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Karuizawa Full Geisha Series (27)

Karuizawa Full Geisha Series (27) 1) KARUIZAWA-1970-#6227-GEISHA Bottle no. 75 of 443, Sherry cask. 61.9% volume. 2) KARUIZAWA-1971-#7267-GEISHA Bottle no. 98 of 467, Sherry cask. 62.8% volume. 3) KARUIZAWA-1976-#7818-GEISHA Bottle number 202 of 554, Sherry cask. 63.6% volume. 4) KARIUIZAWA-1977-#4010-GEISHA One of 427 bottles. Sherry cask. 65.9% volume. 5) KARUIZAWA-1977-#3584-GEISHA Bottle number 110 of 169. Sherry cask. 64.1% volume. 6) KARUIZAWA-1974-40 YEAR OLD-#4560-BLUE GEISHA One of 192 bottles. Sherry cask. 58.8% volume. 7) KARUIZAWA-1974-40 YEAR OLD-#3626-GOLD GEISHA One of 392 bottles. Sherry cask. 64.5% volume. 8) KARUIZAWA-31 YEAR OLD-#3555-GEISHA One of 108 bottles. Sherry cask. 60.6% volume. 9) KARUIZAWA-30 YEAR OLD-#8606-GEISHA One of 350 bottles. Bourbon cask. 55.8% volume. 10) KARUIZAWA-30 year old-#5347-GEISHA Sherry cask. 58.2% volume. 11) KARUIZAWA-29 year old-#8897-GEISHA Bourbon Cask. 53.9% volume. 12) KARUIZAWA-1980-#4376-GEISHA One of 212 bottles. Sherry cask. 60.1% volume. 13) KARUIZAWA-1981-#6256-GEISHA Sherry cask. 57.5% volume. 14) KARUIZAWA-1981-#2042-GEISHA Bottle no. 100 of 440. Sherry cask. 56.7% volume. 15) KARUIZAWA-1981-#2100-GEISHA Bottle no. 72 of 409. Sherry cask. 60.4% volume. 16) KARUIZAWA-1983-#2656-GEISHA Bottle no. 72 of 409. Sherry cask. 57.6% volume. 17) KARUIZAWA-1982-#2748-GEISHA Sherry cask. 56.1% volume. 18) KARUIZAWA-1983-#8333-GEISHA One of 68 bottles. Sherry cask. 62.9% volume. 19) KARUIZAWA-1983-#2233-GEISHA Bottle no. 115 of 460. Sherry cask. 59.4% volume. 20) KARUIZAWA-1984-#3186-GEISHA One of 540 bottles. Sherry cask. 58% volume. 21) KARUIZAWA-1990-#679-GEISHA Sherry cask. Lightly scuffed label. 56.1% volume. 22) KARUIZAWA-30 YEAR OLD-#3619-QIANLONG-乾隆 One of 282 bottles. Sherry cask. 60.6% volume. 23) KARUIZAWA-1999-#2332-GEISHA One of 312 bottles. Sherry cask. 58.5% volume. 24) KARUIZAWA-2000-#2339-GEISHA One of 225 bottles. Sherry cask. 61.1% volume. 25) KARUIZAWA-2000-#7721-GEISHA One of 367 bottles. Sherry cask. 26) KARUIZAWA-1999-#895-GEISHA One of 320 bottles. Sherry cask. 27) KARUIZAWA-1991-#259-GEISHA One of 85 bottles. Sherry cask. various volume. Single Malt., various alcohol level. 27 bottles

  • HKGHong Kong
  • 2016-08-19
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Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer Alger, 1865 - Le Vésinet, 1953 L'Automne, 1896

Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer Alger, 1865 - Le Vésinet, 1953 L'Automne, 1896 Pastel Signé et daté 'L. Lévy Dhurmer / 96' en bas à droite Autumn, pastel, signed and dated, by L. Lévy-Dhurmer h: 52 w: 56 cm Expositions : Exposition de la Société des pastellistes français, Paris, 1897, n° 83 Bibliographie : Gabriel Mourey, "A dream painter. M. L. Lévy-Dhurmer", in 'The Studio', Londres, 1897, p. 11 Achille Segard, "Lévy-Dhurmer", in 'La Revue illustrée', 15 décembre 1899, n.p., repr. 'Les Annales politiques et littéraires', Paris, 3 octobre 1909, repr. p. 319 'Autour de Lévy-Dhurmer. Visionnaires et Intimistes en 1900', cat. exp. Paris, Grand Palais, 1973, p. 53-54, mentionné dans la notice du n° 76 Commentaire : Présenté lors de l'exposition de la Société des pastellistes français de 1897, 'L'Automne' constitue la quintessence de l'œuvre symboliste de Lévy-Dhurmer. Par son cadrage resserré, l'utilisation du pastel et de l'or en rehauts, la palette alliant subtilement les tons violet et orangé, l'éloge d'une nature préservée aux saveurs mystiques, ce mouvement tournoyant et tourmenté dont la figure féminine est le sujet, elle offre tous les ingrédients d'un chef-d'œuvre des peintres de l'âme. Henri Chantavoine décrit en 1909 ce pastel avec un talent qui nous dépasse et nous emporte : " On commence à voir apparaître dans les bois le pâle et charmant visage de l'Automne : la dame de mélancolie revient visiter son domaine préféré. Avec ses cheveux roux et ses yeux de rêve, son écharpe de brume, sa robe vert pâle soutachée de pourpre et d'or et sa traîne cuivrée de feuilles mortes, sa chanson triste où passent les haleines et les murmures de la forêt, elle est toujours étrange et toujours belle comme Ophélie. Heureux celui qui la rencontre et la salue dans les bois au soleil levant ! " (" L'Automne et les Bois ", in 'Les Annales politiques…', op. cit.). Estimation 50 000 - 70 000 € Sold for 104,000 €

