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Petrus 1982 (1 JM50)

In Bond Available Duty Paid

Estimate:

22,000 to - 28,000 GBP

Lots 304-319: A small but excellent private collection of claret with an outstanding offering of Petrus, the majority directly acquired at the Château by the current owner

Petrus 1982 (1 JM50)

Petrus 1982 (1 JM50)

Estimate:

22,000 to - 28,000 GBP

Lot sold:

39,680

GBP

Petrus 1982

Pomerol

Excellent level, label slightly damp stained and very slightly wrinkled

Mature colour. A great nose of prunes, spices, huge character and "presence". Liquorice, with sweet, gummy definition. Some sweet aniseed. A lovely sweet "leather" taste. Now has a pruney finish, with sweet, soft cinnamon at the end. Really mocha as it lingers on the palate. Superb, full, rich, ultra-dimensional taste. Rolls round the mouth. Unbeatable and stunning, with great meaty character. Leave it in the glass and it opens out gloriously. Serena Sutcliffe, MW

1 jero - 5 litres (cn)


Provenance:

 

A SMALL BUT EXCELLENT PRIVATE COLLECTION OF CLARET WITH AN OUTSTANDING OFFERING OF PETRUS, THE MAJORITY DIRECTLY ACQUIRED AT THE CHATEAU BY THE CURRENT OWNER

 

 

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


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