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Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1976 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac. Clive Coates: "There is fruit and opulence here though in a somewhat flabby sort of way. Ripe, spicy but also some astringence on the nose. On the palate, in its burly way, this is one of the better of the 1976s. Good fruit, some richness, no lack of acidity. So still fresh and quite long. Medium body. Tasted October 1990." (Grands Vins: The Finest Châteaux of Bordeaux and Their Wines, pg 71) Notes on the label: "The French painter Pierre Soulages (1919-) discovered Cézanne and Picasso in the late Thirties. After the war he made a decisive move towards abstract work. He immediately caught the public imagination with a new visual language: a mesh of extended strokes of dark colour in conflict with the lyrical violence of a painting style produced by the use of combs: rubber or leather scrapers, knives, spatulas and a huge range of brushes. His canvases almost always use a non-colour, often black, but sometimes brown or cobal
Starting Bid: $440.00

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Pichon Lalande, Pauillac. Decanter: "Good solid nose. Tannic fruit on the palate. Good, big and sound. Very deep red; closed nose, with a hint of smoky oak; fairly soft and approachable, reasonable concentration and grip, good acidity, no unripeness; quite good length. *Four Stars* (SB)" (06/1997)
Starting Bid: $77.00

Bid on this bottle of 2010 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (99JD, 97DC, 97RP, 97WE, 96VN, 95JS, 95ST, 95WS). Jeb Dunnuck: "Borderline perfection in a bottle, the 2010 Pichon-Longueville Baron (79% Cabernet Sauvignon and 21% Merlot) boasts a saturated purple color as well as truly extraordinary aromatics of crème de cassis, licorice, crushed rock-like minerality, graphite, and spring flowers. Possessing full-bodied richness, a huge, unctuous mid-palate, and building tannin, it shows the purity, grandeur, and precision that makes this vintage so remarkable. Hide bottles for another 4-5 years, count yourself lucky, and enjoy bottles over the following 2-3 decades. 99+" (02/2018)

Bid on this bottle of 1974 Latour, Pauillac. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "In this mediocre year of rather green, stalky, hollow wines, Latour produced one of the very best wines of the vintage. Still not fully mature, this dark ruby wine has good fruit, a medium body, surprising depth and ripeness for the vintage, and a sinewy, tannic finish. It avoids the telltale harshness and fruit deficiency found in so many 1974s. " (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $361.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2003 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (95RP, 93JS, 93VN, 93WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The spectacular 2003 Pontet Canet is still incredibly young and vigorous. This full-bodied classic boasts a dense purple color as well as a superb nose of graphite, creme de cassis, forest floor, licorice and a hint of truffles, low acidity, and extravagant richness. Most of the tannins have been resolved in this superstar of the vintage. It should continue to drink well for 10-15+ years. (RP) 95+" (08/2014)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1966 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (92RP, 91WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Deep garnet colour, clear with dark brick rim. This has a very alluring nose that uncoils slowly, roasted herbs, cedar, graphite, a touch of crushed stone and raspberry leaf. It gains intensity all the time in the glass. Just a beautiful palate, very well balanced, firm tannins, touches of cedar, pencil lead, a hint of orange rind/mandarin, very harmonious and focused although not quite the persistency of a true great. But still showing very well and much better than previous vintages. Very foursquare, touch of white spice and dog fur towards the finish, but with aeration it really coalesces. Classic Claret: very natural and refined. Tasted September 2009. (NM)" (03/2010)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this bottle of 1974 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac. This well-regarded château was named one of the Second Growths in the Official 1855 Classification of Bordeaux, and has continued to make a name for itself in the ensuing years with a voluptuous, soft style, thanks to a higher percentage of Merlot in its wine than its Left-Bank neighbors. One of the so-called "Super Seconds," it's known for elegance, complexity and serious longevity.
Starting Bid: $65.00

Bid on this bottle of 2000 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (94JS, 93ST, 92RP, 92WS). James Suckling: "I drank this fabulous 2000 Pontet-Canet in Hong Kong last summer at home with family. It was a wonderfully complex wine that was really starting to show its best. On the nose it displayed tar and currants with hints of dried fruits and berries. It was full-bodied yet so refined and delicious at the same time." (06/2016)
Starting Bid: $151.02

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (99RP, 96VN, 96WS, 95ST, 94JG, 94JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 has taken forever to shed its formidable tannins, but what a great vintage of Lynch Bages! I would rank it at the top of the pyramid although the 1990, 2000, and down the road, some of the more recent vintages such as 2005, 2009 and 2010 should come close to matching the 1989's extraordinary concentration and undeniable aging potential. Its dense purple color reveals a slight lightening at the edge and the stunning bouquet offers classic notes of creme de cassis, subtle smoke, oak and graphite. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22, it is still a young adolescent in terms of its evolution and will benefit from another 4-5 years of cellaring. It should prove to be a 50 year wine. (RP) 99+" (08/2011)

