN, 98WS, 95WE). Decanter: "Deep bright ruby, superconcentrated and extremely vertical, this Mouton is only starting to open up after which it will plateau for another 50 years or so of outstanding drinking. Cassis, cedar, graphite aromas and flavours of noteworthy complexity are lifted by harmonious acidity. An extremely refined and less exotic Mouton Rothschild. (ID)"

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2002 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (95DC, 94ST, 93JS, 91RP, 91WS). Decanter: "Opulent yet restrained aromas which give the impression of ripeness. A sense of hedonism pervades here – and it’s very welcome too. Long and elegant with good depth of fruit, well woven tannins and a long, sensuous finish. "
Starting Bid: $765.42

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2002 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (94RP, 92ST, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of the best wines of the vintage, this is a classic Pauillac that is a blend of 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Franc, and 6% Petit Verdot. Dense ruby/purple in color with a glorious nose of melted licorice, lavender, barbecue smoke, black currants, and graphite, the wine is tannic, classically structured with an opaque ruby/purple color, beautiful definition, and a 1996-ish personality. This deep, full-bodied, elegant yet powerful 2002 should age handsomely for over two decades. Some patience will be required since this vintage exhibits more muscle and virility than normal. (RP)" (04/2005)
Starting Bid: $410.00

Bid on this bottle of 1987 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac. We love these so-called "off vintages" from the classic producers because you get much more bang for your buck.
Starting Bid: $90.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2011 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (95WE, 93JS, 91WS). Wine Enthusiast: "This is a solid, concentrated wine from a reliable chateau. It has weight and power, with rich black fruits balanced with fresh acidity. Touches of bitter extraction and wood aging are likely to integrate as the wine ages. It should develop into an impressive and powerful wine. Drink from 2018. " (05/2014)
Starting Bid: $320.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2015 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (98JS, 97VN, 97WE, 96RP, 95JD, 94DC, 94WS). James Suckling: "So much floral and dark-fruit character with almonds and walnut shell. Full body and ultra-fine tannins. Powerful. Classic style with a harmony and energy. Goes on for minutes. A superb wine with great fruit. Real Bordeaux. Try in 2025." (02/2018)

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (100JS, 100RP, 98JD, 98WE, 97WS, 95VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "An absolutely amazing wine... It comes from one of the few biodynamic vineyards in Bordeaux, but you are likely to see many more, given the success that Tesseron seems to be having at all levels, both in his vineyards and in his fermentation/winemaking. An astounding, compelling wine with the classic Pauillac nose more often associated with its cross-street neighbor, Mouton-Rothschild, creme de cassis, there are also some violets and other assorted floral notes. The wine has off-the-charts massiveness and intensity but never comes across as heavy, overbearing or astringent. The freshness, laser-like precision, and full-bodied, massive richness and extract are simply remarkable to behold and experience. It is very easy, to become jaded tasting such great wines from a great vintage, but it is really a privilege to taste something as amazing as this. Unfortunately, it

Bid on this bottle of 1966 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (96RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "My God, this is a wonderful mature Lafite. Served blind chez Rosemary George MW it has a definable Pauillac nose with subtle notes of cedar, sous-bois and a touch of dried blood. It has incredible harmony and purity – a bouquet that has you instantly captivated. The palate does not disappoint: a beguiling sense of natural harmony and delineation, not the weight of Latour nor the femininity of Margaux, but a Lafite aiming for understated sophistication. Delicate cedar and cigar box towards the finish that just goes on and on. This bottle vindicates my first encounter in Bordeaux, when it similarly bewitched its audience. Absolutely sublime. Tasted April 2008. (NM, Wine Journal)" (07/2008)
Starting Bid: $481.42

