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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 Methuselah # 9, slightly scuffed label, chipped and mostly missing wax capsule on top, owc missing original lid 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, M.W. See illustration Lot 94 1 methuselah - 6 liter (owc) per lot: HKD 500000-800000 per lot: USD 65000-100000 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, M.W.

  • HKGHong Kong
  • 2013-09-07
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Romanee conti 1999 domaine de la romanee-conti

Romanee Conti 1999 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Methuselah #8, partially missing wax capsule, slightly soiled label La Tache may have the grandeur and the flamboyance in this vintage, but Romanee-Conti has the balance, the breed and the endless finish. DRC really did attain perfection this year, for which they can be justifiably proud, while we can be eternally grateful. It is the power and the nobility of bouquet and taste that really set these wines apart in 1999 and Romanee-Conti itself epitomises these qualities. SS. Lot 5248 1 methuselah - 6 liter (cn) per lot: HKD 600000-1000000 per lot: USD 80000-120000 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.

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  • 2012-10-05
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Château Latour à Pomerol 1961

1961 LATOUR À POMEROL IN LARGE FORMAT "Although the 1947 Cheval Blanc is widely considered to be the "wine of the century" among collectors, the 1961 Latour a Pomerol also merits a share of the title. Giving points to a wine such as this makes one think of Shakespeare's reflection that "comparisons are odious." To put it mildly, this wine is "off the charts." If I had only one Bordeaux to drink, the 1961 Latour a Pomerol would have to be at the top of my list. Given its phenomenal richness and amazing precision and balance, it can bring tears to one's eyes. Still a saturated dark purple color with no signs of amber, orange, or rust, the nose offers extraordinarily rich, intense aromas of jammy plums, black currants, licorice, and truffles. Port-like, with remarkable viscosity and thickness, as well as a finish that lasts for more than a minute, this wine is in a class by itself. Even greater than the 1961 Petrus and 1961 Latour (two perfect wines), it is phenomenal. Given its youthfulness (it is the least evolved wine of the vintage), it has the potential to last for another 20-30 years. Last tasted 12/96" Robert Parker, Bodeaux Book, 3rd Edition (1998) Château Latour à Pomerol--Vintage 1961 Pomerol Levels: four into neck and two bottom neck; Lead capsule cut for inspection, chateau vintage branded cork clearly visible, very lightly bin soiled label, otherwise in pristine condition; Dreyfus, Ashby & Co. Importer slip labels 6 magnums per lot

  • USAUSA
  • 2007-04-27
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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 was purchased in 1936 and remianed in the same cellar until 2004. Romanée-Conti--Vintage 1934 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Levels: five 2.5cm, one 3cm, three 3.5cm, two 4cm and one 4.5cm; three slightly chipped capsules, four slightly corroded capsules, two slightly nicked labels 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 1 dozen bottles per lot

  • USAUSA
  • 2006-03-02
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Château Lafite-Rothschild 2000

