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1991 Cameronbridge 27 Year Old "Old Particular" K&L Exclusive Single Refill Sherry Butt Cask Strength Single Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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The Cameronbridge Grain Distillery is one of the largest alcohol producing facilities in Scotland. The site has been active since 1824, when the Haig Distillery opened. Just six years later, it would install the first "patent" column still and begin producing grain whisky. This was the beginning of a revolution that made Scotch the world's bestselling whisky. The distillery has produced a significant quantity of the world's Scotch whisky since its expansion in the 1960s. After a third column still was added from the closed Carsebridge distillery in 1984 ...
Price: $79.99

1991 Chateau de Vacquié 27 Year Old Unfiltered Haut-Armagnac (750ml) (Previously $100) (Previously $100)
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Easily one of the most picturesque properties in the Gers, Chateau Vacquie has extreme potential thanks to its special terroir and passionate proprietor. There's absolutely nothing typical about Chateau Vacquie or its owner Bruno Compagnon. While the area is not particularly renowned for great wine or brandy, this special domaine has been identified by experts as being of exceptional quality. Most notably Aubert De Villaine, a friend of Bruno's who's personally examined the domaine and declared it be one of the finest in the southwest. The gorgeous 1991 ...
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Vinous: "Medium red with some amber at the rim. Fully evolved aromas of plum, mocha and leather with balsamic scents of cedarwood and spices. Juicy, spicy and quite dry. (ST)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: In 1900, when Georges de Latour decided to buy a small, four-acre property in the town of Rutherford as a surprise for his wife he, perhaps unwittingly, purchased a piece of Napa Valley history. The land would become the foundation for Beaulieu Vineyard, which survived Prohibition by having one of the few of contracts to supply churches with sacramental wine....
Price: $109.99


Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Cos d'Estournel's 1991 (about 50% of the harvest was declassified) is one of the wines to buy given its relatively low price and fine quality. It displays a dark ruby color, and a big, rich nose of cassis fruit married intelligently with spicy new oak. Offering surprising fatness and fleshiness, fine length, and a sweet, creamy texture, it should drink well for at least a decade. (RP)" (02/1994) Wine Spectator: "One of the best wines of the vintage. Well focused, with lots of chunky fruit. The vanilla, tobacco and chocol...
Price: $169.99

Wine Spectator: "Rich and quite powerful for this vintage with its good tannins. But slightly herbaceous on the finish. " (03/1994)
Price: $49.99

Jancis Robinson: "Bright crimson. Very grown-up minerals sort of nose with lots of development. Lift and lightness on this wine with real confidence and it’s ready to drink. Perhaps not an enormous depth of fruit but nice balance and very refreshing. Quite racy. And then sinewy, dry, angular on the finish. There is real lift in this wine but the tannins are a bit dry. 17/20" (02/2011) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1991 reveals a dark, saturated color (one of the most opaque wines of the vintage), and a tight but promising nose of sweet, jammy, bl...
Price: $149.99

Received a Spectator Selection designation from the Wine Spectator: "Shows a pronounced olive and herbal profile. Medium weight, good intensity and depth, firm tannins and an herb, tobacco, bell pepper finish" (2002) 87-91 points Robert Parker: "Both of Groth's regular cuvees of Cabernet Sauvignon offer the classic Groth style - sweet, almost intensely opulent fruit flavors, silky tannins, and hedonistic mouthfuls of ripe, herb, coffee, and cassis-flavored Cabernet fruit. The slightly less concentrated 1991 offers copious quantities of fruit in an up-fro...

Received a Spectator Selection designation from the Wine Spectator: "Shows a pronounced olive and herbal profile. Medium weight, good intensity and depth, firm tannins and an herb, tobacco, bell pepper finish" (2002) 87-91 points Robert Parker: "Both of Groth's regular cuvees of Cabernet Sauvignon offer the classic Groth style - sweet, almost intensely opulent fruit flavors, silky tannins, and hedonistic mouthfuls of ripe, herb, coffee, and cassis-flavored Cabernet fruit. The slightly less concentrated 1991 offers copious quantities of fruit in an up-fro...

92 points Whisky Advocate: "Influenced by a final decade spent in oloroso sherry and Burgundy casks. The nose offers orange segments dipped in honey, plus nougat, icing sugar, and more piercing citrus notes. The palate is supple, with milk chocolate and orange juice, joined by damsons and wood spices. A mouth-drying note persists behind juicy fruits, with aniseed and black pepper. The finish yields peaches dipped in salt and spicy oak. *Collectibles* (GS, Fall 2019)" K&L Notes: Two profoundly different whiskies married in implausible harmony, create the...
Price: $799.99


94 points Wine Spectator: "Smooth and generous. A lush mouthful of fig, honey, pineapple and pear flavors that swirl and linger seductively on the rich texture. Long and delicious, this feels ready now, but could develop more depth with cellaring... (Web Only—1998)" K&L Notes: From Matt Kramer's New California Wine: "In 1991, Far Niente's owner, the late Gil Nickel, decided that he wished to re-create, as best as possible, a Sauternes-style wine in Napa Valley. Much to everyone's astonishment--my own included--he has succeeded... What's impressive is ju...


Jancis Robinson: " Bright crimson with black highlights. Some evolution at the rim. Attractive fresh nose - really well integrated and at its peak now. A tiny, frost-shrunk vintage but very well mastered. " (09/2009)
Price: $89.99

Bid on this bottle of 1991 Diamond Creek "Red Rock Terrace MicroClimate 3" Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (94WS). Wine Spectator: " *Cellar Selection* Spicy, peppery, bursting with currant and jammy blackberry fruit, marvelously dense and deep, flashing all sorts of nuances to make it interesting, all of it centered around the concentrated fruit. Muscular enough to want until 2000-2005 to settle down. 50 cases made." (11/1993)
Starting Bid: $210.00

Bid on this 6-bottle lot of 1991 Calera "Mills Vineyard" Mt. Harlan Pinot Noir. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "...The dark plum/purple color is accompanied by autumnal/foresty floor aromas. There is plenty of concentration, but the wine is slightly disjointed as well as stemmy. As it sits in the glass, more vegetal characteristics emerge... (RP)" (12/2002)
Starting Bid: $330.00

Bid on this bottle of 1991 Quilceda Creek Washington Cabernet Sauvignon (90RP). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Washington state's premier Cabernet Sauvignon producer has fashioned a full-bodied, highly extracted, ferociously tannic, backward Cabernet that requires 3-5 years of cellaring. This winery's hallmark is great purity allied with considerable body and structure, without sacrificing any of the superb cassis fruit, all of which is gently kissed by high quality oak. It is a shame Quilceda Creek's wines are rarely seen outside of Washington, but who can blame that state's chauvinistic wine enthusiasts for keeping these heroic wines to themselves? This is a 20-year Cabernet Sauvignon. (RP)" (02/1995)
Starting Bid: $80.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1991 ZD Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "ZD's cabernets are not for the shy. They are among the most densely colored, powerful, concentrated wines made in Napa Valley. All of these wines spend a minimum of 3 years in small oak barrels, in an attempt, I suppose, to tame their extraordinary richness and tannic ferocity. Moreover, I believe wines such as these must be cellared for at least a decade in order for them to realize their maximum potential. That requires a considerable investment in patience. Yet I have to admire a winery that is putting this much effort into making a long-lived, potentially profound Cabernet. The 1991 Napa offering displays a deep, almost opaque ruby/purple color, a sweet, ripe nose, expansive, supple, intense flavors without any hard edges, soft tannins, decent acidity, and an admirable finish. (RP)" (06/1992)
Starting Bid: $150.00