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Petrus 1985 (12 BT)

Estimate:

14,000

to
- 18,000 GBP

Lots 1-124: The impeccable cellar of a long standing wine lover and collector (IN BOND, AVAILABLE DUTY PAID)

Petrus 1985 (12 BT)

Petrus 1985 (12 BT)

Estimate:

14,000

to
- 18,000 GBP

Lot sold:

18,300

GBP

Petrus 1985

Pomerol

u. 1bn, 4 labels with good appearance, 8 slightly wrinkled including 6 slightly stained along bottom edge, 1 slightly nicked at bottom edge, 1 very slightly worn along bottom edge, capsules slightly worn and showing slight signs of corrosion, 3 slightly nicked around collar, 1 slightly nicked on top

A recent bottle was one of the greatest, with a glorious earthy, truffley, tobacco bouquet, with notes of lead pencil and liquorice all the way through. It was just so rosy of taste, so bloomy, utterly luscious and yet linear underneath. Another bottle had a bouquet that was very berryish, typically Petrus. Irony taste. Absolutely ready. Serena Sutcliffe, MW

12 bts (cn)


Provenance:


THE IMPECCABLE COLLECTION OF A LONG-STANDING WINE LOVER AND COLLECTOR


ALL THE WINES IN THIS COLLECTION WERE PURCHASED THROUGH ESTABLISHED WINE MERCHANTS, THE MAJORITY BEING PACKED IN CARTON BY A SOTHEBY'S SPECIALIST. THESE WINES HAVE BEEN STORED IN PERFECT CONDITIONS IN A DEEP UNDERGROUND CELLAR WITH CONSTANT AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF THE IMPECCABLE COLLECTION OF A LONG-STANDING WINE LOVER AND COLLECTOR


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


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