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1981 Pichon-Lalande, Pauillac
Top Pick!
92 points John Gilman: "The 1981 vintage of Pichon-Lalande continues to just cruise along in its plateau of maturity and is drinking beautifully, as it has been doing already for a couple of decades! At our vertical tasting this really showed well, offering up a middleweight and intensely flavored format and lovely complexity on both the nose and palate. The bouquet is a refined blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar smoke, a touch of toffee, gravelly soil tones, tobacco leaf, menthol and a deft touch of new wood. On the palate the wine is medium-full, p...
Price: $319.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "This has always been one of the sexiest, most delicious wines from the 1981 vintage. It still possesses a dark ruby/purple color. While the 1981 is less powerful than the 1982 and 1983, it reveals copious quantities of sweet black currant fruit, good flesh for the vintage, and a pure, nicely-textured and balanced style. (RP)" (01/1998) Wine Spectator: "Harmonious and delicious. Entices with aromas of spice and fruit. Medium in body, with medium, velvety tannins and a tobacco, berry aftertaste." (11/1997) K&L Notes: We ...
Price: $699.99

92 points John Gilman: "The 1981 vintage of Pichon-Lalande continues to just cruise along in its plateau of maturity and is drinking beautifully, as it has been doing already for a couple of decades! At our vertical tasting this really showed well, offering up a middleweight and intensely flavored format and lovely complexity on both the nose and palate. The bouquet is a refined blend of cassis, black cherries, cigar smoke, a touch of toffee, gravelly soil tones, tobacco leaf, menthol and a deft touch of new wood. On the palate the wine is medium-full, p...
Price: $1,899.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1981 Margaux, Margaux (95WS, 91RP). Wine Spectator: "The other wine of the vintage. Seriously powerful with fabulous color and mint, cassis and berry aromas and flavors. Has a full body and is tannic; still needs time to come around. (JS)" (10/1994)
Starting Bid: $630.00

Bid on this magnum of 1981 Belgrave, Haut-Médoc (1.5L). Château Belgrave is in the Haut-Medoc region of Bordeaux and is a Fifth Growth estate according to the 1855 classification. It was originally named Château Coutenceau, but was renamed in the 19th century by its English owner, who lived in the Belgravia district of London. The 135-acre estate is today owned by Dourthe, a large Bordeaux-based wine conglomerate. Since acquiring the estate in 1980, Dourthe has made improvements and brought in Michel Rolland, France’s most famous winemaking consultant. About 230,000 bottles are made annually. Château Belgrave is generally about 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot. The second wine is Diane de Belgrave.
Starting Bid: $50.00

Bid on this bottle of 1981 Heitz Cellar "Bella Oaks" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. The Heitz family has been making Cabs from Barney and Belle Rhodes' ranch - Bella Oaks - since 1976. Noted for their signature complexity and texture, the Bella Oaks Cabs are also known for their longevity. Heitz Cellar has earned its reputation as one of the Napa Valley's best producers by making quality, ageworthy wines for decades. Stephen Brook: "Joe Heitz was not a man to move with the times. He tank-fermented his Chardonnay and blocked malolactic fermentation. He stayed loyal to the Grignolino rosé he had made as a young man, and he even made a Port-style wine from the variety. He aged his Cabernet, and some of the Chardonnay in Limousin oak - a practice that is continued to this day. He bought Limousin barrels because he disliked American oak, and the range of French oak in the 1960s was limited. I once asked Joe Heitz why he had stuck to a wood that most winemakers disliked, and he replied, 'In
Starting Bid: $76.00

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