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Pétrus 1961

THE 1961 PETRUS It is hard to imagine a world without Pétrus, for in the sphere of wine, Pétrus circles and radiates its influence like a celestial body. Pétrus is the ultimate expression of the opulence and charm that right bank wines can deliver when at their best. The wine is extraordinarily rich, powerful and conectrated often with characteristics of chocolate, truffles, Asian spices and unltra-ripe, creamy black fruits. Usually approachable within a decade, Pétrus wines from top vintages continue to appreaciate for many more years. As Stephen Brook writes in The Complete Bordeaux "the name Pétrus conjures up Bordeaux at its most splendid, most rarified, and most luxurious...Pétrus is a sumptuous wine." Pétrus--Vintage 1961 Pomerol, cru exceptionnel Lot 118 levels: three very top shoulder, nine top shoulder; two very lightly corroded capsules, one nicked capsule, one very lightly nicked label, very slight signs of old seepage on tissue, "Leeds Import Corporation" neck tags, "Shipped by Etablissements Duclot Fils & Cie" strip labels, in original wooden case stamped "Imported by Forman Bros Inc, Washington via Baltimore, Port of Discharge Baltimore," branded Pétrus on one side without vintage, vintage and contents stamp on other side, tissue wrapped prior to specialist inspection Lot 119 levels: four very top shoulder, four top shoulder, one upper shoulder, one upper mid shoulder, one mid shoulder; three lightly corroded capsules, two nicked capsules, two lightly bin soiled labels, two pencil-marked labels, one nicked label, "Leeds Import Corporation" neck tags, nine bottles with "Shipped by Etablissements Duclot Fils & Cie" strip labels "Ex-John Armit in London, our bottle of 1961 Pétrus is a legendary wine. On this occasion, our bottle was richly fruit, with notes of prune, fig, truffle and mineral. The wine did not seem very evolved, yet it was not particularly forthcoming on the nose. On the palate one senses the power and strength of Pétrus - this bottle seemed to be holding a bit in reserve, yet it was a powerful, concentrated wine with a long finish and a longer future in front of it." CC, Dinner at Sha Tin 18, Hong Kong, May 2011 11 bottlesper lot

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  • 2011-10-29
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La Tâche 1990

AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE THREE OF THE GREATEST WINES FROM THE INTERNATIONALLY SUCCESSFUL 1990 VINTAGE The following four lots were purchased on release from well known and respected Los Angeles retailers. These lots are being offered in original wood cases, in excellent condition. The wines were removed from ideal professional storage conditions just prior to this sale. Our consignor will be familiar to most buyers of these wines. You may recall this gentleman's other case of 1990 Romanée-Conti which appeared on the cover of our Los Angeles 29 April 2004 catalogue and was received with great interest from our buyers. For this particular sale he has chosen to showcase another 1990 Romanée-Conti (in original wooden case, banded prior to inspection - his last) and has added three other important lots: one case of 1990 La Tâche and two cases of 1990 Pétrus. All lots are in original wooden cases. Scott Torrence La Tâche--Vintage 1990 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti In original wooden case, banded prior to inspection Bottles numbered 10670-10681, four slight signs of seepage Levels: 2cm or better "I cannot think of a more profound, young red Burgundy tasted than DRC's 1990 La Tache. Although it still requires another 3-4 years of cellaring, it is incredibly endowed, with an extraordinary perfume of Asian spices as well as jammy black raspberries, cherries, and blackberries infused with smoke, toast, and dried herbs. Full-bodied, but ethereal, with layers of flavor, as well as mind-boggling delicacy and complexity, this youthful La Tache will be at its finest between 2004-2015." Robert Parker, eRobertParker.com (Feb 2002) 1 dozen bottles per lot

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  • 2007-10-30
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Château Mouton-Rothschild