MICHAEL BROADBENT'S EIGHT 'FIVE STAR' WINES FROM THE 2000 VINTAGE. The growing season, as always in Bordeaux, was by no means straightforward. The New Year and spring were more than mild, with above-average temperatures in March, resulting in early bud burst. However, though the warmth continued in April and May, it was wet, flowering starting at the end of the month. The damp conditions continued through a depressingly cloudy and humid June and July. What saved the day (rather like 1978 though the heat and sun arrived a month earlier) was almost unbroken sunshine without rain from August through September, resulting in fine ripening conditions favouring the Merlot and, for those who waited and timed it right, the late-ripening Cabernet Sauvignon. Unquestionably, this was a very good year, fairly uniform in quality with some really outstanding wines. No serious cellar should be without some decent 2000s. Michael Broadbent, Vintage Wine Château Lafite-Rothschild--Vintage 2000(12) Pauillac, 1er cru classé Cask sample tasted March 2001: opaque, intense purple rim; crisp, fragrant, pronounced Cabernet Sauvignon aroma and flavour; sweet, wounderfully ripe, fleshy, extended, with dry leathery tanninc finish (*****) Great wine with a long life ahead. MB, Vintage Wine Château Latour--Vintage 2000(12) Pauillac, 1er cru classé Cask sample tasted March 2001 at the château: very deep, velvety, opaque core, with intese purple rim; dumb at first, rich, spicy, violets, very Cabernet; full, hard, spicy, tannic. Denser tannins and higher acidity than the '99. (*****)Long life. MB, Vintage Wine Château Mouton-Rothschild--Vintage 2000(12) Pauillac, 1er cru classé Cask sample at the château, March 2001, with Hervé Berland: very deep, velverty; dark bramble colour; scent of bitter violets, taut fruit and iron; dry, full, hard, concentrated. Impressive but not as sensuously exotic as the '89 or '90 at the same stage.Tasted at the Ch Mouton (*****) A long life ahead." MB, Vintage Wine Château Margaux--Vintage 2000(12) Margaux, 1er cru classé Fairly deep, black cherry, mauve rim, rich 'legs'; as usual, nothing shy about the scent of the young Margaux, it dense, firm, with lovely fruit - yet even more tannin than the '86, June 2001 (*****) Classic, long haul wine. MB, Vintage Wine Château Haut-Brion--Vintage 2000(12) Pessac (Graves), 1er cru classé ...Opaque; rich, great depth; excellent fruit, complete, richly textured, velvety tannins, great length. At the Château, March 2001 (*****) Classic Long life. MB, Vintage Wine Château Pétrus--Vintage 2000(12) Pomerol, cru exceptional Cask sample tasted June 2001 with Christian Moueix at the J P Moueix office in Libourne: very deep, fairly intense; sweet, rich, somehow totally unique; very sweet on the palate, with lovely fruit and flesh. Complete. Potentially great Pétrus (*****) Long life. MB, Vintage Wine Château Cheval-Blanc--Vintage 2000(12) Saint-Emilion, 1er grand cru classé (A) ...Opaque, intense, immensely impressive; low-keyed, subdued fruit on the nose but mouthfillingly full, fruity, and fleshy on the palate. A delicious wine. March 2001 (*****) Long life. MB, Vintage Wine. Château Ausone--Vintage 2000(12) Saint-Emilion, 1er grand cru classé (A) ...Very deep, velvety, intense: glorious fruit and spice; very good indeed, the oak giving the wine a distinct taste of cloves, good length. A superb Ausone (*****) Long Life. MB, Vintage Wine All in original wooden cases Above 96 bottles per lot

  • USAUSA
  • 2006-03-02
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HERMITAGE, LA CHAPELLE 1961 PAUL JABOULET AINE

Hermitage, La Chapelle 1961 Paul Jaboulet Aine The colour is barely touched by age. A great bouquet of smoky violets and smoked reindeer meat. The extraordinary richness on the palate is astonishing. Sheer, rich coffee. Unparalleled glycerol. Rich leather, black winegums and liquorice. A masterpiece of gigantic proportions. A later bottle had an incredible nose of damp forests and a deep, violet and iron taste. Gloriously sweet and ripe. Drunk recently with Petrus '61 and Latour '61 and, for some, it was the winner! One can understand why. SS. See illustration Lot 3 6 bts (owc) Per lot: USD 60000-100000 Upon his return from the crusades, the knight Gaspard de Sterimberg settled down to a peaceful life on the Tain l'Hermitage hill. It is there that he built the famous chapel (left) that has overlooked the Rhone Valley since the 13th Century In 1919, the chapel passed into the ownership of the Jaboulet family. This family traces their winemaking heritage back to 1834 and, from 1919 to 2005, they produced Hermitage La Chapelle from carefully blending the greatest vineyards on the Hermitage hill. Moulded by the Rhone, by glaciers and by winds, the Hermitage vineyards offer a range of terroirs unique in the world. The granite outcrops of Les Bessards, the south-facing white pebble slopes of Meal, the hillocks of Les Rocules and Les Murets, and even the lower slopes of Les Greffieux bring out the richness and complexity of Syrah. It is from blending all these terroirs that the 'La Chapelle' Hermitage is created and has become known as one of the standard bearers of the appellation. The 1961 vintage has gone down in history as one of the greatest wines in the world. Other great vintages include 1964, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1990, 1991, 2003, 2005, and 2009 Area Planted: 21 ha Average Production: 2000 cases The total harvest of the Cote du Rhone wines was 535039 HL. The harvest began on the 13th of September and finished on the 23rd of September. A temperate Winter and good weather in the early spring started off well for the vines, but heavy rains in early June led to significant damage and lower yields. Fortunately, the weather for the rest of the season was ideal and went on to produce an exceptional vintage. Quantity: 1

