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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1999 Palmer, Margaux (94RP, 93VN, 92ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Though I have tasted many vintages of Palmer in recent months, it has been some time since I tasted the 1999 Palmer. Now at 17 years of age, it has a really quite splendid bouquet that is so fresh and vital, pure brambly red fruit, sloes and iodine. It has certainly lost some of the headiness that it showed over its first 10 years, but it is still a Palmer that likes to party. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin. There is good depth here, clean and fresh with wonderful poise. This is a "correct" Palmer, self-aware that it was not born in a propitious vintage, therefore it might seem a little restrained, even conservative in character. That would ignore its precision and grace, the manner in which it gently builds to the finish. You can drink this now but I would be inclined to give it another 3-4 years. There are few better Left Bank 1999s than Palmer. Tasted September 2016. (N
Starting Bid: $400.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Palmer, Margaux (97VN, 95RP, 92JG, 92WS). Vinous: "The 1989 Palmer has vied with the 1983 as the highlight of the decade, so it is fascinating to revisit it at 30 years old. It has a wonderful bouquet of degraded red berry fruit, singed leather and hints of game and mint, beautifully defined and still so fresh, yet undeniably old-school in style. The palate is medium-bodied with supple tannin and still brimming with vigor, delivering a fine bead of acidity and a touch of cracked black pepper. A very detailed, engaging finish urges you back for another sip. A brilliant Palmer, and judging from this showing, it has another two decades of pleasure to give. Tasted from an ex-cellar bottle at the château. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $350.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1999 Pavillon Rouge, Margaux ((87-90VN)). Vinous: "Medium ruby-red. Ripe, sappy aromas of boysenberry and currant, with a strong floral note. Supple, concentrated and thoroughly ripe, with noteworthy concentration for a second wine. Finishes with ripe tannins and a hint of bitter chocolate. (ST)" (05/2000)
Starting Bid: $235.00

Bid on this bottle of 1959 Palmer, Margaux (98VN, 98WS, 97JG, 95RP). Vinous: "The 1959 Palmer is a Margaux of renown, albeit one eclipsed by the peerless 1961. This bottle testified to the awe that it has invoked in some of my friends, the best bottle that I have tasted. The first word that I jotted down? “Wow”. The aromatics soar from the glass with intense blackberry, cassis, juniper berry and violets that brilliantly defined and display astonishing focus. The palate is perfectly balanced with sweet and filigree tannin. This Margaux is that paradoxical blend of power and elegance, the archetypal iron fist in a velvety glove. The purity of the wine remarkable. Yes, maybe you could quibble that there is a touch of volatility on the finish that would not be evident on the 1961 but otherwise, this is a majestic Palmer that judging by this performance, will continue to drink well for many years. (NM)" (02/2018)
Starting Bid: $865.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2002 Pavillon Rouge, Margaux. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has an open expressive nose with upfront notes of forest floor, dried herbs and a touch of pencil shavings. (NM)" (01/2009)
Starting Bid: $230.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009 Lascombes, Margaux (94JS, 94RP, 92ST, 92VN, 92WE). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009, which is inky blue/purple to the rim, is a final blend of 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 48% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot at 14% natural alcohol. The wine has a beautiful blueberry-scented nose with hints of acacia flowers, licorice, graphite and some subtle charcoal and background oak. Clearly a modern style of Margaux, it is pure, seamless, full-bodied and opulent, and the high glycerin and silky texture of 2009 are brilliantly displayed in this wine. Drink it over the next 15+ years, although it is certainly capable of lasting well past two decades. One of the more difficult estates to manage in southern Margaux is the 300 acres of Lascombes, subdivided into at least 40 to 50 separate plots, making harvest decisions, ripening, and related issues a strategic nightmare. Nevertheless, they seem to have hit pay dirt frequently over the last decade plus. (RP)" (12/2011)
Starting Bid: $187.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2015 Alter Ego de Palmer, Margaux (96JS, 94WE, 93DC, 93JD, 92WS, 91RP). James Suckling: "This is sensational, characterized by such purity and beauty and with aromas of blackberries, dark chocolate, walnuts, cedar and lavender. Full-bodied, tight and focused — in part thanks to sensational tannin tension that is intense yet polished. Needs five to six years of bottle age to come together. Great second wine of Palmer." (02/2018)