Château Mouton-Rothschild Pauillac, 1er cru classé --Millésime/Vintage 1945 Etiquette légèrement abîmée et contre-étiquette portant le millésime endommagée. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) Lightly bin-soiled label. Damaged upper-label. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1946 Rebouchée. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Recorked. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1947 Etiquette légèrement froissée. Niveau début de l'épaule (1) Slightly creased label. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1948 Reconditionnée. Etiquette abîmée et légèrement endommagée. Niveau mi/bas-épaule(1) Reconditioned. Bin-soiled and slightly damaged label. Level mid/low-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1949 R.C. Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau base du goulot(1) R.C. Slightly bin-soiled label. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1950 R.C. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) R.C. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1951 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1952 Reconditionnée. Très bel aspect. Niveau base du goulot(1) Reconditioned. Very good appearance. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1953 Bel aspect. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) Good appearance. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1954 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1955 Très bel aspect. Niveau base du goulot(1) Very good appearance. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1956 Etiquette abîmée. Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Bin-soiled label. Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1957 Etiquette abîmée. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) Bin-soiled label. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1958 Bel aspect. Bandelette d'importation au Danemark. Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Good appearance. Danish strip-label. Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1959 Bel aspect. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) Good appearance. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1960 Etiquette abîmée. Niveau mi-épaule(1) Bin-soiled label. Level mid-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1961 Etiquette abîmée. Niveau base du goulot(1) Bin-soiled label. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1962 Etiquette légèremet abîmée. Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1963 Capsule légèrement corrodée. Etiquette pâle et tâchée par l'eau(1) Slightly corroded capsule. Faded and water stained label --Millésime/Vintage 1964 Bel aspect. Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Good appearance. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1965 Etiquette tâchée et légèrement endommagée. Niveau mi/bas-épaule(1) Stained and slightly damaged label. Level mid/low-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1966 Etiquette très abîmée. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Very bin-soiled. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1967 R.C. Niveau début de l'épaule(1) R.C. Level upper-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1968 Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1969 Bel aspect. Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Good appearance. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1970 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1971 Etiquette légèrement tâchée. Niveau haut de l'épaule (1) Slightly stained. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1972 R.C. Etiquette très légèrement griffée. Niveau base du goulot(1) R.C. Very lightly nicked label. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1973 Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1974 Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1975 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1976 Bel aspect. Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Good appearance. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1977 Etiquette légèremet tâchée par la colle. Niveau juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly glue-stained label. Level just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1978 Niveaux: une haut de l'épaule et une (Riopelle) juste en-dessous du haut de l'épaule(2) Levels: one top-shoulder and one (Riopelle) just below top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1979 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1980 Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1981 Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1982 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau haut de l'épaule(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level top-shoulder --Millésime/Vintage 1983 Niveau dans le goulot(1) Level into neck --Millésime/Vintage 1984 Niveau dans le goulot(1) Level into neck --Millésime/Vintage 1985 Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1986 Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1987 Niveau dans le goulot(1) Level into neck --Millésime/Vintage 1988 Etiquette légèrement abîmée. Niveau base du goulot(1) Slightly bin-soiled label. Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1989 Niveau à la base du goulot(1) Level base of neck --Millésime/Vintage 1990(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1991(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1992(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1993 Une étiquette en parfait état et une (Balthus) légèrement marquée(2) One label has very good appearance and one (Balthus) is slightly marked --Millésime/Vintage 1994 Etiquette légèrement marquée(1) Slightly marked label --Millésime/Vintage 1995(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1996(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1997(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1998(1) --Millésime/Vintage 1999(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2000(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2001(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2002(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2003(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2004(1) --Millésime/Vintage 2005(1) 63 bouteilles/Above 63 bottles par lot

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  • 2011-09-22
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La Tâche 1962

LA TÂCHE History The original La Tâche vineyard owned by Louis-Philibert Joly de Bevy at the beginning of the revolution passed, by forced sale after the revolution, through Jacques Jacquinot to Claude-François Viénot, a négociant in Dijon. At the turn of the 19th century, Viénot, to settle debts, sold his vines to Guillaume Basire which passed to General Liger Belair by marriage and remained in his family until 1933. For most of the 19th century, a large part of Les Gaudichots a lieu-dit adjoining La Tâche, was known in title deeds as Tâche Gaudichots or Tâche Gaudichottée. Indeed the issue remained confused until court proceedings in 1932 and the eventual establishment of the appellation contrôllée of La Tâche in September 1936. The Duvault-Blochet family, the ancestors of the de Villaines who currently co-own the property, acquired parcels of Les Gaudichots throughout the 19th Century including in 1862 a large parcel from M. Morellet and in 1866 a southern portion from M. Lausseure. Each of these vineyards was also referred to as Tâche Gaudichots. Throughout the early part of the 20th century, the basis for the appellation laws to come centered around the consistent use of local traditions, whether written or oral that would become key elements in determining the appellation d'origne. Vintage 1962 ***** Unquestionably a superior vintage to 1961 but I believe this was not fully recognized at the time - the trade complained that the prices were at the level of the '61s. Among other virtues (this is very subjective), 1962 harbours one of my are 6-star assessments: La Tâche. There was a cool spring with good flowering conditions in June Followed by a fair July, fine and warm August with some welcome rain in September. The belated harvest of sound, fully ripe grapes began on 8 October. Fairly understandably, not many of these wines are seen these days, but they are well worth looking out for. MB Property of an extremely knowledgeable West Coast Collector Removed by Christie's from a temperature controlled professional storage facility. La Tâche--Vintage 1962 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti Number 00230 Level: 5cm, wax capsule intact "Most recently, at a dinner party at home: level 4cm below cork; medium-deep, open, fully mature colour; 'scented beetroot' nose; rich, fabulous, perfection. Among my guests were Len Evans who rightly prides himself on his palate and (Lord) Rudolf Russell. All the wines were served blind-they included a typically idiosyncratic '49 Château-Calon, L Latour's '85 Corton-Charlemagne, the great '78 Barca Velha, my favourite '85 Ch Cheval Blanc and '35 Taylor. To Len's chagrin, he was trounced every time by Rudolph and had to resort to suggesting that a duke's son had an unfair flying start, being brought up with this class of wine! Last tasted at our London flat, June 2000 ****** (6 stars)" MB, Vintage Wine 1 jeroboam per lot

