Finest and Rarest Wines

Finest and Rarest Wines

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Lot 9153 – 9439: Wines From The Transcendent Sale – Rare Champagne, Burgundy, and Rhone in Parcel Quantities

Dom Pérignon 1926 (1 BT)

Auction Closed

April 24, 09:37 AM GMT


11,000 - 15,000 HKD

Lot Details


Dom Pérignon 1926

Reverse ullage: 1.5cm, label slightly soiled, torn across centre, scuffed at edges and nicked at base, wax capsule cracked and slightly damaged, label states "specially shipped for Simon Brothers et Co's centenary 1835-1935,"

1 bt (cn)


Buyers are provided a rare chance to acquire gems from a small part of the Transcendent Sale that took place between 29 to 31 March in 2019. Wines have been stored at Crown Wine Cellars since the sale and have not been moved until recently for re-inspection. Each bottle carries a commemorative special label. Majority of the older wines were purchased from Sotheby’s and other major auction houses. Many of the wines were purchased from the most important Single Owner sales. Some wines were purchased from a handful or reputable UK and European wine merchants, with recent vintages being bought on initial release. Buyers can refer to the Transcendent Catalogue for additional remarks.

This collection offers a fabulous selection of rare and mature Champagne. For instance, parcel quantities of Dom Perignon are on offer, spanning 8 decades, from 1926 to 1992. With a total of 494 bottles and 34 magnums.

In addition, Bordeaux and Burgundies spanning 6 decades are on full display with all French Classics such as DRC, Comte de Vogue, Coche Dury and Ramonet, Jaboulet, Lafite and Cheval Blanc.  

The Hong Kong Tax has been fully paid on these lots, however, the buyer has sole responsibility for any transport costs and any duty or taxes when shipping the lot outside of Hong Kong.


Under the law of Hong Kong, intoxicating liquor must not be sold or supplied to a minor in the course of business.


Image shown is for reference only. For bottle condition please refer to cataloguing notes above.