  • FRAFrance
  • 2017-09-26
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Krug 1915

Krug 1915 1 bt (owc)Estimates are per lot THE KRUG 1915 TASTING EXPERIENCE Two day visit to the House of Krug for 4 people as outlined above, including: DAY ONE Transfer from Paris (or surrounding airports) to Reims •Introduction to Krug in 1915, at the House of Krug •Tour of the vineyards, describing the circumstances of the 1915 harvest •Visit Le Mesnil-sur-Oger. •Vertical tasting of Krug, Clos du Mesnil within Clos du Mesnil •Dinner at L’Assiette Champenoise, with a special ”Journey in the Krug Universe” tasting •Stay at L’Assiette Champenoise – two double rooms DAY ONE: Includes Krug Clos du Mesnil Experience The tasting will include (at least) the following years: Krug Clos du Mesnil 2003 (or the current vintage Krug Clos du Mesnil 1998 : Eric Lebel’s first Harvest at Krug Krug Clos du Mesnil 1996 : a mythical vintage Krug Clos du Mesnil 1992 : a relatively unknown vintage, where nature produced only one third of the harvest - outstanding Krug Clos du Mesnil 1985 : Year of the Frost, when the unique microclimate saved the vintage DAY TWO •Private visit to the House of Krug & Cellars, with an exhibition: The Life In The Cellars During The War •Formal presentation of “ Krug 1915” taken out from its resting place in the Caveau de Collection •Krug Vertical tasting: discovering different stories •Opening and tasting of the Krug Private Cuvée 1915, within the cellars , for a total of 8 people: 4 guests, 3 from Maison Krug & Serena Sutcliffe MW •Writing of the “official tasting notes for Krug Private Cuvée 1915” •Presentation of the bottle in a specially designed oak box •Celebratory lunch •Transfer to Paris (or surrounding airports) from Reims Date must be in 2016 and is to be scheduled at least two months in advance. DAY TWO: Krug Tasting Experience in the cellar: The tasting will include the following years: Krug 1988: Henri Krug’s favorite vintage Krug 1966: 50th anniversary vintage. So rare, that even Olivier has never been allowed to open a bottle! Krug 1959: Extreme heat and endless life. A tribute to Paul Krug’s sense of detail and patience. Krug 1928: A truly legendary vintage. This will be the first bottle opened at Krug for many years. A tribute to Joseph, Jeanne's wife and all Krug Lovers. Krug 1915: 100 years old. One of only four bottles in the cellars at Krug Starting bid $15,000

  • USAUSA
  • 2015-09-25
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Château d'Yquem

Lying in Twickenham, Middlesex (EHD) Château d'Yquem Sauternes, 1er grand cru classé. Château-bottled --Vintage 1893 Original cork. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1894 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1895 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1896 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1897 Recorked at the Château in 1991. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1898 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1899 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1900 Recorked at the Château in 1987. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1901 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1902 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1903 Recorked at the Château in 1988. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1904 Recorked at the Château in 1990. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1905 Recorked at the Château in 1990. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1906 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1907 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1908 Recorked at the Château in 1986. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1909 Recorked at the Château in 1988. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1911 Recorked at the Château in 1988. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1912 Recorked at the Château in 1990. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1913 Recorked at the Château in 1990. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1914 Recorked at the Château in 1991. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1916 Recorked at the Château in 2001. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1917 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1918 Recorked at the Château in 1991. Level into neck(1) --Vintage 1919 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1920 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level upper-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1921 Recorked at the Château in 1995. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1922 Recorked at the Château in 1995. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1923 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1924 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level upper-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1925 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1926 Original cork. Bin-soiled label. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1927 Recorked at the Château in 1988. Bin-soiled label. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1928 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1929 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1931 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1932 Recorked at the Château in 1990. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1933 Recorked at the Château in 1989. Bin-soiled label. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1934 Recorked at the Château in 1991. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1935 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Bin-soiled label. Level top-shoulder (1) --Vintage 1936 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1937 Recorked in 1989. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1938 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Faded label. Level top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1939 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1940 Recorked at the Château in 1991. Level into neck (1) --Vintage 1941 Recorked at the Château in 1988. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1942Recorked at the Château in 2002. Bin-soiled label. Level base of neck (1) --Vintage 1943 Recorked at the Château in 1987. Level just below top-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1944 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Bin-soiled label. Level base of neck (1) --Vintage 1945 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Bin-soiled label. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1946 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Bin-soiled label. Level upper-shoulder(1) --Vintage 1947 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1948 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) --Vintage 1949 Recorked at the Château in 2002. Level base of neck(1) Vintages 1950 to 1959 have all been recorked at the Château in 2002 are of good appearance. Levels base of neck or better --Vintage 1950(1) --Vintage 1953(1) --Vintage 1954(1) --Vintage 1955(1) --Vintage 1956(1) --Vintage 1957(1) --Vintage 1958(1) --Vintage 1959(1) The following bottles, 1960 to 2001, all with original corks. All of excellent appearance and with levels at base of neck or better --Vintage 1960(1) --Vintage 1961(1) --Vintage 1962(1) --Vintage 1963(1) --Vintage 1965(1) --Vintage 1966(1) --Vintage 1967(1) --Vintage 1968(1) --Vintage 1969(1) --Vintage 1970(1) --Vintage 1971(1) --Vintage 1973(1) --Vintage 1975(1) --Vintage 1976(1) --Vintage 1977(1) --Vintage 1978(1) --Vintage 1979(1) --Vintage 1980(1) --Vintage 1981(1) --Vintage 1982(1) --Vintage 1983(1) --Vintage 1984(1) --Vintage 1985(1) --Vintage 1986(1) --Vintage 1987(1) --Vintage 1988(1) --Vintage 1989(1) --Vintage 1990(1) --Vintage 1991(1) --Vintage 1993(1) --Vintage 1994(1) --Vintage 1995(1) --Vintage 1996(1) --Vintage 1997(1) --Vintage 1998(1) --Vintage 1999(1) --Vintage 2000(1) --Vintage 2001(1) Above 100 bottles per lot