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  • 2006-03-02
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Château Pétrus 1982

CHATEAU PETRUS Pétrus, one of the world's rarest and most expensive wines was not so well known until the 1960s like many other Right Bank wines. It was only when the Moueix family bought a half share in the property in 1962 that its true potential began to be fully realized. Pitrus is now under the direction of Christian Moueix and oenologist, Jean-Claude Berrouet. This magical 11.4 hectare vineyard is located on a plateau on the highest part of Pomerol in the far east of the appellation. The topsoil and the subsoil at Pétrus are almost all clay (in neighboring properties the soil is a mixture of gravel-sand or clay-sand) and merlot flourishes in this soil. Pitrus' vineyard is planted with 95 Merlot. The vines are unusually old and are only replanted after they reach 70 years of age. The fruit of these vines is hand-harvested only in the afternoon, when the morning dew has evaporated, so as not to risk even the slightest dilution of quality. The grapes are fermented in cement vats and the wine is aged in 100 new oak barrels for 22-28 months. It is bottled unfiltered. Pétrus is extraordinarily rich, powerful and concentrated, often with characteristics of chocolates, truffles, Asian spices and ultra-ripe, creamy, black fruits. Pétrus is usually approachable after a decade or so in bottle, but the wines from the very greatest years will continue improving for many more years. Pétrus has a mythical quality when poured and a magical taste when sipped; of all wines in the world it retains a mystique only broken when the cork is pulled. Property of a North-East private collector Removed from climate-controlled professional storage Château Pétrus--Vintage 1982 Pomerol, cru exceptionnel Five lightly wrinkled labels In original wooden case "From barrel, this remains one of the greatest wines I have ever tasted. Whether fining and filtration pulled more out of it than was intended, only the proprietor knows. However, the 1982 Petrus turned in a strong performance in Philadelphia in contrast to other tastings when it has been less than spectacular. The color reveals some amber at the edge. A sweet nose of caramel, roasted herbs, cherry jam, cedar, and smoke is followed by a thick, full-bodied, unctuously-textured, low acid Petrus that is approaching full maturity." Wine Advocate #129 (Jun 2000) Robert Parker 6 magnums per lot

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  • 2006-03-02
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Château Cheval-Blanc 1947

CHÂTEAU 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 for at Cheval Blanc the soils are rich in clay, gravel, deep tan in color, the soil looks nurished and moist. A few yards away, as one encroaches upon La Dominique, the soil change is evidenced by more sand mixed with clay, altogether a lighter color, 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 appellation has as broad a drinking plateau as that of Cheval Blanc. The wine of Cheval Blanc for most of the last century stood alone in Saint Emilion's hierarchy. It wasn't until the mid-70s resurgence of Ausone that it had to share the stage. The vineyard had been in the Fourcaud-Laussac family for more than 150 years and covers an area of 87 acres. It has remained unchanged since 1850. Château Cheval-Blanc--Vintage 1947 Saint-Emilion, 1er grand cru classé (A) Lot 179 levels: seven top, eight upper/mid, six mid shoulder and three low shoulder; bin soiled labels, corroded capsules, torn labels, two depressed corks. Lot 180 levels; eight top, eight upper, four mid, three mid/low and one low shoulder; lightly faded labels, corroded capsules, one depressed cork and one damaged capsule Lot 180 in original wooden case, removed from tissue "It is not only the most impressive, famous (and expensive) '47 but is unquestionably one of the greatest wines of all time. It was at its best at the Latner dinner: lovely bouquet; losing its positive sweetness, though very rich and powerful (14 alcohol) with a slightly tarry taste. Still impressive. Most recently, faultless yet- dare I say it - unexciting. At Spencer House, London, May 2000 *****" MB, Vintage Wine 24 half-bottles Estimate on Request

