The Masterpiece Collection presents the remarkable cellar of a connoisseur of both wine and art. The Bordeaux selection could almost be called The Battle of the First Growths together with their Right Bank equivalents where benchmark 1982s feature strongly. Click ahead to see highlights from the collection. The Masterpiece Collection 16 May 2018 | London
Following a successful white-glove auction in Hong Kong, Sotheby's is honored to offer more exceptional wines from the Estate of Jerry Perenchio. Mr. Perenchio was best known as a legendary entrepreneur who negotiated some of the biggest events in entertainment history. Deeply passionate about wine, Mr. Perenchio built a cellar that today represents the best of the best, with legendary wines from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Leroy and de Vogüé in Burgundy, and Petrus and all of the First Growths from Bordeaux. Mr. Perenchio's quest for excellence was recognized in Hong Kong, with the first sale more than doubling pre-sale expectations. The second auction of the collection will take place in New York on 19 May 2018.
Sotheby’s is delighted to offer this April the world’s most sought-after wines in landmark vintages from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône, Piedmont and Napa. From blockbusters such as Haut Brion 1989 and Rayas 1990 to a coveted collection of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in original wood including a banded case of Echézeaux 1990, this auction features masterful winemaking and legendary vintages for serious collectors and new bidders alike. Finest & Rarest Wines 21 April | New York
Sotheby’s Wine is proud to offer a complete collection of Château Pichon Longueville Baron from the outstanding 2009 vintage in Finest & Rarest Wines (21 April, New York), and a complete collection of Château Montrose 2010 in Finest & Rarest Wines (18 April, London). Both collections include all ten bottle formats currently made, from half bottles to the 18-litre Melchior. This very unique offering is perfect for both new and seasoned collectors: for the new collector building a wine cellar, this collection is an opportunity to instantly acquire a complete series of the wine, instead of spending years sourcing each bottle; while for the seasoned collector, this set of wines will add another dimension to their collection. CHATEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE, BARON 2009, A COMPLETE COLLECTION INCLUDING ALL TEN BOTTLE FORMATS FROM HALF-BOTTLES (375 ML) TO MELCHIOR (18 LITERS). ESTIMATE $26,000–35,000.
On 31 March, The Philanthropist's Cellar: An Extraordinary Collection Sold to Benefit Charitable Causes will be auctioned in Hong Kong in what could potentially be Sotheby's largest-ever single-owner wine sale in Asia. Proceeds from the 800 lots will benefit the improvement of the health and educational conditions of children and young people in rural China. Ahead of the sale, Serena Sutcliffe, MW, reflects on the generosity of this esteemed connoisseur and the legendary Bordeaux wines being offered from his collection.
Every inspection is different, with its own unique quirks and hurdles to cross. Inspecting wine is a wonderful way to get an understanding of not only the provenance and condition of the wines, but to really get a feeling of the essence of the collector and the collection. During a bitterly cold week in January, in the heart of the English country side, my colleagues – Paul Wong, Damian Tillson, Claire Collini, Caroline Shepherd and James Reed – and I undertook the inspection of the Philanthropist's Cellar. We knew what an extensive collection this was, but only when you stood next to all the cases did you get the sense of the magnitude and incredible of depth of some of Bordeaux’s legendary wines. It took the first morning to discuss exactly how to best tackle the opening and inspecting of more than 800 cases of wine, the majority in original cases: 25 cases of Cheval Blanc 1982 and 40 cases of Margaux 1982, to name but a few! CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC 1982. ESTIMATE HK$60,000–85,000.
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