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2004 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (94WE, 93RP, 93VN, 93W&S, 92JS, 91ST, 91WS). Wine Enthusiast: "An intensely powerful, smooth wine, in a style that has an instant, sexy appeal. But it's not just surface glamour, there is a solid texture, layering the dusty tannins with rich black plums, red berries and vanilla. (RV)" (06/2007)

Bid on this bottle of 1985 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (93JG, 92WS). John Gilman: "While I have been a big fan of the 1985 vintage in Bordeaux for many years and have written quite a bit about these wines in recent times, I had not tasted a bottle of the 1985 Pichon-Lalande since I cannot remember when. I sold this wine right out of the blocks in my merchant days and always liked it well enough, but in my formative years, I found it a bit too “weedy” and did not end up cellaring it for my own collection. I think this was the only vintage of Pichon-Lalande I did not buy for my cellar in that era, as I started laying in the wines with the 1981 vintage and bought them every year (even the 1984 and 1987) up through the 1989, before my buying habits (and my more limited cellar budget in those days) turned towards Burgundy. But, I skipped the 1985 and that was too bad, as the wine has aged quite beautifully and is now drinking with great style and grace. The bouquet is a superb blend of cassis,
Starting Bid: $155.00

Bid on this bottle of 1970 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (94JG, 94WS). Wine Spectator: "One of the wines of the tasting. Fresh and complex, generous in character, with lovely dried cherry and spice aromas that follow through on the palate. Full-bodied, with concentrated fruit and firm tannins, this has a long life ahead. (JS)" (11/1997)
Starting Bid: $165.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1971 Bordeaux Tasting Lot, including 1-bottle of 1971 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac and 1-bottle of 1971 Prieuré-Lichine, Margaux . Of the 1971 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac,Pichon Baron is part of wider network of estates owned by insurance company AXA Millésimes, which bought the property in 1987. Its sister properties include Château Pibran, Château Petit Village, Château Suduiraut (all in the Bordeaux region), Domaine de l’Arlot (Burgundy), Quinta do Noval (Portugal), Disznoko (Hungary), and Mas Belles Eaux (Languedoc) – 525 hectares of vines in total. The oldest vines at Château Pichon-Longueville are more than 80 years of age, and their grapes continue to feature in the composition of the estate's first wine: Château Pichon-Longueville. Although the estate is 73 hectares in total, only 40 hectares go into making the first wine. This is the original terroir of the estate, on the plateau directly opposite Latour – the land that was first purchased by Pierre Rauzan. A
Starting Bid: $102.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2009-2010 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac Vertical, including 1-bottle of 2009 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (100JD, 100RP, 98JS, 96ST, 96WS, 95VN) and 1-bottle of 2010 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (100JS, 100RP, 98JD, 98WE, 97WS, 95VN). Of the 2009 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac,Robert Parker's Wine Advocate writes: "An amazing wine in every sense, this classic, full-bodied Pauillac is the quintessential Pontet Canet from proprietor Alfred Tesseron, who continues to reduce yields and farms his vineyards biodynamically – a rarity in Bordeaux. Black as a moonless night, the 2009 Pontet Canet offers up notes of incense, graphite, smoke, licorice, creme de cassis and blackberries. A wine of irrefutable purity, laser-like precision, colossal weight and richness, and sensational freshness, this is a tour de force in winemaking that is capable of lasting 50 or more years. The tannins are elevated, but they are sweet and beautifully integrated as are the acidity, wood and alcohol (which must be

Bid on this bottle of 2008 Pontet-Canet, Pauillac (96JD, 96RP, 95DC, 95WE, 94JS, 94ST, 92VN, 92WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A candidate for the wine of the vintage, Pontet Canet’s 2008 boasts an opaque purple color as well as copious aromas of sweet blueberries, blackberries and black currant fruit intertwined with lead pencil shavings, subtle barbecue smoke and a hint of forest floor. Full-bodied, with fabulous richness, texture and tremendous freshness, this first-growth-like effort is more developed than the uber-powerful 2010. Give it 5-8 years of cellaring and drink it over the following three decades. Bravo! Drink through 2046. (RP)" (05/2011)

