Burgundy ishitting the headlines in this online auction open until 28th June. It features the most exclusive and popular names of each region with 4,000 fine wine lots, including 1,000 lots from Burgundy (especially Côte-de-Nuits). White wines are nicely represented with first growths and Grands Crus from Chablis, like Le Clos from Domaine Raveneau, but also more affordable Chablis 1er Cru Beauregard 2012 from Domaine Patte-Loup. From Côte de Beaune, this sale offers Meursault wines from Domaine Roulot, in several vintages and especially the delightful 2009. For Chardonnay lovers, Coche-Dury, Leflaive and Ramonet will be most appreciated.
It is very important, and completely in keeping with the times, to mention the presence of feminine winegrowers. Indeed 50 lots represent the hard work of Lalou Bize-Leroy, at the head of Domaine Leroy. You will be able to discover Chambolles-Musigny 1er Cru from Ghislaine Barthod, Gevrey-Chambertin from Sylvie Esmonin, Chambolles-Musigny from Anne Gros, Morey-Saint-Denis from Cécile Tremblay, Pommard from Domaine Chantal Lescureand and Beaune 1er Cru from Alix de Montille.
Most Bordeaux classified growths are present: Mouton-Rothschild in vintages from 1973 to 2002, Château Margaux with 13 different vintages between 1983 and 2008, and Château Latour from 1964 to 2008. Petrus and Angélus reveal cuvées from 1967 to 2004. But also unmissable wines, from Château Pavie-Macquin, Léoville-Barton, Domaine de Chevalier. Less known and cheaper, but still very qualitative: Haut-Bergey 1970, Clos Puy Arnaud, Domaine de l’A 2005 and 2006.
Other regions display very nice selections, like the rosé wines from Château Simone from Palette and the whites from Château Revelette. Pleasant Jura wines from Macle, Tissot, Ganevat and Overnoy, are to taste. From the Rhône, enjoy Georges Vernay Condrieu 2011, Chateauneuf-du-Pape from Rayas, Bonneau, Pegaü and Domaine Marcoux. Once again, Guigal reveals its Côte-Rôtie wines La Mouline, La Turque et La Landonne. Don’t miss Crozes-Hermitage Domaine Combier Clos-des-Grives 2009. From the Loire valley, Montlouis from Chidaine, Pouilly-Fumé from Dagueneau, Sancerres from Mellot and Cotat rub shoulders with 10 vintages from Saumur-Champigny Clos Rougeard. Alsace overflows with attractive names such as Weinbach, Hugel, Ostertag, Josmeyer and Marcel Deiss, with his unusual approach of wine.
Out of France, succumb to Hungarian Tokays, German Rieslings, Spanish red wines with Vega Sicilia, Italian Barabesco, but also wines from Argentina, New-Zealand, USA, Canada and Australia. Moreover, a small selection of cognacs and whiskys is available.
- 9.30am Non-French Wines 1949-2014
- 10.00am Misc. French Wines 1853-2015
- 10.30am Loire 1985-2015
- 11.00am Alsace Champagne Jura
- 11.30am Rhone 1970-2004
- 12.00pm Rhone 2005-2015
- 12.30pm Burgundy whites 1964-2006
- 01.00pm Burgundy whites 2007-2014
- 01.30pm Burgundy reds 1937-1999
- 02.00pm Burgundy reds 2000 – 2005
- 02.30pm Burgundy reds 2006-2015
- 03.00pm Bordeaux reds 1945-1985
- 03.30pm Bordeaux reds 1986-1999
- 04.00pm Bordeaux reds 2000-2005
- 04.30pm Bordeaux reds 2006-2013
- 05.00pm Bordeaux whites 1962-2011
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