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1986 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (94RP, 93VN, 90WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1986 Lynch Bages has a knockout bouquet that wraps its arms around you with all its loveliness: pure black cherries, mint and cedar, even a touch of glycerine still there. Vibrant and youthful. The palate is beautifully balanced, crisp and taut, linear but very precise with a fine bead of acidity. You just fall for the harmony of this Lynch Bages, the intensity of fruit that seems undiminished on the finish. Is it up there with the 1989 and 1990? Maybe not, but it is not far behind. Frankly this Lynch Bages is a 1986 Claret that you cannot own too much of and as I commented to Jean-Michel Cazes tasting alongside me, at 30 years of age it still has more to give. (NM)" (12/2016)
Starting Bid: $320.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Les Tourelles de Longueville, Pauillac (94WS). Wine Spectator: "For a second wine, this is superb. Mammoth, with an outstanding concentration of fruit and tannins and impressive cassis, tobacco and cedar flavors. Tightly wound and in need of time. " (05/1992)
Starting Bid: $50.00

Bid on this bottle of 1990 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (99RP, 96VN, 94WS, 93ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This magnificent Lynch Bages has been drinking well since the day it was released and it continues to go from strength to strength. The biggest, richest, fullest-bodied Lynch Bages until the 2000, the fully mature 1990 exhibits an unbelievably explosive nose of black currants, cedarwood, herbs and spice. The majestic, classically Bordeaux aromatics are followed by a full-bodied, voluptuously textured, rich, intense wine with superb purity as well as thrilling levels of fruit, glycerin and sweetness. This beauty should continue to provide immense pleasure over the next 15+ years. (RP)" (08/2011)
Starting Bid: $355.00

Bid on this magnum of 2003 Clerc-Milon, Pauillac (1.5L) (93JS, 93WS, 91RP, 90ST). James Suckling: "Slightly cooked fruit on the nose, with a toasted oak and meaty character. Full bodied, with round and chewy tannins and loads of fruit. Big and burly, I like it. Pull the cork after 2015. Find the wine." (03/2011)
Starting Bid: $140.00

Bid on this bottle of 1975 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac. According to Robert Parker: "A good, solid, slightly rustic 1975 with a well-developed toasty, cedary, caramel-and-tobacco-scented bouquet, Pontet-Canet lacks the tremendous grip and size of the best 1975 Pauillacs, but has good fruit, and a firm, long, alcoholic finish. The best Pontet-Canet of the seventies?" (Bordeaux Book, 1998)
Starting Bid: $92.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1954 Latour, Pauillac. 91 points John Kapon, Vintage Tastings: "The 1954 Latour was at the bottom of our evening’s pyramid along with the 1938, but that was still a good place to be. This was a bit of a sibling to the 1948 with its green bean fruit, and the nose was quite cedary, showing some fresh paint as well. The palate was chocolaty and tasty with a flash of flesh. Smooth and lingering, there were also chalk and green bean flavors in this lighter yet lovely Latour." (6/2012)
Starting Bid: $1,453.00

Bid on this bottle of 1978 Latour, Pauillac (92WS, 90RP, 90VN). Wine Spectator: "A sleek and racy wine. Ruby-amber color. Aromas of cedar, cigar box,tobacco, mint and mushrooms, with hints of red fruits, follow though to a medium body with fine tannins and a long, silky finish. (JS)" (08/2000)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1986 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (95DC, 95RP, 95VN, 95WS, 94JG). Vinous: "The 1986 Pichon-Lalande has long been one of the standout wines of the decade, and served blind, this suggests that it might have the 1982 in its sights. In many ways, it is the twin brother of the Cabernet-driven 1996. It bolts out of the stable doors with intense blackberry and cedar aromas -- pure Cabernet -- and reveals touches of mint with time. The palate is medium-bodied and thankfully less obdurate than a decade ago; the tannins have mellowed in recent years and secondary notes of sage and graphite are now more expressive. I once described the 1986 as "broad-shouldered." It remains just that, but it has learned some grace and manners. This is a clear high point for the estate. Drinking window: 2019 - 2040 (NM)" (04/2018)
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this magnum of 2009 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (1.5L) (100JS, 99RP, 98WS, (95-97WE), 96ST, 96VN, (93-95JG)). James Suckling: "This is what the Medoc is all about. The freshness and delicacy of this wine in combination with its serious concentration and firm core are totally stunning. Time has already worked its magic and this is already delicious, but has decades in front of it. " (02/2019)