  • USAUSA
  • 2011-11-12
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Romanee conti 1990 domaine de la romanee-conti

Romanee Conti 1990 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Cote de Nuits, Grand Cru Packed in 12 bottle DRC 1990 Assortment owc, bottle #s 479, 517, 773, 784, 788, 851, 894, 937, 2 slightly scuffed labels, otherwise excellent appearance, purchased from Sotheby's New York May 22, 1999, Lot 502 A very great wine, the epitome of that Romanee-Conti silkiness. The full aristocratic dimension of the wine is in full flower here, packed with concentration and fruit to the maximum degree. SS. See illustration Lot 14 8 bts (wc) per lot: USD 80000-110000 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. SS. 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. SS.

  • USAUSA
  • 2012-11-17
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CHATEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD VERTICAL [MULTIPLE VINTAGE LISTING]

Chateau Mouton Rothschild Vertical Pauillac, 1er Cru Classe 1918 (1 bt) u. vts, Etablissment Nicolas printed on original Carlu label, hand blown glass bottle, slightly soiled label, otherwise very good appearance, excellent color and clarity 1924 (1 bt) u. t/hs, scuffed and slightly soiled label, torn and scuffed capsule, capsule reads on top: Mouton HR Rothschild Pauillac Medoc, hand blown glass bottle, excellent color and clarity 1926 (1 bt) u. ts, heavily damp stained and spotted label, modern style Mouton capsule, hand blown glass bottle, excellent color and clarity 1945 (1 bt) u. hs, bottle #2596, nicked and slightly corroded capsule, 2 piece Victoire label, scuffed and slightly soiled label, excellent color and clarity 1946 (1 bt) u. ts, scuffed and soiled label, excellent color and clarity 1947 (1 bt) u. h/m, 1947 branded cork visible under shortened capsule, nicked and slightly corroded capsule, otherwise very good appearance, excellent color and clarity 1948 (1 bt) u. hs, scuffed capsule, otherwise very good appearance, excellent color and clarity 1949 (1 bt) Nicked label, modern capsule, believed late release from the chateau, excellent color and clarity 1950 (1 bt) u. t/hs, wrinkled, damp soiled and scuffed label, scuffed capsule, excellent color and clarity 1951 (1 bt) u. ms, sign of seepage, corroded and torn capsule, scuffed and faded label, excellent color and clarity 1952 (1 bt) u. bn, very good appearance, modern chateau capsule, believed late release from the chateau, excellent color and clarity 1953 (1 bt) u. ms, scuffed and slightly stained label, scuffed and slightly corroded capsule, excellent color and clarity 1954 (1 bt) u. ls, slightly soiled and nicked label, nicked and corroded capsule, excellent color and clarity 1955 (1 bt) u. ms, glue striped, scuffed and soiled label, excellent color and clarity 1956 (1 bt) u. t/hs, scuffed capsule, otherwise very good appearance, excellent color and clarity 1957 (1 bt) u. vts, slightly raised