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  • 2005-10-01
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Les Gaudichots 1929

(VOSNE ROMANEE), LES GAUDICHOTS The original la Tâche vineyard owned by Louis-Philibert Joly de Bevy at the beginning of the revolution passed, by forced sale after the revolution, through Jacques Jacquinot to Claude-François Viénot, a négociant in Dijon. At the turn of the 19th century, Viénot, to settle debts, sold his vines to Guillaume Basire which passed to General Liger Belair by marriage and remained in his family until 1933. For most of the 19th century, a large part of Les Gaudichots a lieu-dit adjoining La Tâche, was known in title deeds as Tâche Gaudichots or Tâche Gaudichottée. Indeed the issue remained confused until court proceedings in 1932 and the eventual establishment of the appellation contrôllée of La Tâche in September 1936. The Duvault-Blochet family, the ancestors of the de Villaines who currently co-own the property, acquired parcels of Les Gaudichots throughout the 19th Century including in 1862 a large parcel from M. Morellet and in 1866 a southern portion from M. Lausseure. Each of these vineyards was also referred to as Tâche Gaudichots. Throughout the early part of the 20th century, the basis for the appellation laws to come centered around the consistent use of local traditions, whether written or oral that would become key elements in determining the appellation d'origne. At this time the harvest from the Tâche-Gaudichots vineyards of Duvault-Blochet were bottled as "Vosne Romanée, les Gaudichots". In 1932 the Liger-Belair family sought to limit the rights to the La Tâche designation to the original Joly de Bevy vineyard, but lost after an extensive tasting and an official visit to the vineyard by the judge. Thus, the Gaudichots vineyards of de Villaine and Chambon (descendants of Duvault-Blochet) were able to be designated as La Tâche. When in the following year the Liger-Belair heirs sold by auction the original La Tâche vineyard, Edmond Gaudin de Villaine and Jacques Chambon became the sole owners of the present boundaries of La Tâche as eventually defined by the appellation laws in September 1936. The following incredible offering of Les Gaudichots from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is therefore a true piece of liquid history and an astonishing find in such quantity. 1929 ***** This was a glorious vintage, combining abundance and high quality. Refined, ripe, elegant; wines of immediate appeal, some of which, if well cellared, have stayed the course. MB, VintageWine Les Gaudichots--Vintage 1929 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Grand Premmier cru All lots light bin soiled labels Lot 2203-2206 levels: 5cm. Lot 2207-2208 levels: 5.5cm. Lot 2209-2210 levels: one 5.5cm and two 6cm. Lot 2211 levels: one 5.5cm, one 6cm and one 6.5cm. Lot 2212 levels: two 6cm and one 6.5cm. Lot 2213-2215 levels: 3.5cm. Lot 2216 levels: one 3.5cm and five 4cm. Lot 2217-2220 levels: 4cm. Lot 2221 levels: three 4cm and three 4.5cm. Lot 2222 levels: 4.5cm. Lot 2223 levels: one 3.5cm, one 5.5cm, one 6cm and three 6.5cm. Lot 2224 levels: 3cm. Lot 2225 levels: 3.5cm. Lot 2226 levels: five 4.5cm and seven 5cm. Lot 2211: one stained label. Lot 2212: one crowned capsule. Lot 2216: two nicked labels, three torn labels. Lot 2221: one torn label. Lot 2214: four nicked labels, one torn label. Lot 2226: two nicked labels. Parcel: lots 2203-2206, 2207-2208, 2209-2210, 2213-2215, 2217-2220 Tasting note from a representative bottle from this cellar: It was particularly thrilling to taste this wine, which of course today is recognised as La Tâche. It was garnet-red of medium depth, with amber rim. The nose was initially discreet, but a few minutes contact with the air allowed great, fruit-ripeness to emerge, with notes of spice and leather. These were followed by mushroom and truffle. The palate was fleshy, richly-built, muscular, mouth-filling. No sign whatever of disintegration, but sweet ripeness, with superb finesse and length. This is a wine of the most impressive beauty. AH Uniquestionably the star of the tasting. Appearance belied its power; rich, tangy, perfect bouquet, not showing its age; sweet. rich, powerful, marvellous 'grip' and length. A great rarity. Superb. MB 1 dozen bottlesper lot