Bid on this magnum of 2001 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (1.5L) (92JS, 92RP, 92WS, 90ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has a very well defined, very fresh bouquet with blackberry, black plum, cedar, graphite and a touch of undergrowth. There is a certain “honesty” to this nose. The palate is medium-bodied with good grip, a little dry on the entry, quite foursquare but so well balanced and displaying such clarity on the finish, with hints of cedar and truffle lingering on the aftertaste. Superb. (NM)" (03/2011)
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2000 Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac (95RP, 92VN, 92WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2000 Château Grand Puy Lacoste is an exceptional wine from Xavier Borie. It has a brilliant nose of blackberry, crushed stone, graphite and cedar. Putting it to one side for ten to 15 minutes reveals subtle mint-like aromas that whisk you straight to Pauillac. The palate is smooth and silky, cloaking the tannic frame of this GPL so that you barely notice it. But that will stand it in good stead for the long-term, the cornerstone of all great wines from this estate. Then there is that hint of spice on the aftertaste—the show ain't over yet. Served alongside a magnum of Pichon Baron 2000, I would say that at the moment, it does not quite possess the same level of precision. However, it remains a magnificent Pauillac to cherish long-term. Tasted January 2016. (NM)" (07/2016)
Starting Bid: $330.00

Bid on this magnum of 2015 Duhart-Milon, Pauillac (1.5L) (93JS, 93WE, 91VN, 91WS, 90DC, 90JD, 90RP). Wine Enthusiast: "Firm and tannic, this wine’s rich structure is balanced by a concentrated blackberry flavor and bright acidity. (RV)" (04/2018)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (99RP, 98DC, 98JS, 98VN, 98WS, 97ST, 96WE, (93-94JG)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Mouton-Rothschild is as concentrated as the 2010, but it presents itself in a more consumer-friendly, seductive style. Opulently textured and full-bodied with gorgeous levels of crème de cassis, melted licorice, espresso roast and chocolate, it possesses high but sweet, velvety tannins, massive body, and fabulous purity as well as length. This could turn out to be a candidate for perfection in another 8-10 years. It will drink well for 30-50 years, but will always be much more approachable and charming than its 2010 counterpart. (RP)" (12/2014)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1988 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (93JS, 92WS). James Suckling: "There's licorice here along with mint, some lead pencil and flowers. It's full and round displaying wonderful vanilla and plum flavors. Very silky and refined yet dense and caressing. A beauty, though it does turn a little dry, always revealing its wood." (11/2015)
Starting Bid: $660.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2012 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac ((93-95WE), 92JS, 92WS, (88-91ST), 91VN). Wine Enthusiast: "The wine is very dry, layered tannins giving a major sense of structure. It will always have this dry, dense character, very firm, solid and powerful. (RV)" (04/2013)

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2006 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (95DC, 94RP, 94ST, 93JS, 93WS, 92WE). Decanter: "Tight and unyielding at the moment, but with great pedigree, great texture and definition, this has lots of life to come. Poised and impactful, with juicy and mouthwatering fruit. Punches far above the weight of the vintage, one of those get-a-straw-in-the-glass wines: among the best of the tasting. Here tension rises, and your mouth waters on the finish. This is delicate but punchy, with perfect balance. Drinking window 2018 - 2040. (JA)" (06/2016)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2002 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (95WS, 94RP, 93DC, 92ST). Wine Spectator: "Bubbling over with crushed berries, currants and spices, with tobacco notes. Beautiful. Full-bodied, with gorgeously velvety tannins and a long finish of pretty fruit. This is a racy yet elegant Lafite. Classy. *Collectibles* (JS)" (03/2005)
Starting Bid: $1,200.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2011 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (94WE, 93JS, 92WS, 90RP). Wine Enthusiast: "This is a luxurious wine that’s opulently rich. Ripe black fruits dominate, lending fullness to the firm structure in the backdrop. It’s a wine with great potential, density and weight. Touches of chocolate and licorice combine with flavors of dark plum, toast and spice. (RV)" (02/2014)
Starting Bid: $310.00

Bid on this bottle of 1961 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (94WS, 93RP). Wine Spectator: "Tasted from magnum. A really good, suave example of Lafite from a vintage in which it often tastes harsh and unyielding with tannins. This bottle blends spicy, nutmeglike aromas with abundant fruit flavors and meaty undertones. It is plenty firm and tannic, but not overly so. The finish is exceptionally long, too." (04/1996)
Starting Bid: $700.00

