This new online auction gives you the opportunity to bid on superb wines. From the half-bottle to the Melchior, without forgetting Jeroboams, classic wines are auctioned in large formats. As you will discover it, treasures are everywhere in this catalogue. You have until 29th November to find them. Go ahead and bid!
Grands Crus? This way!
From Bordeaux, the selection counts enough vintages in a row for vertical tastings of Petrus, Vieux Château Certan, Lynch Bages or Cos d’Estournel. Château Lafite is represented with mature wines starting at reasonable prices. Both left and right banks offer legendary vintages: Haut-Brion 1989, Château Latour 1982, Cheval Blanc 1995. 1990 covers different domains like Château Montrose, Château Lynch Bages, Château Pichon Longueville Baron, Cos d’Estournel, Château Troplong Mondot. The highlight of the sale is this captivating series of Léoville Barton wines, endless and especially dizzying with one of the flagship lots of the sale consisting of 34 bottles going from the half-bottle to the Melchior (24 bottles, 18 litres!). Same scenario, a notch cheaper, for Château Pibran which offers an identical series of bottles. Notice also that the second wines of the great chateaux from Bordeaux are very attractive: Les Forts de Latour and Le Pavillon Rouge from Château Margaux. But what really lies behind the myth?
From Burgundy, this auction counts many Grands Crus with a festival of bottles from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti that will beat records once again, as people want these bottles all over the world now. The prestigious wines from Coche-Dury are at the front, especially Meursault Les Perrières of which the price estimates go from record to record. Add to this, Meursault from Boisson Vadot and Comtes Lafon. Raveneau and Dauvissat in Chablis are also star domains of this sale. The 2010 selection is irresistible with Clos-des-Lambrays in red, and Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru Les Pucelles from Leflaive. The winemaker Christophe Roumier is represented by a selection of cuvées: Bonnes-Mares, Chambolle-Musigny 1er Cru Cras, Morey-Saint-Denis 1er Cru Clos de la Bussière. From Champagne, you can bid on prestige vintage cuvées from great houses. What would you think of a few drops of RD 1979 cuvée, from Bollinger?
From other vineyards you will have the opportunity to buy niche and renowned domains: la Grange des Pères (Languedoc), Ultime from Yvon Métras (Beaujolais), Clos de la Coulée de Serrant, Clos de la Néore, Clos Naudin, et même, Clos Rougeard (Loire). The Jura selection continues to offer top wines, and iDealwine is starting to become a specialist in having its best representatives. Starting with the Château-Chalon Reserve 1985 from Jean Macle, and other key domains (Tissot, Ganevat, Pierre Overnoy) and superb yellow wines to amaze you.
Treasures everywhere you look!
Come this way for good deals with wines that capture all our attention at less than €50. We share our favourites with you: from Bordeaux, the winning category is Sauternes! Refined domains produce elegant sweet wines: Climens, Lafaurie Peyraguey, Rayne Vigneau, Doisy Védrines or la Tour Blanche. Without forgetting the beautiful series of wines from Château Guiraud. Our eyes also turn to brut champagnes from authentic houses like Laurent Perrier, Perrier Jouët, Louis Roederer, as well as Deutz, real blue chips. For a starting bid at €1, you will find beautiful wines made by François Chidaine, Domaine de la Taille aux Loups and Dagueneau. Alsatian wines are very attractive with the Pinot Gris Clos Jebsal from Zind-Humbrecht or the Riesling Frédéric Emile Trimbach from Trimbach. Among the wines from the south, we remain loyal to names like Mas de Daumas Gassac, Mas Jullien, and the Clos des Cistes from Peyre Rose.
Let’s hope you’ll find what suits you! Enjoy this collection!
See wines available until 29th November:
29/11/2017 – 9.30am: Non French Wines 1920-2013
29/11/2017 – 10.00am: Misc. French Wines 1969-2015
29/11/2017 – 10.30am: Loire 1971-2015
29/11/2017 – 11.00am: Alsace Jura 1976-2013
29/11/2017 – 11.30am: Champagne 1976-2009
29/11/2017 – 12.00pm: Rhône 1978-2005
29/11/2017 – 12.30pm: Rhône 2006-2015
29/11/2017 – 01.00pm: Burgundy 1950-2006 – White
29/11/2017 – 01.30pm: Burgundy 2007-2015 – White
29/11/2017 – 02.00pm: Burgundy 1952-1998 – Red
29/11/2017 – 02.30pm: Burgundy 1999–2006 – Red
29/11/2017 – 03.00pm: Burgundy 2007–2015 – Red
29/11/2017 – 03.30pm: Bordeaux 1931–1985 – Red
29/11/2017 – 04.00pm: Bordeaux 1986-1994 – Red
29/11/2017 – 04.30pm: Bordeaux 1995-2001 – Red
29/11/2017 – 05.00pm: Bordeaux 2002-2006 – Red
29/11/2017 – 05.30pm: Bordeaux 2007-2014 – Red
29/11/2017 – 06.00pm: Bordeaux 1948-2012 – White