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a dreamy autumn…

September, somewhere in the heart of France : vineyards entombed in a deep rural silence and the clanging church bells announcing every half-hour… Six o’clock : vendange’s beginning is on the horizon. Amber sunlight playing on carved stones, vineyards are now dotted with grape pickers and a buzz of excitement in the village is sounding when the grape harvest arrives in from the neighbouring plot of vines. Just like harvest time, excitement and fever will be the hallmarks of Baghera’s autumn Wine o’clocks. First in a series, I have the tremendous pleasure to introduce our “French Terroirs” Wine o’clock sale. From the flawless cellars of the Geneva Free-Ports, this private collection presents a selection of the best French vineyards and some rarities that mature wine-lovers and great vintage seekers will definitely appreciate. Roussillon, Côte d’Or, Pauillac, Côte Rôtie, these names ring out through our passion for wine. Among other highlights, Baghera Wines has carefully selected a case of 6 magnums of Latour 1959, 12 bottles of Haut-Brion 1945 along with exceptional original wooden cases (12 bottles) of Vosne-Romanée 1993 from the illustrious Henri Jayer. “French Terroirs” Wine o’clock will start at 2 pm precisely on Tuesday 11th of October (Swiss time !). Be on time, it will go fast and us Swiss don’t mess with time  ! Julie Carpentier, Wine Strategy Advisor

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9 — french terroirs

55 — how to bid

63 — conditions of sale

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— french terroirs

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lot  1

Château Haut-Brion — 1945 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pessac Léognan

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1389, May 2012, Geneva, Lot # 155.

Two slightly corroded corks and one cut capsule for inspection. Eight slightly bin-soiled, two very bin-soiled, one very slightly torn,   two stained and two very damaged (one with vintage legible on cork only).   Eight non-integrated US import labels (New-Orleans, Alexis Lichine). Levels : one top, one just below top, four upper, four mid/upper   and two mid-shoulder.

12 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 29,000 – 44,000 ¤ 26,680 – 40,480

click here to read more about this lot on our blog

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  2

Château Latour — 1959 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pauillac

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1389, May 2012, Geneva, Lot # 163.

Basel import.

Very slightly corroded capsules. Slightly bin-soiled labels, one is slightly marked. Levels : one base of neck, two top, two just below top and one upper-shoulder.

6 magnums per lot Original wooden case with no lid CHF 35,000 – 50,000 ¤ 32,200 – 46,000

click here to read more about this lot on our blog

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  3

Château Lafite-Rothschild — 1982 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pauillac

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, Lot # 303.

Slightly corroded and slightly damaged capsule. Very good appearance. Level into neck.

1 jeroboam per lot Original wooden case CHF 16,000 – 23,500 ¤ 14,720 – 21,620

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  4

Château Lafite-Rothschild — 1987 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pauillac

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1399, November 2013, Geneva, Lot # 272.

One scuffed label, three torn and four very torn. Levels base of neck or better.

10 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 3,500 – 5,000 ¤ 3,220 – 4,600

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  5

Château Lafite-Rothschild — 2009 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pauillac

Very good appearance and levels. 

Château seal bands removed for photographs.

12 bottles per lot Original wooden case CHF 6,000 – 9,000 ¤ 5,520 – 8,280

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  6

Château Mouton-Rothschild — 2006 1er cru classé / First Growth, Bordeaux – Pauillac

Very good appearance and levels.

Château seal bands removed for photographs.

12 bottles per lot Original wooden case CHF 4,000 – 6,250 ¤ 3,680 – 5,750

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  7

Domaine Henri Jayer, Vosne-Romanée — 1993 Bourgogne – Côte de Nuits

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 2900, February 2012, Hong Kong, Lot # 16.

Five very slightly marked labels and two slightly marked. Levels : one at 3cms, two at 2,8cms, three at 2,5cms, two at 2,2cms, one at 2cms, three at 1,8cms.

12 bottles per lot Two original six bottle wooden cases CHF 45,000 – 75,000 ¤ 41,400 – 69,000

click here to read more about this lot on our blog

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


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lot  8

Rouget Emmanuel, Vosne-Romanée Cros Parantoux — 2005 1er Cru, Bourgogne – Côte de Nuits

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1389, May 2012, Geneva, Lot # 310.

