Every new auction brings with it a chance for you to take home the bottle of your dreams! This time we have a gorgeous selection of Burgundy bottles and spirits. And there are plenty of treasures from other regions to tempt you, too. We’ll let you judge for yourself.
From Burgundy, you’re spoilt for choice! We have lots from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, rarities from Leroy such as the Richebourg 1996 and 2002, the 1998 Musigny and the 1996 Corton-Charlemagne. There’s a grand cru La-Romanée from Domaine Liger-Belair, the 2003 Bonnes-Mares from Domaine d’Auvenay and some truly fine whites from Coche-Dury. You should also look out for Jacky Truchot’s mature vintages (Clos de la Roche 1996 and 1997, Charmes Chambertin from 1996). Some of the other coveted names include Faiveley, Bizot, Georges Roumier and Raveneau. And if you’re looking for a good deal, move away from the Côte de Nuits for a second and consider the regional appellation cuvées from the likes of Trapet, de Moore, Etienne Sauzet and Jean Marie Fourrier.
We’ve got some real stunners from Bordeaux, too, from the assorted 2005 case and several mature vintages from Petrus (notably a 1989 and a well-aged 1960!), to names like Lafite Rothschild, Angélus (with a 1990 and a 2010), 1989 Haut-Brion, 1989 Mouton-Rothschild and a 1982 Latour. Note also the presence of a 2001 Château Lafleur or the very fashionable Château Le Puy. This often gets forgotten, but it is more than feasible to find an affordable deal from this most iconic region! Head for names like Château Verrière, Chantegrive and Domaine de l’A, whose wines are all at good prices considering their high quality.
From the Rhône, you’ll find superstars like Jean-Louis Chave, Rayas, Clape or Gonon alongside in-vogue signatures like Pierre-Bénetière, L’Anglore, Gangloff, Daniel Sage, La Grande Colline (Hirotake Ooka), Clos des Grillons, Dard and Ribo.
From the Loire, we’ve got a head’s up for fans of the rare Astéroïde cuvée from Dagueneau which is bound to draw in the crowds. The same goes for Clos Rougeard’s mature vintages and the coveted, natural cuvées from Richard Leroy and Clos Nouveau.
Don’t miss out on our champagne selection, all from exceptional houses like Salon (1969), Krug (Vintage 1979) or the blanc de blanc from Selosse. From the south, lots of 1993 Grange des Pères will provoke some heated bidding wars, much like for Domaine des Miroirs and Domaine des Murmures, highly prized and keenly sought.
To finish, we have some exceptional spirits available. The Louis XIII Rémy Martin cognac is a blend of very mature cognacs all from Grande Champagne, one of the region’s rarest and most prestigious spirits. Or perhaps you’d prefer an 1898 cognac by Bisquit Dubouché, a bottle that’s 122 years old! Numerous precious bottles of whisky and rum are also waiting for you…
And see the full catalogue below
30/09/2020 – 10H00 : Misc. French Wines 1973-2019
30/09/2020 – 10H30 : Languedoc Roussillon 1993-2018
30/09/2020 – 11H00 : Champagne 1947-2015
30/09/2020 – 11H30 : Alsace Jura 1959-2018
30/09/2020 – 12H00 : Loire 1959-2019
30/09/2020 – 12H30 : Burgundy 1984-2012 – White
30/09/2020 – 13H30 : Burgundy 2013-2018 – White
30/09/2020 – 14H30 : Burgundy 1973-2009 – Red
30/09/2020 – 15H30 : Burgundy Enchère – Burgundy 2010-2015 – Red
30/09/2020 – 16H30 : Burgundy 2016-2018 – Red
01/10/2020 – 10H00 : Porto & Spiritueux 1898-2017
01/10/2020 – 10H30 : Autres vins Etranger 1954-2018
01/10/2020 – 11H00 : Rhône 1996-2019 – White
01/10/2020 – 11H30 : Rhône 1976-2013 – Red
01/10/2020 – 12H30 : Rhône 2014-2019 – Red
01/10/2020 – 13H30 : Bordeaux 1976-2014 – White
01/10/2020 – 14H00 : Bordeaux 1959-1995 – Red
01/10/2020 – 15H00 : Bordeaux 1996-2003 – Red
01/10/2020 – 16H00 : Bordeaux 2004-2017 – Red