  • GBRGrande Bretagne
  • 2006-10-05
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Château Latour 1961

AN EXCEPTIONAL AND UNIQUE ELEVEN MAGNUM LOT FROM THE LEGENDARY 1961 VINTAGE Consigned by a European Collector and now lying EHD Offered duty-paid, but available in bond On Friday, October 20th, a unique tasting took place in the Salle Mediterranée of the Metropole Hotel in Monte Carlo. Thirty tasters sat down to enjoy a unique eleven magnum tasting drawn from the legendary 1961 vintage - ten top Chateaux of Bordeaux plus Hermitage La Chapelle from Jaboulet. The tasting was co-hosted by Christie's and Vira S.A. of Monaco and commentary on the wines was supplied by Michael Broadbent M.W. of Christie's and Dominique Fornage of Vira. It was, by anybody's standards, a most memorable event. All the wines were inspected by Christie's in detail during decanting and prior to pouring. All were pronounced to be in excellent condition and each with known provenance including the Hermitage which had recently been released from Jaboulet's own private reserve. Tasting notes made during that evening appear here alongside the wines in this lot, a near to identical set of the same eleven magnums with the same superb appearance, ownership and history as those opened that night in Monte Carlo. Magnums of this quality appear only rarely on the market and then mostly in odd, single magnum lots - full cases are hardly ever seen. The opportunity to purchase this 1961 'horizontal' lot is certainly unique as each wine would become a highlight in its own right at any wine event and the chance to acquire all eleven merely adds to the appeal. Château Latour--Vintage 1961 Ex Nicolasmagnum (1) Tasting note: deepest colour of the tasting. Intense core. Immediate rush of intense sweetness and ripeness on first approach. Still slumbering, dense and brooding in the glass, seeming to yield its aromas resentfully. With more air, a wonderful velvety fragrance with sweet toffee/mocha notes. Amazingly vibrant with a wall of ripeness and extract. Still intensely tannic and tightly packed with flavours that may need a further 10-20 years to become fully evolved. Château Margaux--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: good colour, fairly deep with pronounced maturity at rim. Fragrant aroma, elegant character. Palate of considerable richness and power, showing age and maturity. Medium weight with subtle tannins in evidence, elegant, lingering aftertaste. Still improving in the glass over a period of 2 hours. Château Haut-Brion--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: a fairly deep colour, back to pronounced maturity on rim. In this company, seems almost restrained by comparison. Certainly fragrant at first with more earthy character in support. Not a powerhouse wine, elegant, rounded and perfectly blanced - a real 'food' wine. Touch of sweet fruit and spice rounds it out nicely. Lingering, classy and subtle. Château Cheval-Blanc--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: impressive deep colour. First impression is one of fragrance, followed swiftly by the underlying power and obvious richness of the aromas present. Mouth-filling, broad and sweet with balance and elegance as main characteristics. Cedary, slightly smokey with elegant and somehow herbaceous element. Floating on air with the crisp acidity and freshness that is only found in mature Bordeaux of top quality. Château Pétrus--Vintage 1961 Ex Nicolasmagnum (1) Tasting note: deep colour, not quite as 'black as Egypt's night' but pretty close. Explosive aromas of spice, ripe fruit and white pepper combining in a delectable and inviting entry. Immediately mouth-filling and with enormous extract and weight. References to subtle combinations of fruit, dried meats, spices and herbs occur to one, but are ethereal and seem impossible to capture with any accuracy. By contrast, the aftertaste is again elegant and somehow more subtle, tempting you to retaste until the last drop is consumed. Deserving of its reputation. Château La Mission-Haut-Brion--Vintage 1961 Damaged label. Level upper-shouldermagnum (1) Tasting note: marginally deeper colour than the Haut-Brion Earthy and powerful, packed with ripe fruit and complex character. Exciting, spicy aroma, leading to fleeting notes of charcuterie, cinnamon and coffee. Intense fleshy character, broad and full-bodied in the mouth. Layered flavour that continues to reveal new sensations and tastes. Beguiling in its complexity and overall quality. Long, long aftertaste. Château Lafleur--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: again a deep and intense colour. Immediate impression of sweetness and fragrance overlaying depth and harmonious character. Raspberry sweet with darker fruits in balanced support. A revelation of subtlety and power in perfect combination and needless to say, a long, long luscious finish. Close to perfect. Château Trotanoy--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: again a deep impressive colour with some maturity on rim. Sweet fruit on entry with just a touch of damp wood and bitter flavour that lessened with aeration. Intense, ripe fruit flavour, plum and damson character with soft tannins and good overall acidity. After 1 hour, enhanced ripeness and sound, lingering finish. Château L'Evangile--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: deeper colour, less rim gradation. Impressive aroma of ripe, plummy fruit backed with spice and herb character which continues on the palate. Rich and seamless with a silky texture that lingers on the finish. Not blockbusting but retaining considerable charm and elegance. Château Latour-à-Pomerol--Vintage 1961magnum (1) Tasting note: very deep attractive colour with particularly dense core. Super ripe aroma and intense character of dark fruits and fleshiness. Opulent and impressive with considerable tannins and acidity keeping everything aloft. Delicious. Hermitage La Chapelle--Vintage 1961 Paul Jaboulet Aînémagnum (1) Tasting note: Deep colour, very little rim gradation. An honorary Claret for the purpose of this tasting and comparing well to its counterparts. Deep, rich and smokey aromas, great sweetness and exotic fragrance. Huge and mouth-filling, sensational sweet and silky flavours. Rich and fairly chunky with sensational rich, damson jam aftertaste. Bullet proof and will last for 30 years+. According to the new owners, one of two only magnums (the other included in this lot) of HLC 1961 ever 'officially' released by the property. Above 11 magnums per lot