cork, nicked and scuffed capsule, otherwise very good appearance 1958 (1 bt) u. h/m, nicked and scuffed capsule, scuffed, nicked and slightly soiled label, excellent color and clarity 1959 (1 bt) u. vts, scuffed and soiled capsule, vintage 1959 visible on cork, very good appearance, excellent color and clarity 1960 (1 bt) u. hs, slightly faded and scuffed label, excellent color and clarity 1961 (1 bt) u. t/hs, damp stained label, excellent color and clarity 1962 (1 bt) u. hs, slightly scuffed and stained label, excellent color and clarity 1963 (1 bt) u. ms, excellent appearance, color and clarity 1964 (1 bt) u. t/hs, slightly scuffed and slightly stained label, excellent color and clarity 1965 (1 bt) u. h/m, slightly scuffed label, excellent color and clarity 1966 (1 bt) u. ts, slightly scuffed label, excellent color and clarity 1967 (1 bt) u. t/hs, glue striped and slightly scuffed label 1968 (1 bt) u. t/hs, glue striped, slightly scuffed and slightly stained label, slightly corroded capsule, excellent color and clarity 1969 (1 bt) u. bn, slightly scuffed label 1970 (1 bt) u. hs, corroded capsule, otherwise excellent appearance, color and clarity 1971 (1 bt) u. t/hs, slightly scuffed label, excellent color and clarity 1972 (1 bt) u. ms, glue striped and stained label, excellent color and clarity 1973 (1 bt) u. vts, glue striped and scuffed label 1974 (1 bt) u. vts. stained label 1975 (1 bt) u. t/hs, glue striped and stained label, excellent color and clarity 1976 (1 bt) u. t/hs, glue striped and stained label, corroded capsule 1977 (1 bt) u. ts, damp stained and glue striped label 1978 (1 bt) u. vts, scuffed label, nicked capsule 1978 (1 bt) u. ts, scuffed label, nicked capsule 1979 (1 bt) Scuffed label 1980 (1 bt) u. ts, slightly scuffed label 1981 (1 bt) u. ts, slightly scuffed label 1982 (1 bt) 1983 (1 bt) u. vts, slightly scuffed label 1984 (1 bt) u. vts, slightly scuffed and nicked label 1985 (1 bt) u. bn 1986 (1 bt) u. bn 1987 (1 bt) Slightly scuffed label 1988 (1 bt) 1989 (1 bt) 1990 (1 bt) 1991 (1 bt) 1992 (1 bt) 1993 (1 bt) American label 1993 (1 bt) Balthus label 1994 (1 bt) 1995 (1 bt) 1996 (1 bt) Slightly scuffed label Lot 6563 57 bts (5 sc, cn) Per lot: HKD 400000-550000 Per lot: USD 50000-70000 This spectacular 57 bottle vertical reflects Ambassador Weiser's love and deep appreciation of Chateau Mouton Rothschild. A vertical of such depth is rarely seen and has been meticulously cared for and stored in his Ann Arbor cellar for many years. With the exception of the 1945 bottling, all labels are RC - Reserve du Chateau - and 20 labels have excellent appearance. Please note that the bottles with levels at ms (mid-shoulder) and ls (low shoulder) have been included to keep this vertical as complete as it is, but these bottles may be of variable condition. Quantity: 1

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  • 2014-04-03
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Château Ausone 2000

