Don’t even try to resist the temptation of this new auction! It obviously includes the classic clarets, Burgundy and a nice selection from the Rhone on over a century of vintages. Try to get successful bids on some years missing in your cellar or access large formats (up to Nebuchadnezzar).
In this sale, you’ll also find 500 lots from other French regions with a particularly large amount of Loire. Fancy Champagne? You can choose from 300 bottles from small independent producers to the most iconic houses. Outside of France no less than 200 lots will take you on a wine journey across the world!
Here are a few highlights of the sale:
Rhone: Château des Tours 2010 from Emmanuel Reynaud (owner of château Rayas), Côte-rôtie Les Grandes Places 2000 from Jean-Michel Gerin and La Belle Hélène de Stéphane Ogier, the Cornas Les Eygats 2010 from domaine Courbis and Cuvée Da Capo from domaine du Pegaü.
Bid until 29th June and access below the catalogues
Read further on iDealwine Le Blog:
- Auction Report 25th May: Top Alsace & Rhône: La Chapelle 1961
- Auction Report 17th May: Daguenau grabs headline
- Auction Report 27th April: 1966 vintage and Yquem
- Auction Report 13th April: stagnant Bordeaux & Burgundy
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