Bid on this half-bottle of 1966 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (375ml) (91JG, 90RP). John Gilman: "This was a good solid bottle of ’66 Mouton, which has always been my favorite between the ’62 and the ’70. There was a time 15 years ago when I crossed paths with this wine very often, as it offered much better value than the 1970, but as the market has realized the sleeper status of this vintage of Mouton, its price has risen commensurately. The nose is complex and classy, offering up notes of red currants, cherries, woodsmoke, tobacco, a bit of old Rioja-like nuttiness, ginger and cedar. On the palate the wine is medium-full, complex and resolved, with solid acidity, melting tannins, and a good, long, clean finish of impressive balance." (06/2008)
Starting Bid: $130.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2003 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (95RP, 93JS, 93VN, 93WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular 2003 Pontet Canet is still incredibly young and vigorous. This full-bodied classic boasts a dense purple color as well as a superb nose of graphite, creme de cassis, forest floor, licorice and a hint of truffles, low acidity, and extravagant richness. Most of the tannins have been resolved in this superstar of the vintage. It should continue to drink well for 10-15+ years. (RP) 95+" (08/2014)
Starting Bid: $330.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (98RP, 96JS, 96WE, 96WS, 95DC, 93VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Performing even better from bottle than it did from barrel, this appears to be the finest Lynch Bages since the 2000, 1990 and 1989. According to the château, the 2009 has the highest level of polyphenols ever measured as well as high alcohol (nearly 13.5%). A blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest largely Merlot with touches of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, it is an expressive, voluptuously textured effort with unctuosity and powerful, juicy, succulent blackberry and black currant flavors, low acids, a layered, massive mouthfeel, but no sense of heaviness or fatigue. This exquisite Lynch Bages should drink well for 30+ years. (RP)" (02/2012)

Bid on this bottle of 2000 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (98JD, 95JS, 95VN, 94ST, 94WS). Jeb Dunnuck: "The best since the 1990, the 2000 Pichon-Longueville Baron is just now starting to shed some baby fat and develop additional complexity and layers. This still ruby/plum-colored beauty boasts a phenomenal nose of blackcurrants, tobacco leaf, lead pencil shavings, and new saddle leather. It’s deep, full-bodied, and sexy, with incredible amounts of texture and opulence that keeps you coming back to the glass. It makes a mockery of so many Bordeaux today that are made in a so-called elegant style yet lack the fat, richness, and density to ever hit this high a level. With low acidity, beautiful purity of fruit, sweet tannins, and a great finish, it’s in the early to middle range of its drink window (I love it today) and has another two decades of sensational drinking ahead. Readers wanting to know what truly great Bordeaux tastes like should open a bottle of this!" (03/2019)
Starting Bid: $185.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2004 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (94WE, 93RP, 93VN, 93W&S, 92JS, 91ST, 91WS). Wine Enthusiast: "An intensely powerful, smooth wine, in a style that has an instant, sexy appeal. But it's not just surface glamour, there is a solid texture, layering the dusty tannins with rich black plums, red berries and vanilla. (RV)" (06/2007)

Bid on this bottle of 1964 Latour, Pauillac (97JG, 96VN, 92RP). John Gilman: "As I mentioned back in 2007, in my article on this vintage, the ’64 Latour is the finest wine made in the Médoc in this year, as the grapes were all picked before the rains arrived in October. Back in the day, this was one of the vintages of Latour that I used to drink with quite a bit of frequency, as this fact was generally not known, so the Latour was often lumped together with the other ’64 Médoc wines and not priced particularly high. Sadly, those days are now long, long gone down the road. In any event, this most recent magnum of 1964 Latour was utterly brilliant and even better than a regular-sized bottle served at the same event, offering up a lovely veneer of red fruit tones to go along with the classic smoky, black fruity Latour signature nose. The bouquet is a deep and complex blend of cherries, red and black currants, a nice touch of meatiness, walnuts, a brilliantly complex base of gravelly soil
Starting Bid: $576.42

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: $555.00

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