  • GBRGrande Bretagne
  • 2006-12-07
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Château Latour Vertical

Château Latour Vertical Pauillac, 1er cru classé One bottle of each vintage between 1945 and 2008. Pristine appearance unless otherwise stated " Vintage 1945 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled label Vintage 1946 (1) Level: top shoulder. Nicolas stamp; corroded capsule Vintage 1947 (1) Level: top shoulder. Corroded capsule Vintage 1948 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled label; slightly corroded capsule Vintage 1949 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled label; slightly damaged capsule Vintage 1950 (1) Level: upper shoulder. Bin-soiled label; corroded capsule Vintage 1951 (1) Level: upper shoulder Vintage 1952 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1953 (1) Level: top shoulder. Slightly stained label Vintage 1954 (1) Level: top shoulder. Nicked capsule Vintage 1956 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled label Vintage 1957 (1) Level: top shoulder. Slightly bin-soiled and nicked label Vintage 1958 (1) Level: top shoulder. Slightly bin-soiled and nicked label; slightly corroded capsule Vintage 1960 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly bin-soiled and nicked label Vintage 1961 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled and nicked label Vintage 1963 (1) Level: upper shoulder. Nicolas stamp Vintage 1964 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly corroded capsul Vintage 1965 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly corroded capsul Vintage 1966 (1) Level: upper shoulder. Slightly bin-soiled label and slightly corroded capsule Vintage 1967 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly bin-soiled label; slightly depressed cork Vintage 1970 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled label Vintage 1971 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1972 (1) Level: top shoulder. Bin-soiled and stained label Vintage 1973 (1) Level: top shoulder. Excellent appearence Vintage 1974 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1975 (1) Level: base of neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1977 (1) Level: base of neck. Bin-soiled label; depressed cork Vintage 1978 (1) Excellent level and appearence, slightly depressed cork Vintage 1980 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1981 (1) Level: top shoulder. Slightly bin-soiled and torn label Vintage 1983 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly bin-soiled and nicked label Vintage 1984 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1985 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1986 (1) Excellent level and appearance Vintage 1987 (1) Excellent level and appearence Vintage 1988 (1) Level: into neck. Slightly nicked label Vintage 1989 (1) Level: into neck. Integrated US import strip label; wrinkled label; sign of old seepage Vintage 1993 (1) Bin-soiled label Vintage 1994 (1) Slightly scuffed label Vintage 1995 (1) Stained label Vintage 1996 (1) Slightly bin-soiled label Vintage 1997 (1) Slightly stained label Vintage 1998 (1) Slightly wine stained label Vintage 1999 (1) Slightly stained and scuffed label Vintage 2000 (1) Stained label Vintage 2001 (1) Slightly scuffed label Vintage 2003 (1) Very slightly torn label 64 bottles per lot

  • HKGHong Kong
  • 2012-09-08
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Romanée-Conti 1934

ROMANEE-CONTI 1934 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is justly lauded as the pre-eminent, greatest red wine estate in the whole of Burgundy. It owns exclusively the Grand Cru vineyards of Romanée Conti and La Tâche. It was a pioneer of Domaine bottling and has been a standard-bearer of authenticity, complexity and quality for the whole region throughout the twentieth century. Until the 1945 vintage, the estate succeeded in maintaining the plantations of un-grafted, pre-phylloxera vines through the Romanée Conti vineyard. In the years before World War Two, yields were derisory, but in great years like 1934, legendary wines were produced. AH. The Romanée Conti 1934 is a mythical wine that few have had the pleasure to taste, to find such a great wine in an American collection is quite rare, especially since it has never moved since original purchase; but in such quantity typifies the superlative nature of this collection. RB. Romanée-Conti--Vintage 1934 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Please note levels are indicated below wax capsule. All lots have bin soiled labels Lot 2227- 2232 levels: all 2.5cm or better. Lot 2233-2235: two 2.5cm and one 4cm. Lot 2236-2237: two 2.4cm and one 5cm. Lot 2238: one 2.5cm, one 5cm and one 5.5cm. Lot 2239-2244: four 2.5cm, one 3cm and one 4cm. Lot sss: all 2cm or better. Parcel: lots 2227-2232, 2233-2235, 2236-2237, 2239-2244 Tasting note from a representative bottle from this cellar: Amber-red, with orange rim, the nose being fragrant, fresh and spicy. To taste this wine is to be totally beguiled. Every element has merged, to form a fleshy, succulent, silky whole whose beauty and sweetness - yet with a dry finish - are captivating. Of course : Romanée-Conti is reputed the greatest red Burgundy, and is, for many, the world's most astonishing and perfect wine. I need look no further here is why. AH Unquestionably the best vintage of the decade of the 1930s. Excellent level. Relatively pale, a sort fo hazelnut tawny. But the bouquet and palete once again proved that it is best not to judge burgundy, particulay mature burgundy, by its colour. Bouquet rich fragrant, complex, which developed and held well in the glass. Incredibly sweet on the palate, concentrated, hint of caramel, great length. Also superb. MB 1 dozen bottlesper lot