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2010 Malescot-St-Exupéry, Margaux (95JS, 95RP, 94WS, 93ST). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colored, the 2010 Malescot St. Exupery wafts gracefully out of the glass with scents of potpourri, raspberry coulis and kirsch over a cassis and warm plums core with a touch of pencil shavings. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is packed with juicy red and black fruits, sporting a firm, fine-grained texture and oodles of freshness. It has a good, long and remarkably pure finish. (LPB)" (03/2020)
Starting Bid: $180.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2005 Lascombes, Margaux (94W&S, 93WS, 91WE). Wine & Spirits: "A joyous Lascombes, this is the first vintage to hit stride since the US investment firm Colony Capital took over in 2001. It's a meaty wine draped in fragrant tannin, built for long aging. It's also an exuberant wine, in both the bright, red currant-scented fruit and the bristle of the tannin. A playfully complex flavor lasts for minutes, the wine still youthful and fresh four days after it was opened. Margaux chic." (03/2008)
Starting Bid: $340.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1996 Margaux, Margaux (100RP, 96ST, 95JD, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1996 Chateau Margaux, a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Merlot, 4% Petit Verdot and 2% Cabernet Franc, must be a strong contender for wine of the vintage. It offers everything you desire from this First Growth. It is blessed with breathtaking delineation and freshness on the nose, understated at first and then blossoming with mineral-infused black fruit, hints of blueberry, crushed stone and violet. The palate is perfectly balanced with filigree tannin, perfect acidity, a wine where everything seems to be in its right place. Blackberry, crushed stone at the front of the mouth, just a touch of spice towards the finish that shows supreme control. This is a Margaux that seems to light up the senses. It was outstanding in its youth...something that has not changed one bit over the intervening two decades. This may well turn out to be the Left Bank pinnacle of the 1990s. (N
Starting Bid: $1,305.55

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1996 Pavillon Rouge, Margaux. Wine Spectator: "Lovely aromas of berries, light vanilla and cedar follow through to a medium-bodied palate, with fine tannins and a slightly austere finish. (JS, Web-2007)"
Starting Bid: $245.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1981 Margaux, Margaux (95WS, 91RP). Wine Spectator: "The other wine of the vintage. Seriously powerful with fabulous color and mint, cassis and berry aromas and flavors. Has a full body and is tannic; still needs time to come around. (JS)" (10/1994)
Starting Bid: $1,295.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1981 Palmer, Margaux (92JG, (90-92RP)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Stunning violet, cassis nose soars from the glass like a 1982! Well-balanced palate, acidic but with ample sweet black fruits with green pepper finish. Harmonious. The palate does not quite match the nose, with some stalky notes in the background, but this is a wonderful 1981. Tasted January 2002. (NM)" (01/2002)
Starting Bid: $580.00

Bid on this bottle of 1948 Palmer, Margaux. Major General Charles Palmer of the British Army founded his eponymous estate in the early 19th century and promptly expanded his holdings, though the estate (previously part of Château d'Issan) has long been planted to vines. The gravel soils are home to organically farmed Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and a small amount of Petit Verdot that go into the blend of this Third Growth's grand vin, producing some of the boldest, most powerful and palate-pleasing wines in the Margaux appellation.
Starting Bid: $630.00

Bid on this bottle of 1961 Palmer, Margaux (100JG, 100RP, 100VN, 98ST). Vinous: "The 1961 Palmer is a wine that tends to deliver upon its gargantuan reputation and we were rewarded with an exemplary bottle here. It has a clear colour with modest bricking on the rim. The bouquet is difficult to encapsulate into words – utterly ethereal. Heavenly definition, almost Burgundy-like in purity with traces of pencil box and pressed violets. It grows in stature with each swirl of the glass and leaves you transfixed. The palate is bestowed beguiling balanced, almost symmetrical, framed by filigree tannin and pitch perfect acidity. Like the aromatics it coheres with aeration, the fruit undiminished by time even if it is no blockbuster. Quite the opposite – this 1961 Palmer is the apotheosis of finesse with just a hint of balsamic on the aftertaste. This Margaux can bring you to tears of joy. Tasted at the 1961 dinner Chairman Miaow’s in Hong Kong. (NM)" (10/2019)
Starting Bid: $2,050.00

