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Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Graham's Vintage Port (94JG, 94WS, 93RP). Wine Spectator: "This is an extremely full-bodied, powerful wine, but it still retains a classy balance. Deep ruby, with chocolate and berry aromas, full-bodied, with anise and dried cherry flavors, full, hard tannins and a long finish. Good now but a few more years of bottle age would improve it. (JS, Web Only-1989)"
Starting Bid: $345.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 DRC Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Grands Echezeaux Grand Cru (91BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "(from a bottle opened at the domaine as well as many others). The highly expressive nose is a pretty mix of spice, earth and secondary fruit aromas that evidence more than a trace of sous-bois. The now lighter weight flavors are fully resolved but not without reasonably good power, particularly in the context of what was generally a higher yield vintage, all wrapped in a lingering and reasonably well-balanced finish. I say reasonably well-balanced because there is a mild hint of astringency but it's not really enough to materially detract from the overall appeal. In sum this is by no means a great wine but it is more than respectable in the context of what is typical for the vintage. Tasted multiple times recently with experiences that have ranged from 89 to 91 points." (04/2016)
Starting Bid: $877.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 CVNE "Viña Real" Gran Reserva Rioja (94JG, 94RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1970s saw major changes in Rioja: the first "modern" wines were produced by Marqués de Cáceres, Remelluri and Contino, and the aging time in wood for wines was shortened in general. Until then, six years in barrique was the norm (almost the minimum) for reds, and this time was shortened during the 1970s and 1980s until the approximate two years of today. The breakdown by variety was about 40% Tempranillo, 40% Garnacha and 20% of the rest, mainly Mazuelo and Graciano. 1970 was a very famous vintage in Rioja, the one that provoked the extension of the vineyards...his was a very ripe vintage, and the wine seems to be aging faster than other vintages, with a little sweet fruit, ripe and fully resolved. The 1970 Viña Real Gran Reserva was bottled in February 1975. There was a bit of discussion about this wine, as it was one of the most anticipated vintages. At this age, of
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Lafite-Rothschild, Pauillac (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at the 'First Growth' lunch in London. Nice clear colour. The bouquet definitely has more vigour then previous bottles encountered, with sandalwood, cigar box and cedar to the fore. Not a complex nose, but nicely defined and unashamedly 'classic' in style. The palate is medium-bodied and well-balanced, good level of ripeness, elegant; harmonious but aloof. The second half is conservative but still fresh with just a touch of piquancy right on the finish. This Lafite is not going to go anywhere, but this shows that good bottles can still be pleasurable. (NM)" (05/2009)
Starting Bid: $830.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Taylor Vintage Port (99WE, 98VN, 98WS, 96RP, 94JG). Wine Enthusiast: "This wine's dark garnet color with minimal bricking suggests a relatively youthful wine and this certainly could age longer, although it's also delicious now. Wonderfully complex floral and herbal scents easily move into deep, rich flavors of chocolate and cherries, sprinkled with a healthy dose of Douro minerality and spice. Drink or hold. (JC)" (02/2007)
Starting Bid: $175.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1970 Ducru-Beaucaillou, St-Julien (94JG, 92RP). John Gilman: "I have been a big fan of the 1970 Ducru-Beaucaillou, but in the past I have always found it just a half step behind the superb 1966. However, the most recent tasting seemed to indicate that the wine is showing more structural integrity and greater depth than it did for the last decade and a half, and it may well be that the wine has simply remained a bit young and I have been underestimating it in the past. This most recent bottle offers up a stunning and still youthful nose of cassis, black cherries, a touch of red currant, cigar smoke, nutskins, hints of blood orange, gravel, fresh herbs and a touch of tobacco ash. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, pure and very suave on the attack, with excellent mid-palate depth, moderate tannins, very good acidity and outstanding length and grip on the perfectly balanced and complex finish. Just a beautiful vintage for Ducru. (Drink between 2012-20
Starting Bid: $540.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Léoville-Las-Cases, St-Julien. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Poured just prior to the Wine Advocate's Las-Cases dinner by a generous subscriber, while I was seated next to export manager Pierre Grafeuille, we were both smitten. It had a comely bouquet with degraded red berries, a touch of undergrowth and black stewed tea, delivering impressive delineation, if not power. The palate is medium-bodied, surprisingly elegant and without question the most vigorous example of the 1970 that I have encountered over the years. While not profoundly complex or rivaling the finest examples of this Saint Julien, it is the kind of mature Claret that puts a smile on your face, seeming to be so effortless and refined. Will future bottles be as good as this? Was it a one-off? Who knows, but certainly here we had a Bordeaux that delivers drinking pleasure after 46 years without too much effort. (NM)" (07/2016)
Starting Bid: $250.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Beychevelle, St-Julien (92JG, 90WS). John Gilman: "Beychevelle is another of those fine properties that has fallen quite out of fashion these days, but based on the brilliant bottles of 1970 and 1966 that I have tasted in the last few months, this is one château that deserves a lot more attention (at the very least for its wines from this era). The nose on the 1970 is absolutely lovely, as it soars from the glass in a refined mélange of sweet black berries, plums, black truffles, tobacco, soil and a patina of old wood. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and beautifully delineated, with juicy acidity, fine intensity of flavor, and great length and grip on the long and harmonious finish. Today the ’70 Beychevelle can be bought for half the price or less of a garage wine such as the abominable 2000 Le Dôme from St. Emilion, and not only is the 1970 Beychevelle the infinitely superior bottle to drink today, but it will also outlive monstrosities su
Starting Bid: $221.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Giacomo Conterno Barolo Riserva (97VN). Vinous: "The 1970 Barolo Riserva Monfortino can be a life-changing wine. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of moments like those. Deep and exquisitely layered, the 1970 is gorgeous tonight, if not as profoundly moving as it can be. Sage, menthol, licorice, coffee and leather infuse the 1970 with striking layers of nuance. All of the richness and explosiveness of Monfortino is there, even in a slightly less than perfect bottle. (AG)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $550.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1970 Les Forts De Latour, Pauillac (94JG, 90RP). John Gilman: "This is a superb wine that has been fully mature for a couple of decades, but possesses more than a passing resemblance to the grand vin in this year in terms of proper structure and will continue to drink well for many years to come. The nose wafts from the glass in a sweet and fully resolved blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar smoke, a hint of mint, singed tobacco leaf, gravelly soil tones, a nice touch of leather and a smoky upper register. On the palate the wine is full, pure and velvety on the attack, with a fine core of fruit, fine focus and balance, bright acids, impressive complexity and still plenty of grip on the long, elegant and meltingly tannic finish. Lovely juice and probably the greatest mature vintage Forts de Latour I have tasted. Drink between 2011-2030." (10/2017)
Starting Bid: $340.00

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