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  • 2004-06-04
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Les Gaudichots 1929

(VOSNE ROMANEE), LES GAUDICHOTS The original la Tâche vineyard owned by Louis-Philibert Joly de Bevy at the beginning of the revolution passed, by forced sale after the revolution, through Jacques Jacquinot to Claude-François Viénot, a négociant in Dijon. At the turn of the 19th century, Viénot, to settle debts, sold his vines to Guillaume Basire which passed to General Liger Belair by marriage and remained in his family until 1933. For most of the 19th century, a large part of Les Gaudichots a lieu-dit adjoining La Tâche, was known in title deeds as Tâche Gaudichots or Tâche Gaudichottée. Indeed the issue remained confused until court proceedings in 1932 and the eventual establishment of the appellation contrôllée of La Tâche in September 1936. The Duvault-Blochet family, the ancestors of the de Villaines who currently co-own the property, acquired parcels of Les Gaudichots throughout the 19th Century including in 1862 a large parcel from M. Morellet and in 1866 a southern portion from M. Lausseure. Each of these vineyards was also referred to as Tâche Gaudichots. Throughout the early part of the 20th century, the basis for the appellation laws to come centered around the consistent use of local traditions, whether written or oral that would become key elements in determining the appellation d'origne. At this time the harvest from the Tâche-Gaudichots vineyards of Duvault-Blochet were bottled as "Vosne Romanée, les Gaudichots". In 1932 the Liger-Belair family sought to limit the rights to the La Tâche designation to the original Joly de Bevy vineyard, but lost after an extensive tasting and an official visit to the vineyard by the judge. Thus, the Gaudichots vineyards of de Villaine and Chambon (descendants of Duvault-Blochet) were able to be designated as La Tâche. When in the following year the Liger-Belair heirs sold by auction the original La Tâche vineyard, Edmond Gaudin de Villaine and Jacques Chambon became the sole owners of the present boundaries of La Tâche as eventually defined by the appellation laws in September 1936. The following incredible offering of Les Gaudichots from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is therefore a true piece of liquid history and an astonishing find in such quantity. 1929 ***** This was a glorious vintage, combining abundance and high quality. Refined, ripe, elegant; wines of immediate appeal, some of which, if well cellared, have stayed the course. MB, VintageWine Les Gaudichots--Vintage 1929 Côte de Nuits, Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Grand Premmier cru All lots light bin soiled labels Lot 2203-2206 levels: 5cm. Lot 2207-2208 levels: 5.5cm. Lot 2209-2210 levels: one 5.5cm and two 6cm. Lot 2211 levels: one 5.5cm, one 6cm and one 6.5cm. Lot 2212 levels: two 6cm and one 6.5cm. Lot 2213-2215 levels: 3.5cm. Lot 2216 levels: one 3.5cm and five 4cm. Lot 2217-2220 levels: 4cm. Lot 2221 levels: three 4cm and three 4.5cm. Lot 2222 levels: 4.5cm. Lot 2223 levels: one 3.5cm, one 5.5cm, one 6cm and three 6.5cm. Lot 2224 levels: 3cm. Lot 2225 levels: 3.5cm. Lot 2226 levels: five 4.5cm and seven 5cm. Lot 2211: one stained label. Lot 2212: one crowned capsule. Lot 2216: two nicked labels, three torn labels. Lot 2221: one torn label. Lot 2214: four nicked labels, one torn label. Lot 2226: two nicked labels. Parcel: lots 2203-2206, 2207-2208, 2209-2210, 2213-2215, 2217-2220 Tasting note from a representative bottle from this cellar: It was particularly thrilling to taste this wine, which of course today is recognised as La Tâche. It was garnet-red of medium depth, with amber rim. The nose was initially discreet, but a few minutes contact with the air allowed great, fruit-ripeness to emerge, with notes of spice and leather. These were followed by mushroom and truffle. The palate was fleshy, richly-built, muscular, mouth-filling. No sign whatever of disintegration, but sweet ripeness, with superb finesse and length. This is a wine of the most impressive beauty. AH Uniquestionably the star of the tasting. Appearance belied its power; rich, tangy, perfect bouquet, not showing its age; sweet. rich, powerful, marvellous 'grip' and length. A great rarity. Superb. MB 1 dozen bottlesper lot

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  • 2004-06-04
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Vins & Alcools

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