Bid on this bottle of 1993 Latour, Pauillac (90JS, 90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A terrific wine for the vintage, Latour's 1993 reveals an opaque purple color, a backward, cedar, black walnut, cassis, and earth-scented nose, medium to full body, gorgeously rich, concentrated fruit, moderately high tannin (but no astringency), and a sweet, long, powerful finish. The wine does not possess any of the vegetal, green pepper characteristics of the vintage, nor any hint of hollowness or harshness. This wine may prove to merit an even higher rating. Is this vintage the modern day clone of the 1967 and 1971? Anticipated maturity: 2007-2025. (RP)" (12/1997)
Starting Bid: $386.00

Bid on this bottle of 1986 Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac (91RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This wine is the finest Grand-Puy-Lacoste produced after 1982 and before 1995. The 1986 still possesses an impressive deep ruby/purple color, as well as a classic nose of cedar, blackcurrants, smoke, and vanillin. Full-bodied, powerful, authoritatively rich, and loaded with fruit, this wine's solid lashing of tannin is not likely to melt away for 3-4 more years. It can be drunk, although it is backward and unyielding. Certainly, it is one of the better northern Medocs of the vintage. (RP)" (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $75.00

Bid on this bottle of 1980 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac ((90-92RP)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "A complete shock to everyone who tasted this blind at La Trouvaille. Tasted alongside Lynch Bages '66, a little fatter on the nose with notes of cedar and cooked meats. Good poise and freshness. The palate has good depth, smooth tannins and quite vivacious. Full of life and vigour. Where does the concentration come from? Who cares - a wine that stuck two fingers up at all its critics who have ever dismissed this wine. (NM)" (02/2004)
Starting Bid: $250.00

Bid on this bottle of 1977 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac. The 1977 bottle of Mouton Rothschild is a personal tribute to Queen Elizabeth, who spent three days at Mouton during April of the same year.
Starting Bid: $270.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2004 Grand Puy Lacoste, Pauillac (91WS, 90RP, 89ST). Wine Spectator: "Subtle aromas of currant, berries and vanilla follow through to a full-bodied palate, with silky tannins and a long finish. Builds on the finish. Serious for the vintage. Best after 2010. (JS)" (03/2007)
Starting Bid: $135.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1982 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (100DC, 100JG, 100VN, 98RP, 98WS, 95ST). Vinous: "Another dazzling wine, the 1982 Pichon Lalande is utterly profound from the very first taste. In the glass, the 1982 is powerful and explosive, with seemingly endless layers of flavor that continue to unfurl over time. Vivid, intensely aromatic and seamless, the 1982 has enough pedigree and depth to drink well for at least several decades. What a wine! (AG)" (10/2017)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2016 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (97JS, 97RP, 97VN, 97WS, 96DC, 95JD, 95WE). Vinous: "The 2016 Lynch-Bages delivers on its promise from barrel with an intense blackberry, cedar and mineral-driven bouquet that actually reminds me of Lafite-Rothschild. A faint dark chocolate scent makes a brief appearance. The palate is medium-bodied with succulent ripe tannin, pure black fruit and a velvety texture. There is wonderful structure and focus on the finish, followed by a persistent saline aftertaste. This is an outstanding Lynch-Bages, easily the best since the twin titans of 1989 and 1990. (NM)" (01/2019)

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1995 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (94WS, 92RP). Wine Spectator: "A wine that continues to improve with age. Shows loads of ripe plum, almost prune, with hints of vanilla and mineral. Full, chewy and tight. Still needs time. (JS, Web Only-2007)"
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this magnum of 1970 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (1.5L) (91RP, 91WS, 90JG). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "It is interesting that this was the next vintage tasted in the vertical tasting, and I am not surprised given the mediocre decade of performances by Lynch Bages. Only the 1975 stands out, and that wine seems only good when compared to modern day successes. The 1970 is an old style Lynch Bages with plenty of dry tannin in the finish. Compellingly aromatic, it offers aromas of cedar wood, spice box, tobacco, earth, black currants, and new saddle leather. Spicy, concentrated, and burly, with mouth-searing tannin, this big, thick wine is a terrific example of Lynch Bages made in an older style. It will continue to last for 10-15 years, but look for it to become increasingly austere and attenuated. (RP)" (06/2000)
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this bottle of 1974 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac. "Premier je suis, Second je fus, Mouton ne change." (First, I am. Second, I used to be. Mouton does not change.) One of Bordeaux's First Growths, elevated in status in 1973. This is one of the world's most exceptional wines, even in difficult vintages. The 1974 bottle is adorned with a painting from New York School painter Robert Motherwell. 97 points from Daniele Cernilli, a.k.a. "DoctorWine": "I had not tasted such a convincing Mouton Rothschild like this in years. The red color is nicely intact with only a few brick notes on the edge. The aromas are decidedly bottle-aged with notes of underbrush, fine mushroom, black truffle and strong spice. Very peppery. The mouthfeel is intense, expressive, assorted and stimulated." (04/2016)
Starting Bid: $260.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Pichon-Baron, Pauillac (95JG, 95RP, 95VN, 95WS, 94ST). Vinous: "The 1989 Pichon-Baron repeats its performance from the vertical tasting in May 2018. It storms from the glass, bearing copious blackberry, cedar and perhaps a little more mint than I noticed on the previous bottle. There is so much youthful zeal to this harmonious, refined Pauillac that you would barely guess it is 30 years old. Long and tender with a graphite-infused finish, this bottle might be even better than the ex-château example. (NM)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $230.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This wine, which was a medium-weight, charming example in its youth, continues to develop well. Recent bottles have been the finest I have tasted of the 1971 Mouton-Rothschild. The color remains a deep dark garnet with some amber at the edge. The wine offers up a classic Pauillac nose of cedar, black currants, and lead pencil aromas. On the palate, it reveals a savory, sweet, cedary, currant flavor profile with good freshness, adequate acidity, and ripe tannin. (RP)" (01/1998)
Starting Bid: $315.00

