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Bid on this bottle of 1984 Caymus "Special Selection" Napa Valley Pinot Noir. Wine Spectator: "Tastes like a hot region Pinot, with more tar and earth flavors than fruit. Full-bodied and tannic, full of flavor and character. " (02/1988)
Starting Bid: $50.00

Bid on this bottle of 1984 Spottswoode Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon (95CG, 93RP). Connoisseurs Guide: "Now in its third decade and evolving with more underlying energy than many of its 1984 peers, this wine combines the Spottswoode bent for mannerly elegance with the power of the vintage and does so in a way that makes us feel confident about the ageworthiness of the ripe-leaning wines of the vintages in the current decade. Certainly fully presentable now, it will hold for another decade with ease. Three stars when first reviewed. *Three stars* " (04/2007)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1984 Ridge Vineyards "Beatty Vineyard" Howell Mountain Zinfandel. The 1984 vintage was one to write home about. It had classic conditions that provided for perfect, evenly ripened fruit. According to winemaker Paul Draper: "This was an excellent vintage for the old vineyards in the Howell Mountain appellation area. Good weather through the fall fully matured the vines themselves before the grapes were harvested. The elegant style of the ’83 Beatty is carried on in the firm acidity and lovely balance of the ’84." (PD, 04/1986)
Starting Bid: $203.00

Bid on this bottle of 1984 Lyeth North Coast Meritage.
Starting Bid: $10.00

Bid on this bottle of 1984 Niebaum-Coppola "Rubicon" Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend. Lovers of Inglenook's old wines will recognize the name Niebaum, which refers to that winery's founder, a sea captain named Gustave Niebaum. Francis Coppola acquired much of the property and began reconstructing the estate back in the mid-1970s. Formerly Rubicon Estate, Francis Ford Coppola reacquired the rights to the "Inglenook" namesake in 2011 and has restored the original name of his historic Napa Valley estate. The Rubicon name remains the moniker of this signature estate wine. According to Wine Spectator's California Wine book: "Gaining richness and depth with age, with layers of chewy currant and black cherry flavors and earthy, tarry notes." (1/1999)
Starting Bid: $70.00