  • USAUSA
  • 2004-06-04
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Schooner 1947

You can see it in Syracuse - Italy Old sailing ship, fully made of wood in 1947 from a 19th-century plan. This boat has a Dutch flag. - Type: Motorsailer - Year of production: 1947 - Berth (locality): Syracuse - In the water - Berth paid until month/year: Santa Maria di Leuca (LE), Italy Length: 23.56, overall 27.00 - Length: 5.80 - Draught: 3.20 - Maximum height: 24.00 - Displacement: - Hull material: wood - Hull shape: round - Maximum speed: 11 knots - Cruising speed: 6 knots - Number of cabins: 5 Number of beds: 12 - Engine: inboard - Fuel: petrol. - Number of engines: 3 (Konan 12 kw generator, Yanmar 20 kw generator, Iveco Aifo 4080 propulsion). Bow propeller/stern propeller: Yes - Battery charger, power supply, WC 5, TV, radio, boiler, refrigerator, freezer, 4-stove kitchen, oven. - Navigational equipment: navigation lights, compass, depth gauge, speedometer, GPS, cartographic plotter, radar, VHF, autopilot, windvane steering gear. - Last antifoulant treatment: May 2016 - The boat has been registered in the Dutch Ship Register. - Have the boat and/or the trailer (if applicable) been registered and, if so, in which country? Netherlands ***** Disclaimer: Catawiki recommends viewing this vessel on site before placing a bid in order to avoid later disappointment. Please contact the auctioneer to schedule a viewing. Winning bidders are required contact the seller and pick up their lot within 2 weeks. Any costs of storage or demurrage incurred after that point may be charged to the buyer. Winning bidders are responsible for verifying legislation in their country (e.g. import/export taxation) and making sure that all required documentation is available from the seller. Please contact the auctioneer with any questions regarding this information. Transfer, registration, transport and/or crane costs are payable by the winning bidder. --- This lot does not include a trailer, cradle and/or berth, unless indicated otherwise. Seller declares has this vessel will be supplied free of mortgages, seizures and/or objections. Seller also declares to be in full ownership of this vessel. If seller is acting on behalf of a different owner, seller declares they are authorised to sell the vessel on behalf of this owner.

  • NLDPays-Bas
  • 2016-08-02
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Romanée-Conti 1945

ROMANEE-CONTI FROM THE LEGENDARY 1945 VINTAGE PROVENANCE: This really rare bottle was bought by the current owner during a Christie's charity sale in May 2007 in Geneva and never moved from Christie's warehouse until then. When we went to the domaine to pick-up the bottle, Aubert de Vilaine agreed exceptionally for this charity sale to give us his souvenir of this great wine. Mythical...this bottle will remain mythical for many decades...for its vintage, which marked the end of a terrible war...for its contents, the last of the great wine from the prephyloxera (ungrafted) vines which covered the 1,85 ha of Romanee-Conti and were subsequently pulled-up in their entirety and followed by the next vintage in 1952...for its quantity, with approximately 600 bottles produced, each remains a coveted rarity...and for its perfect provenance and condition Aubert de Villaine (owner of the Domaine) confided in us at the domaine: "My memory of the last and perhaps only bottle of Romane-Conti 1945 tasted 10 years ago is that of one of the greatest wines ever. It perfectly expresses all that makes Romanée-Conti unique among the vines of the domaine: strength yet also grace and tranquility, self-assurance and a mysterious harmony which both intrigues and inspires dreams..." Romanée-Conti--Vintage 1945 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti New capsule from the Domaine. Bin-soiled label. Excellent colour and level 1 bottle per lot

  • CHESuisse
  • 2011-05-17
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Hermitage, La Chapelle 1961

