Two days of Sotheby's Hong Kong wine sales brought a total of HK$53,092,225 / US$6,806,695. Sotheby’s has sold HK$91.3 million / US$11.7 million in the opening round of autumn auctions in Hong Kong and New York – comfortably ahead of the equivalent in 2014.
Sale total: HK$27,115,449 / US$3,476,339
This important single owner sale will take place on the first day of Sotheby’s Fall auction season with over 10,000 bottles in 800 lots, estimated at HK$25 - 34 million/US$3.2 - 4.3 million. The wines in this collection have impeccable provenance, having been bought En Primeur and stored under ideal conditions. The sale includes outstanding Burgundy, with 300 bottles (over 80 lots) of DRC, as well as other highly sought after producers such as Armand Rousseau, Méo-Camuzet and Leflaive. The Bordeaux features all the First Growths, and Super Seconds, as well as all the other top classified growths, St Emilions and Pomerols.