HIGHLIGHTS FROM AN EXTRAORDINARY PRIVATE COLLECTION Lots 127-138 are selected highlights from the cellar that formed the largest part of our September 15 sale of Fine and Rare Wines. These wines were purchased upon initial commercial release from the very best New York retailers and have been stored in ideal, temperature controlled, professional storage. THE 2000 BORDEAUX CAPSULE CELLAR Château Ausone--Vintage 2000(12) In two six-bottle original wooden cases "Proprietor Alain Vauthier has produced a prodigious wine that captures the essence of Ausone's terroir. A saturated black/purple color is followed by sensational aromas of ink, cherries, blackberries, blueberries, and that wet stones/liquid minerality characteristic. The wine has phenomenal presence on the palate as well as astonishing richness and purity. Despite its extract, power, and richness, it is remarkably light, with a surreal delicacy. It is a tour de force in winemaking and a compelling expression of this magical terroir. It should prove to be legendary, but sadly, anyone over the age of 50 will probably not live to see it come close to maturity. Anticipated maturity: 2020-2075." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Cheval Blanc--Vintage 2000(12) In original wooden case "This closed, backward blend of 53 Merlot and 47 Cabernet Franc boasts a saturated purple color along with a reticent but striking bouquet of blackberries, blueberries, truffles, and mocha. In spite of its tightness, aeration reveals scents of licorice, menthol, and saddle leather. Opulent and full-bodied, with low acidity, sweet tannin, and a 60-second finish, it is unquestionably as profound as the 1990 and 1982. I still believe the 2000 has the potential to be the most compelling Cheval Blanc since the mythical 1947 and 1949, but patience is required. It should merit a three digit score in 7-10 years, but it is closed at present. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2030+. Note: The score for this wine was 98 in The Wine Advocate but it is changed to 100 per Mr. Parker as of August, 2006." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Haut Brion--Vintage 2000(12) In original wooden case "It will always be tempting to compare the 2000 Haut-Brion with the perfect 2000 La Mission Haut-Brion. However, it is not as fat, unctuous, flamboyant, or voluminous as La Mission. Yet, like a great diplomat, it is a wine of intensity, authority, and measured restraint. A supremely elegant offering, its dense ruby/purple color, and burgeoning perfume of scorched earth, liquid minerals, plums, black currants, cherries, lead pencil, and subtle spicy oak are followed by a delicate yet powerfully flavorful, multi-layered, highly nuanced, and extraordinarily pure and seamless wine. There have been so many recent classics from Haut-Brion, it is premature to suggest the 2000 is better than the 1998, 1995, 1990, or 1989, but it is certainly a prodigious wine of dazzling persistence, length, and complexity. A blend of 51 Merlot, 42 Cabernet Sauvignon, and 7 Cabernet Franc, it should prove to be uncommonly long-lived, even by the standards of Haut-Brion. Anticipated maturity: 2012-2040." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Lafite-Rothschild--Vintage 2000(12) In original wooden case "Well, well, well - Lafite Rothschild does it again. Ever since manager Charles Chevalier was transferred from his beloved Sauternes property of Rieussec (also owned by the Rothschilds) to Lafite in 1994, there has been a succession of profound wines to emerge from this noble estate. The 2000 Lafite Rothschild, a blend of 93.3 Cabernet Sauvignon and 6.7 Merlot (only 36 of the crop made the grade) has an opaque ruby/purple color, followed by an extraordinary aromatic expression of liquid minerals/stones interwoven with the tell-tale graphite notes, mulberry, black currants, caramel, and tobacco. In the mouth, it is remarkably light on its feet, but somehow seems to pack intense flavors into layer upon layer of fruit and richness that cascade over the palate. A compelling wine, with extraordinary precision, great intensity, and a seamlessness in spite of what are obviously elevated levels of tannin, this wine was provocatively open and beautiful when tasted in January and February, but I am sure it will soon close down. The finish lasted a whopping 72 seconds! This is utterly fascinating stuff. Anticipated maturity: 2011-2050." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Latour--Vintage 2000(12) In original wooden case "There are only 14,000 cases (only 48 of the crop made it into the grand vin) of the 2000, which flirts with perfection. Truly great stuff, it reveals perfect equilibrium, great finesse, yet colossal size, with a thickness and density that rival the brilliant 1996. This saturated black ruby/purple colored wine seems almost discreet on first inspection, but with aeration, notes of vanilla, exceptionally pure, mineral-infused creme de cassis, and earth emerge. Full-bodied and tannic, it should come close to representing perfection. Latour's 2000 is hard to compare with previous vintages. It obviously does not have the opulence of the 1990 and 1982, yet there is an extraordinary purity, delineation, seamlessness, and freshness to this wine that sets it apart from previous vintages. In any event, it is prodigious, with at least five decades of evolution ahead of it. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2050." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Margaux--Vintage 2000(12) In original wooden case "Bottled in late November, 2002, the 2000 has turned out to be a colossal example of Chateau Margaux that is tasting even better from bottle than it was from cask. Only 40 of the crop made it into this 2000 Margaux, a blend of 90 Cabernet Sauvignon and 10 Merlot. Stylistically, it is somewhat of a hybrid between the succulent, opulent, fleshy 1990, and the more delineated, structured, cooler climate-tasting 1996. The 2000 possesses a saturated ruby/purple color to the rim as well as an extraordinarily promising nose of creme de cassis intermixed with white flowers, licorice, and hints of espresso and toasty oak. There is great intensity, compelling purity, a multi-layered, full-bodied palate, and a finish that goes on for nearly 70+ seconds. Bottled naturally, with no filtration, it is a monumental example of the elegance and power that symbolize this extraordinary vineyard. A tour de force in winemaking, many of my colleagues predicted, far earlier than me, that it would be the "wine of the vintage." It is certainly one of the wines of the vintage, but there is plenty of competition, even at this lofty level of quality. Absolutely awesome! Anticipated maturity: 2012-2050." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Mouton Rothschild--Vintage 2000(12) In two six-bottle original wooden cases "The 2000 Mouton Rothschild is at its best with about 24-48 hours of decanting. A blend of 86 Cabernet Sauvignon and 14 Merlot, the wine offers a saturated ruby/purple color in addition to reticent but promising aromas of toast, coffee, licorice, creme de cassis, and roasted nuts. Dense, chewy, and backward, with tremendous purity and density in addition to obvious toasty oak, it is full-bodied, powerful, tannic, and backward. Twenty-four to 48 hours of aeration only hints at its ultimate potential. This blockbuster will be exceptionally long-lived. It is not as expressive as the other first-growth Medocs, but give it time. As I predicted in my first report on the millennium vintage (April, 2001), Philippine de Rothschild could be expected to do something special with her presentation of 2000. She has exceeded everyone's expectations with a work of art. Those who have seen the extraordinary packaging of the 2000 Mouton Rothschild must certainly realize this is a brilliant achievement. The bottle is extraordinary, and likely to have nearly as much value empty as full! Her genius is obvious, but it's what's inside that counts! Anticipated maturity: 2015-2050+." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Château Petrus--Vintage 2000(6) In original wooden case "A magical effort from Petrus, the 2000 has continued to gain weight and stature. From the bottle, it is a perfect wine, much like the 1998. The color is inky plum/purple to the rim and the nose, which starts slowly, begins to roar after several minutes, offering up scents of smoke, blackberries, cherries, licorice, and an unmistakable truffle/underbrush element. On the palate, this enormous effort is reminiscent of dry vintage port, with fabulous ripeness, a huge, unctuous texture, enormous body, and a colossal 65-second finish. I did not have the benefit of tasting it side by side with the equally perfect 1998, but it appears the 2000 is a more massive, macho/masculine wine, with more obvious tannin and structure than the seamless 1998. It is another wine to add to the legacy of the great vintages of Petrus. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2050. NOTE: The passing of a legend. Jean-Pierre Moueix, 1913-2003, passed away the weekend of March 29-30. A noble and erudite man, he single-handedly established the reputation for Pomerol. Founding his negociant firm in Libourne in 1937, he developed a marketplace in Belgium and northern Europe for many of the area's greatest wines. His success led to the purchase of many of the better vineyards, most renowned of which were Trotanoy (1953), La Fleur-Petrus (1953), Magdelaine (1954), and Petrus, partially owned until its outright acquisition in 2002. Jean-Pierre Moueix and his two sons, Christian and Jean-Francois, were the cornerstones of my early education of the wines of Pomerol. As a beneficiary of his wisdom and generosity, I shall always remember him as a visionary as well as a great man. His death symbolizes the end of an extraordinary life and era." Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #146 (Apr 2003) Above 90 bottles per lot

