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CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 1996 BONNEAU DU MARTRAY
Estimate
1,2001,600
LOT SOLD. 1,634 GBP
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158
CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 1996 BONNEAU DU MARTRAY
Estimate
1,2001,600
LOT SOLD. 1,634 GBP
Estimates are per lot
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CORTON CHARLEMAGNE 1996 BONNEAU DU MARTRAY
Corton Charlemagne 1996 Bonneau du Martray
Côte de Beaune, Grand Cru
Good levels, colour and clarity, several labels very slightly marked, 11 bts tissue wrapped

Briary, blossomy nose. Honey elements starting to come out. Becomes really heady as befits high level of sugar this year. Rich, fat, almondy taste. Terrific balancing acidity for the richness. Will last decades. A splendid fresh nuttiness at the end. Serena Sutcliffe, MW
158:12 bts (cn)
per lot: GBP 1,200-1,600
per lot: USD 1,500-2,000
per lot: EUR 1,349-1,700

LYING IN OCTAVIAN, WILTSHIRE
Offered In Bond, available Duty Paid


These items are in bond. The buyer has a choice of taking the item in bond (with the sale being made in bond) or taking the item duty paid. Bidding is at in bond prices.
If taken in bond, VAT will not be charged on the hammer price. VAT will be charged at the standard rate on the buyer's premium.
If taken duty paid, duty at the current rate and bond clearance charges, equivalent to the standard rate of VAT on the hammer price plus duty, will be added to the buyer's invoice. Unless notified otherwise at the time of sale, EU residents will receive a duty paid invoice. Buyers requiring their wine in bond must arrange collection of their wine either by a shipper with a bond movement guarantee or by a registered tax warehouse if the wine is to remain in the UK. If the buyer subsequently removes the wine from bond, the buyer will be responsible for duty, clearance, delivery, VAT and any other charges that may apply from the date of the sale.
If taken duty paid, when Sotheby's releases the property to buyers in the UK, the buyer must pay Sotheby's duty at the current rate and import VAT at the standard rate on the hammer price plus duty which may not be cancelled or refunded by Sotheby's. VAT will be charged at the standard rate on the buyer's premium.
(VAT-registered buyers from the UK should note that the invoice issued by Sotheby's showing import VAT payable, is not suitable evidence for recovering that VAT. In order to recover this as input tax, a VAT registered buyer must purchase the wine in bond and clear it under his own name and VAT number. HM Revenue and Customs will then issue a From C79 which is acceptable evidence for recovering the VAT as input tax subject to the normal rules.)
(All business buyers from outside the UK should refer to 'VAT refunds to Non EU business buyers' for information on how to recover VAT incurred on the buyer's premium).

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