Bid on this bottle of 1999 Margaux, Margaux (95RP, 93WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1999 Château Margaux has been the standout First Growth since I first tasted the wine from barrel. Now reaching its plateau of maturity, it has an understated nose at first, armed with impressive mineralité with a gorgeous graphite seam. The definition and precision here is top class. The palate is medium-bodied and smooth in texture, very harmonious and assured, surprisingly with some new oak still to be fully assimilated into the wine. The signature Margaux traits of crushed black cherries and violets comes through towards the finish, suggestions of raspberry reserve and desiccated orange peel enhancing the long finish. Perhaps I might temper my initial enthusiasm for the 1999 Château Margaux...but only slightly. It comes highly recommended. (NM)" (10/2016)
Starting Bid: $461.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1994 Margaux, Margaux (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The nose is intriguing: very open with a touch of mulch, graphite, mint and crushed flowers, very “old school”...hints of juniper. It is very well balanced and fresh, quite crisp with slight hints of undergrowth and tar. It trails off a little towards the finish, but maintains good balance. It is a little sharp and a little dry on the finish, but is drinking perfectly now. (NM)" (03/2012)
Starting Bid: $1,051.11

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1990 Margaux, Margaux (100RP, 98ST, 96WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1990 Château Margaux has turned into a sensational wine that eclipses both the 1988 and 1989...and then some. It has a gorgeous, ethereal bouquet with sumptuous red berry fruit, leather, camphor and licorice—it is the kind of nose in which you just immerse yourself. Is there a hint of brettanomyces here? If there is, I don't really care. The palate is soft and sensual with incredible depth. Fleshy and corpulent for Chateau Margaux, and yet surfeit with breeding and finesse, there are layers or red fruit, kirsch, sage and fig, later tobacco and cloves. I feel that this 1990 Château Margaux is at its peak and yet the harmony, the sheer swagger of this wine just wins you over. Magnificent. (NM)" (10/2016)
Starting Bid: $1,622.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 2012 La Dame de Malescot, Margaux in original wood. This is the second label of Chateau Malescot-St-Exupery. Château Malescot St Exupéry is a wine estate in the Margaux appellation, which was rated as a third growth in the official 1855 Bordeaux Classification. Quality has been rising fast in recent years and the wine is known for its perfume and silky texture, especially after six or seven years of aging. There is documentary evidence that wine has been produced in some of the estate vineyards since 1608. The estate was sold to Simon Malescot in 1697, and the second part of the name comes from Count Jean-Baptiste Saint-Exupéry.
Starting Bid: $190.00

Bid on this bottle of 2009 Rauzan-Ségla, Margaux (96JS, 95JD, 95WE, 94RP, 94VN, 93DC, 92WS, 91ST, 90W&S). James Suckling: "Deep, spicy and earthy, but with plenty of Cabernet Sauvignon cassis aroma and solid tannins giving it a serious structure. It's not the most polished Médoc of the vintage, but there's plenty of concentration and energy driving the long firm finish. Give it more time. Try after 2021. " (03/2019)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1986 Margaux, Margaux (98VN, 97RP, 95WS). Vinous: "The 1986 Château Margaux was even more emotionally moving. Still incredibly youthful, it showed incredible focus and depth, all backed up by considerable structure. As hard as it may seem to believe, on this night the 1986 appeared to still be some years away from peaking. It was striking in every way. (AG) 98+" (02/2012)
Starting Bid: $1,395.00

Bid on this bottle of 1961 Rauzan-Gassies, Margaux. Wine Spectator: "A solid, square-shouldered Bordeaux. It tastes broad and fairly rich, with a plush texture, plenty of fruity, smoky flavors and enough firm tannin to give it a nice grip. " (04/1996)
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2003 Margaux, Margaux (98RP, 97JS, 96ST, 96WE, 95WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This was the finest performance by this wine that I have seen since it was released. I did not expect the 2003 Chateau Margaux to show this well in a vintage where the southern part of the Medoc was clearly less impressive than the north. However, it is a beautiful, dark plum/purple-tinged effort with sensational aromatics, a full-bodied mouthfeel, and a youthfulness, precision and freshness that belie what one generally associates with this vintage. It can be drunk now and over the next 15-20 years. Kudos to Château Margaux. (RP)" (08/2014)
Starting Bid: $1,350.00

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