Lots 116-357: A beautiful collection of the most famous names from Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and the New World, including 1945 Mouton and 1989 Petrus.
December 17, 05:34 PM GMT
1,100 - 1,600 GBP
Excellent levels and appearance, individual presentation coffret within OC
When I first saw this in 2011, it was all toast and oranges. In 2012 in Reims, it went into orbit. Noble and expressive from the outset, it is a huge wine and yet balanced, with fabulous projection. So rich, luscious and opulent, both the bouquet and the taste become even more complex, even 'smoky' as you leave it in the glass - a challenge in itself. I fell for this in a big way. In 2015, I detected a lovely, spicy, ginger finish. Serena Sutcliffe, MW
6 bts (oc)
REPRESENTING A COLLECTOR’S LIFE’S WORK, THIS IS A STUNNING COLLECTION FROM THE MOST STORIED PRODUCERS IN BORDEAUX, BURGUNDY AND FURTHER AFIELD, WITH A PARTICULARLY PHENOMENAL SELECTION OF MATURE PETRUS ALONGSIDE AN INCREDIBLY DEEP OFFERING OF BLUE-CHIP CHAMPAGNE. IN ADDITION TO THESE, OF SPECIAL NOTE IS AN OUTSTANDING PAIR OF EX-CHATEAU MOUTON 1945 BOTTLES, AUTHENTICATED AND RECONDITIONED BY THE CHATEAU IN 2019. ALL PURCHASED FROM A REPUTABLE UK MERCHANT AND SOTHEBY’S, AND STORED IN PROFESSIONAL TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED WAREHOUSING FOR ITS FULL LIFE.
LYING IN OCTAVIAN, WILTSHIRE Offered In Bond, available Duty Paid
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