A UNIQUE CHANCE TO BUY THE LAST TWO MAGNUMS FROM JABOULET'S PRIVATE CELLAR OF THE FAMOUS HERMITAGE LA CHAPELLE 1961 This is a unique opportunity to purchase the two last magnums of Hermitage la Chapelle 1961 to be sold by Paul Jaboulet Ainee. These rare two magnums have been stored in optimum conditions in the cellar of Paul Jaboulet Aine in Tain. 'La Chapelle' 1961 is classed as one of the ten mythical wines of the 20th century. MAISON PAUL JABOULET AND THE FREY FAMILY The Maison Paul Jaboulet Anée arose from a magical encounter: between a generous land on the edge of Tain l'Hermitage, and a family. Founded in 1834 by Antoine Jaboulet (1807-1864), the domain came to fame under the direction of his two sons, Paul and Henry. Since then, their descendants have followed one after another to govern over the destiny of a unique and demanding vineyard. In order to give a lift to the company, the Jaboulet team is now helped by Caroline Frey, daughter of the current owner of the company. The Frey family is one of the most famous vine growers in the Champagne area and the owner of Chateau La Lagune in Bordeaux. Now, convinced that the best vintages are yet to come, the company continues with passion the work of its predecessors by producing low yields on exceptional terroirs. The vinification team is dealt by Caroline Frey, in close collaboration with and Denis Dubourdieu. The wines are then matured in the renowned Vineum caves, thousand-year-old Roman sandstone tunnels. HERMITAGE, LA CHAPELLE 'La Chapelle' which has been the property of Maison Paul Jaboulet Anée since 1919, comes from a blending with the best parcels of the Hermitage appellation. 'La Chapelle' Hermitage was classed as one of the Twelve mythical wines of the 20th century and presently holds the third world record sale price for a 12 bottles case recorded by Christie's. The name of Hermitage La Chapelle is linked to the little chapel Saint-Christophe overlooking the terraced vineyards along the river Rhone. A selection of "terroirs" on these lands give the wine an identity of its own, thanks to the blending of grapes from different plots. 20.60 ha made up of granite gravel covered with micaschist and gneiss, but also areas of round alluvial stones. This diversity explains the presence of the local variations within the same Appellation (Bessards, Greffieux, Meal, Rocoules) All of the following wines have recently been shipped from the private cellar of the Paul Jaboulet Domaine where the wines have been stored in perfect conditions. All the wines are in perfect shape and are offered in new original wooden cases. A letter from the domaine will be included in each lots Hermitage, La Chapelle--Vintage 1961 Rhône. Domaine-bottled: Paul Jaboulet Aîné Excellent appearance and levels Tasting note: This is unquestionably one of the greatest wines made in the twentieth century. In the two dozen tastings where I have had the 1961 La Chapelle, I rated it 100 points twenty times. The opaque purple/garnet color is accompanied by spectacular aromatics representing the essence of old vine Syrah (smoked meat, pepper, hoisin sauce, and soy). As the wine sits in the glass, notions of pepper, new saddle leather, grilled meat, and awesome levels of blackberry, plum, and black currant liqueur-like notes emerge. Extremely unctuous, with compelling concentration and purity, this full-bodied, seamless, mouthfilling 1961 is truly immortal. It still possesses a freshness and vigor that defy its nearly forty years of age. It should continue to drink well for two more decades. Prodigious stuff! 100 points. Robert Parker, Wine Advocate # 129 (Jun 2000) 2 magnums per lot

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Château Cheval-Blanc 1947

THE LEGENDARY CHEVAL-BLANC 1947 COLLECTION ONE OF THE GREATEST WINES OF ALL TIME OFFERED IN EXTRAORDINARY FORMATS. A TRUE RARITY AND UNIQUE ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANC The estate of Cheval-Blanc is situated at the extremity of Saint-Emilion bordering on Pomerol, with views of l'Evangile and La Conseillante, and offers a very curious mixture of soil and subsoil areas whose nature changes at each step. A vineyard walk along the roadside clearly illustrates this; at Cheval-Blanc the soils are rich in clay, gravel, deep tan in colour, the soil looks nurished and moist. A few meters away, as one encroches upon La Dominique, the soil change is evidenced by more sand mixed with clay, altogether a lighter colour, more beige than tan. Their respective wines are at opposite ends of a spectrum, those of Cheval-Blanc retain breed and class. The result of Cheval-Blanc's soil diversity and an extremely well-chosen selection of grape varieties, combined with the assiduous care taken over the elevage and winemaking, coalesces to make a wine of a great softness, body and delicacy, plus a delicious bouquet, but most particularly a distinctive style which makes it instantly recognizable and more importantly in demand. No other wine in the appelation has a broad adrinking plateau as that Cheval-Blanc. Vintage 1947 ***** "The second of the three great post-war vintage. An increasingly hot summer followed by harvesting in almost tropical conditions. The grapes had an exceptionally high sugar content but the heat caused serious fermentation problems, resulting in quite a few wines suffering from high volatile acidity. On the whole, exceptionally rich almost voluptuous wines" Michael Broadbent, Vintage Wine book Château Cheval-Blanc--Vintage 1947 Saint-Emilion, 1er grand cru classé (A) All of the following wines were reconditionned at the chateau in 2010 and are in perfect condition. They all have new caspules, new labels and new original wooden cases from the chateau Tasting note: Having a 1947 Cheval Blanc served out of an impeccably stored magnum twice in three months during the summer of 1994, and on another occasion, from an extraordinary jerobaum, made me once again realize what a great job I have. The only recent Bordeaux vintage that comes even remotely close to the richness, texture, and viscosity of so many of these right bank 1947s is 1982. What can I say about this mammoth wine that is more like port than dry red table wine? The 1947 Cheval Blanc exhibits such a thick texture it could double as motor oil. The huge nose of fruitcake, chocolate, leather, coffee, and Asian spices is mind-boggling. The unctuous texture and richness of sweet fruit are amazing. Consider the fact that this wine is, technically, appallingly deficient in acidity and excessively high in alcohol. Moreover, its volatile acidity levels would be considered intolerable by modern day oenologists. Yet how can they explain that after 47 years the wine is still remarkably fresh, phenomenally concentrated, and profoundly complex? It has to make you wonder about the direction of modern day winemaking. Except for one dismal, murky, troubled, volatile double-magnum, this wine has been either perfect or nearly perfect every time I have had it. 100 points. Robert Parker, Wine Advocate # 95 (Oct 1994) 1 marie-jeanne per lot