  • USAUSA
  • 2007-10-30
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Romanée-Conti Grand Cru 1978

A SUPER-RARE FULL CASE OF THE FAMED ROMANEE-CONTI 1978 Lying in Kemble, Gloucestershire (Octavian) Offered duty-paid, but available in bond Romanée-Conti Grand Cru--Vintage 1978 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Very good labels. Levels: two 2.5cms, four 3cms, two 3.5cms and four 4cms below base of corks Not in original wooden case Tasting Note: Magnificent. First tasted at the Domaine in 1983. Two bottles, slight variation due to the temperature, one just brought from the cool cellar. Fairly deep; harmonious but restrained; rich, massively constructed, the colder bottle seemed drier and spicier. Development scarcely budging after a further two years, fragrant, complete, fruit-packed. More bottle age needed. Then a leap of 15 years, less deep' a 'classic'. Singed leather, 'beetroot' Pinot nose which, after only 20 minutes in the glass, opened up fragrantly and flagrantly, great richness and depth; sweet, wonderful, mouthfilling flavour, elegant, dry finish. Years of life ahead. ..Most recently, bottle number 001256: imported by Domaine Chandon. The first and youngest of 11 classic vintages of Romanée-Conti: medium-pale, lively looking, open yellow-amber rim; sweet, rich, lovely fragrance, pure mature 'beetroot' varietal bouquet that opened up in the glass, soft fruit, whiff of raspberry; also sweet on the palate, full-bodied (yet a moderate 13 alcohol), interesting texture, peppery acidity and an upturned, almost spritz, finish. Last tasted at Wilfred Jaeger's Sunday DRC lunch, March 2002 ***** Drink now - 2012 M.B. 12 bottles per lot

  • GBRGrande Bretagne
  • 2006-10-05
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Domaine clarence dillon console designed by lord linley and prince

Domaine Clarence Dillon Console Designed by Lord Linley and Prince Robert of Luxembourg Slightly soiled label, excellent color and clarity Chateau Haut-Brion 1945 (1 bt) Excellent appearance, color and clarity Chateau Haut-Brion 1959 (1 bt) Slightly soiled label, slightly corroded capsule, excellent color and clarity Chateau Haut-Brion 1961 (1 bt) Slightly corroded capsule, slightly soiled label, excellent color and clarity Chateau Haut-Brion 1975 (1 bt) Slightly soiled label Chateau Haut-Brion 1989 (1 bt) Chateau Haut-Brion 1990 (1 bt) Chateau Haut-Brion 2009 (1 bt) Chateau Haut-Brion 2010 (6 bts)(owc) Chateau Haut-Brion Blanc 2010 (6 bts)(owc) Lot 8212 20 bts per lot: HKD 800000-1200000 per lot: USD 100000-150000 This beautiful limited edition cabinet (11 of 15) was designed by Prince Robert of Luxembourg, President of Domaine Clarence Dillon and Linley of London and holds one bottle of each of the following vintages: 1935, 1945, 1959, 1961, 1975, 1989, 1990, 2009. Hand crafted from the most precious woods (American Walnut, Satinwood, Indian Ebony stringing, Santos Rosewood and Macassa Ebony) the cabinet also contains secret drawers filled with fine silverware created by Italian silversmith Buccellati. The contents of the console include: -Silver plaque for each vintage -One silver Vine Triptych -One silver Coaster -Three small silver vine leaves -6 Bottles Château Haut-Brion Blanc 2010 -6 Bottles Château Haut-Brion Rouge 2010 -Corresponding dummy bottles are also supplied for display purposes This lot also includes a visit plus lunch or dinner for 8 at Château Haut-Brion. This lot is being offered without buyer's premium and 100% of the hammer price will benefit MEDECINS SANS FRONTIERES HONG KONG.

  • HKGHong Kong
  • 2013-10-04
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