Bid on this bottle of 2009 Mouton Rothschild, Pauillac (99RP, 98DC, 98JS, 98VN, 98WS, 97ST, 96WE, (93-94JG)). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2009 Mouton-Rothschild is as concentrated as the 2010, but it presents itself in a more consumer-friendly, seductive style. Opulently textured and full-bodied with gorgeous levels of crème de cassis, melted licorice, espresso roast and chocolate, it possesses high but sweet, velvety tannins, massive body, and fabulous purity as well as length. This could turn out to be a candidate for perfection in another 8-10 years. It will drink well for 30-50 years, but will always be much more approachable and charming than its 2010 counterpart. Drink 2022-2065. (RP)" (12/2014)

Bid on this bottle of 1966 Mouton-Rothschild, Pauillac (91JG, 90RP). John Gilman: "This was a good solid bottle of ’66 Mouton, which has always been my favorite between the ’62 and the ’70. There was a time fifteen years ago when I crossed paths with this wine very often, as it offered much better value than the 1970, but as the market has realized the sleeper status of this vintage of Mouton, its price has risen commensurately. The nose is complex and classy, offering up notes of red currants, cherries, woodsmoke, tobacco, a bit of old Rioja-like nuttiness, ginger and cedar. On the palate the wine is medium-full, complex and resolved, with solid acidity, melting tannins, and a good, long, clean finish of impressive balance. Drink through 2020." (06/2008)
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this bottle of 1983 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (90WS). Wine Spectator: "Impressive finesse for the vintage, with beautiful, fresh tobacco, cedar and coffee aromas and flavors. Full-bodied and very silky with a fine, long finish. (JS)" (10/1994)
Starting Bid: $115.00

Bid on this bottle of 1950 Carruades de Château Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac. The second-label wines of the great classified growths are often some of the best buys in Bordeaux, and Lafite Rothschild's Carruades usually sets the standard for quality among these wines in any given vintage. So, when the opportunity arises to get your hands on a fully mature bottle, you can see just what kind of character goes into this wine. Aged Bordeaux enthusiasts will score a real treat with this aged baby Lafite, and from a warm, dry vintage, it's had the structure in place for decades. The well-made examples from this largely (and unfairly) overlooked vintage are still performing strong.
Starting Bid: $205.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1967 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac. We love these so-called off vintages from the classic producers because you get much more bang for your buck. This 1967 is archetypal claret with cedar and red fruit notes mingling with hints of oak and subtle spice. A birthday bottle that would be hard to beat.
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this bottle of 1995 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac (96RP, 94WS, 92ST, 91DC). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "What sumptuous pleasures await those who purchase either the 1996 or 1995 Pichon Lalande. It is hard to choose a favorite, although the 1995 is a smoother, more immediately sexy and accessible wine. It is an exquisite example of Pichon-Lalande with the Merlot component giving the wine a coffee/chocolatey/cherry component to go along with the Cabernet Sauvignon's and Cabernet Franc's complex blackberry/cassis fruit. The wine possesses an opaque black/ruby/purple color, and sexy, flamboyant aromatics of pain grille, black fruits, and cedar. Exquisite on the palate, this full-bodied, layered, multidimensional wine should prove to be one of the vintage's most extraordinary success stories. (RP)" (02/1998)
Starting Bid: $160.00

Bid on this bottle of 2005 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (96JS, 96W&S, 96WE, 96WS, 94DC, 92RP). Wine Enthusiast: "Classic Lynch-Bages with just a bit of extra power and richness. While the tannins are structured, it is the velvety fruit that rolls around the mouth that is the most dominant character. It is coming together into a wine that will be big and dense, but never over the top. (RV)" (06/2008)

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