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Hermitage, La Chapelle 1961

RARE CASE OF THE GREAT HERMITAGE LA CHAPELLE 1961 The mythical Hermitage 'La Chapelle', a 'Grand Vin' produced with syrah, takes its name from the little Chapel 'Saint Christophe', which overlooks the vineyards of Hermitage. 'La Chapelle' which has been the property of Maison Paul Jaboulet Ainée since 1919, comes from a blending of the best parcels of the Hermitage appellation from vineyards such as Méal and Bessards. This is a unique opportunity to purchase a rare case of Hermitage La Chapelle 1961 that have been stored in optimum conditions in the Jaboulet cellar since new release from the domaine. Hermitage La Chapelle 1961 is classed as one of the mythical wine of the 20th century. Hermitage, La Chapelle--Vintage 1961 Rhône. Domaine-bottled: Paul Jaboulet Aîné Recent release from the Domaine. Offered in a new original wooden case of six bottles from the domaine. Excellent appearance. Levels: five at 2,5cms or better and one at 3.5cms Tasting note: This is unquestionably one of the greatest wines made in the twentieth century. In the two dozen tastings where I have had the 1961 La Chapelle, I rated it 100 points twenty times. The opaque purple/garnet color is accompanied by spectacular aromatics representing the essence of old vine Syrah (smoked meat, pepper, hoisin sauce, and soy). As the wine sits in the glass, notions of pepper, new saddle leather, grilled meat, and awesome levels of blackberry, plum, and black currant liqueur-like notes emerge. Extremely unctuous, with compelling concentration and purity, this full-bodied, seamless, mouthfilling 1961 is truly immortal. It still possesses a freshness and vigor that defy its nearly forty years of age. It should continue to drink well for two more decades. Prodigious stuff! 100 Points. Robert Parker, Wine Advocate # 129 (Jun 2000) 6 bottles per lot

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  • 2010-05-11
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ROMANEE CONTI 1988 DOMAINE DE LA ROMANEE-CONTI

Romanee Conti 1988 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Lot 6119: u. 4x3cm, 1x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04895-04906, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6120: u. 7x3cm, 2x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04835-04846, capsules show signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6121: u. 8x3cm, 1x3.5cm, 1x4cm, bottle numbers: 04823-04834, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Vintage started 28 September (32 hl/ha). Deep colour, crimson, has lost blue notes. Glorious nose of black cherries; heather and all of the maquis on the nose - imposing. Taste: youthful, very good balance of fruit, tannin, acidity. Tannins less camouflaged than in '89 - more apparent - wonderful raspberries on the palate. Chewy. A keeper. SS. See illustration Lot 6119 12 bts (owc) Lot 6120 12 bts (owc) Lot 6121 12 bts (owc) Per lot: HKD 750000-900000 Per lot: USD 95000-120000 The Domaine, as it is known, is iconic. Much more important, it also produces the most extraordinary wines in Burgundy - and it has been doing so for some time. The generations responsible for the Domaine change, but the terroir remains. And these are very special vineyard parcels indeed, married to meticulous care and philosophy leading to low yields and healthy, ripe grapes, at whatever cost. During the 1990s, vineyard policy has been organic, with co-owner Aubert de Villaine monitoring everything with his usual attention to detail. Domaine de la Romanee-Conti wines evolve and develop dimensions in a way that resembles a mosaic - points of bouquet and flavour making up a harmonious whole that becomes more beautiful as it unfolds in the glass. Yes, these are hedonistic wines and, yes, they are not like any other. The trick is in capturing what these remarkable plots of vines can give and letting them express themselves through minimum intervention and enlightened nurturing. SS. Quantity: 1

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  • 2011-10-01
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ROMANEE CONTI 1988 DOMAINE DE LA ROMANEE-CONTI

Romanee Conti 1988 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Lot 6119: u. 4x3cm, 1x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04895-04906, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6120: u. 7x3cm, 2x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04835-04846, capsules show signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6121: u. 8x3cm, 1x3.5cm, 1x4cm, bottle numbers: 04823-04834, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Vintage started 28 September (32 hl/ha). Deep colour, crimson, has lost blue notes. Glorious nose of black cherries; heather and all of the maquis on the nose - imposing. Taste: youthful, very good balance of fruit, tannin, acidity. Tannins less camouflaged than in '89 - more apparent - wonderful raspberries on the palate. Chewy. A keeper. SS. See illustration Lot 6119 12 bts (owc) Lot 6120 12 bts (owc) Lot 6121 12 bts (owc) Per lot: HKD 750000-900000 Per lot: USD 95000-120000 The Domaine, as it is known, is iconic. Much more important, it also produces the most extraordinary wines in Burgundy - and it has been doing so for some time. The generations responsible for the Domaine change, but the terroir remains. And these are very special vineyard parcels indeed, married to meticulous care and philosophy leading to low yields and healthy, ripe grapes, at whatever cost. During the 1990s, vineyard policy has been organic, with co-owner Aubert de Villaine monitoring everything with his usual attention to detail. Domaine de la Romanee-Conti wines evolve and develop dimensions in a way that resembles a mosaic - points of bouquet and flavour making up a harmonious whole that becomes more beautiful as it unfolds in the glass. Yes, these are hedonistic wines and, yes, they are not like any other. The trick is in capturing what these remarkable plots of vines can give and letting them express themselves through minimum intervention and enlightened nurturing. SS. Quantity: 1

