5 Wines to Enjoy Now

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The Legacy Collection: A Drinking Cellar features mature wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhône, Champagne, and Italy rarely seen at auction. This auction is the perfect opportunity for both collectors and enthusiasts to acquire perfectly-aged wines ready to enjoy now.

5 Wines to Enjoy Now

  • Jean Jacques Confuron, Romanée-St-Vivant 1990
    JJ Confuron’s Romanée-Saint-Vivant is one of the last few hidden gems of Burgundy. It is made in minuscule quantities from a very tiny vineyard of just 0.5 hectares in between Leroy and Hudelot-Nöellat.
  • Clair Daü, Chambertin, Clos de Bèze 1983
    Amongst the roster of legendary Burgundy domaines that no longer exist is Domaine Clair-Daü. The Chambertin-Clos de Bèze 1983 offered in this auction is one of the last vintages from this historic domaine.
  • Mugneret-Gibourg, Echézeaux 1988
    Wines today made by the Mugneret sisters are made in tiny quantities and one of the most coveted by Burgundy wine enthusiasts. Offered here is the Echézeaux from 1988, a wine made by the previous generation and perfect way to understand the stylistic evolution of this domaine.
  • Vietti, Barolo, Rocche 1989
    Vietti has recently been the darling of the wine community after garnering multiple 100-point wines from the most respected publications. Rarely seen are their older vintages and offered here is a 3 liter large format bottle of their single-vineyard Rocche from the outstanding 1989 vintage – perfect for your next dinner party!
  • Dom Pérignon 1992
    An underrated Champagne vintage, the 1992 has been overshadowed by the 1990 and 1996. The 1992 is the perfect vintage to enjoy now especially for those who enjoy mature Champagne.

    Dom Perignon 1992 is being offered in lots 441–452
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