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ROMANEE CONTI 1988 DOMAINE DE LA ROMANEE-CONTI

Romanee Conti 1988 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Lot 6119: u. 4x3cm, 1x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04895-04906, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6120: u. 7x3cm, 2x3.5cm, bottle numbers: 04835-04846, capsules show signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Lot 6121: u. 8x3cm, 1x3.5cm, 1x4cm, bottle numbers: 04823-04834, capsules show slight signs of corrosion, Leroy slip labels, excellent label appearance, tissue wrapped, banded until inspection Vintage started 28 September (32 hl/ha). Deep colour, crimson, has lost blue notes. Glorious nose of black cherries; heather and all of the maquis on the nose - imposing. Taste: youthful, very good balance of fruit, tannin, acidity. Tannins less camouflaged than in '89 - more apparent - wonderful raspberries on the palate. Chewy. A keeper. SS. See illustration Lot 6119 12 bts (owc) Lot 6120 12 bts (owc) Lot 6121 12 bts (owc) Per lot: HKD 750000-900000 Per lot: USD 95000-120000 The Domaine, as it is known, is iconic. Much more important, it also produces the most extraordinary wines in Burgundy - and it has been doing so for some time. The generations responsible for the Domaine change, but the terroir remains. And these are very special vineyard parcels indeed, married to meticulous care and philosophy leading to low yields and healthy, ripe grapes, at whatever cost. During the 1990s, vineyard policy has been organic, with co-owner Aubert de Villaine monitoring everything with his usual attention to detail. Domaine de la Romanee-Conti wines evolve and develop dimensions in a way that resembles a mosaic - points of bouquet and flavour making up a harmonious whole that becomes more beautiful as it unfolds in the glass. Yes, these are hedonistic wines and, yes, they are not like any other. The trick is in capturing what these remarkable plots of vines can give and letting them express themselves through minimum intervention and enlightened nurturing. SS. Quantity: 1

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Romanee conti 1989 domaine de la romanee conti

Romanee Conti 1989 Domaine de la Romanee Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Bottle numbers 1069, 1388, 1391, 1392, 1393, 1395, 1397, 1398, 3095, u. 1x3cm, very good appearance, packed in 12 bottle owc Vintage started 20 September (30 hl/ha). Beautiful blue/crimson colour. Wonderful rich blackberry nose - heady, opulent, rich in alcohol. A touch smoky. Smells like very expensive leather! Maraschino cherries on the nose. Great glycerol, alcohol. Tannic - incredible power. Excellent acidity, so will last beautifully. Paradise. Serena Sutcliffe, MW Lot 6038 9 bts (owc, 2 cn) per lot: HKD 500000-700000 per lot: USD 65000-90000 The Domaine, as it is known, is iconic. Much more important, it also produces the most extraordinary wines in Burgundy - and it has been doing so for a long time. The generations responsible for the Domaine change, but the terroir remains. And these are very special vineyard parcels indeed, married to meticulous care and philosophy leading to low yields and healthy, ripe grapes, at whatever cost. From the 1990s, vineyard policy has been organic, with co-owner Aubert de Villaine monitoring everything with his usual attention to detail. Domaine de la Romanee-Conti wines evolve and develop dimensions in a way that resembles a mosaic - points of bouquet and flavour making up a harmonious whole that becomes more beautiful as it unfolds in the glass. Yes, these are hedonistic wines and yes, they are not like any other. The trick is in capturing what these remarkable plots of vines can give and letting them express themselves through minimum intervention and enlightened nurturing. Serena Sutcliffe, MW 1.80 ha (4.32 acres), average production: 450 cases, average age of vines: 52 years In 1760, the Prince de Conti bought the lower part of La Romanee, and a myth was born. The de Villaine and Leroy families acquired Romanee-Conti in 1850 and they still own and run the Domaine jointly. It is interesting that in 1850 Romanee-Conti was estate bottled - then this ceased for a period and restarted in 1911. Thus, the essence of Romanee-Conti was captured but, in my view, never tamed! It is a wild, extraordinary wine, unpredictable and constantly mutating as it matures, but always true to its indubitably great self. The care lavished on Romanee-Conti is shown to all the wines of the Domaine, but the breed and refinement in the taste of Romanee-Conti would point to an indefinable "something extra" in this 1.80 ha plot. Tradition is respected (Romanee-Conti is always vinified in wooden vat number 17 which dates from 1862), but not blindly revered for its own sake. Short pruning, organic fertilizer, low yields, high average age of vines, late picking, selection of grapes, long fermentation with natural yeasts, 70-100% vin de presse added to give quality tannins and good acidity, new Troncais oak barrels from wood the Domaine dries itself, almost no racking (and then only by gravity), fining with 3-4 egg whites per cask only in some years according to the character of the vintage, no filtration - all this is taken for granted. But Romanee-Conti is more than the total of a mass of intricate manoeuvres - it is the pure silk and intoxicating aromas and flavours that appear, as if by magic, from mere marl and limestone. Serena Sutcliffe, MW

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  • 2013-10-05
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