Very good appearance and levels.

3 magnums per lot Neutral carton CHF 8,000 – 15,500 ¤ 7,360 – 14,260

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The

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

G enève’

and are in bond.


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lot  9

Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, La Tâche — 2009 Grand Cru Monopole, Bourgogne – Côte de Nuits

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1399, November 2013, Geneva, Lot # 864. One very slightly marked label and two slightly marked labels.

3 magnums per lot Original six magnum wooden case with no lid CHF 15,000 – 22,500 ¤ 13,800 – 20,700

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The

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

G enève’

and are in bond.


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lot  10

Domaine Jamet, Côte-Rôtie, Côte Brune — 1997 Rhône

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, part of Lot # 955.

Very good appearance and levels.

12 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 1,500 – 2,250 ¤ 1,380 – 2,070

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The

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

G enève’

and are in bond.


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lot  11

Domaine Jamet, Côte-Rôtie, Côte Brune — 1998 Rhône

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, part of Lot # 960.

Very good appearance and levels.

12 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 1,600 – 2,350 ¤ 1,472 – 2,162

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The

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

G enève’

and are in bond.


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lot  12

Domaine Jamet, Côte-Rôtie, Côte Brune — 1999 Rhône

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, part of Lot # 962.

Very good appearance and levels.

6 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 750 – 1,050 ¤ 690 – 966

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  13

Domaine Jamet, Côte-Rôtie, Côte Brune — 2000 Rhône

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, part of Lot # 966.

Very good appearance and levels.

6 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 1,000 – 1,750 ¤ 920 – 1,610

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  14

Domaine Jamet, Côte-Rôtie, Côte Brune — 2001 Rhône

Provenance : Christie’s sale # 1396, May 2013, Geneva, part of Lot # 951.

Very good appearance and levels.

6 bottles per lot Neutral carton CHF 650 – 950 ¤ 598 – 874

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the

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

g enève’

and are in bond.


lot  15

Domaine du Clos des Fées, La petite Sibérie — 2007 Languedoc-Roussillon – Côtes du Roussillon

Provenance : Steinfels sale #366, Zürich, Lot # 1644.

Very good appearance and levels.

3 magnums per lot Original individual wooden cases CHF 500 – 800 ¤ 460 – 736

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The

lots lie at the

‘Ports Francs

de

G enève’

and are in bond.


lot  16

Château Yquem — 1995 Premier cru classé supérieur, Bordeaux – Sauternes

Very good appearance and levels.

12 bottles per lot Original wooden case CHF 1,800 – 2,550 ¤ 1,656 – 2,346

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E S PA C E F E R T B A R TO N 7 — 1 2 0 1 G E N E VA


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— how to bid

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3

— conditions of sale

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conditions of sale

4. ABSENTEE BIDDING

These conditions of sale govern the contractual relations between Baghera Wines Auction & Trading SA

If a customer is unable to participate at the auction online,

(“Baghera Wines”), the seller whose details are indicated

he still has the possibilty to leave absentee orders on

in the Sales Commission document (“Seller”), any partici-

Baghera Wines webiste prior to the sale.

pant in the auction or traded or over-the-counter, as well

Baghera Wines reserves the right in its sole discretion, to

as any bidder and the highest bidder, excluding contrac-

refuse bids from a buyer’s instructions in case the infor-

tual relations between Baghera Wines and the Seller.

mation and documents submitted as proof of identity, i.e.

In case of conflict between these conditions of pur-

the identity of the beneficial owner, should prove to be

chase and the terms and conditions of sale, the general

false, incomplete, ambiguous or inadequate.

terms and conditions of sale shall prevail. In the event of conflict between the English and French versions of these

5. TERMS OF AUCTION

purchase conditions, the French version (avalaible on

The bid steps decrease from high to low estimate of the

bagherawines.com) shall prevail. These purchase condi-

lot. All lots have 16 bid steps lasting for 10 seconds. The

tions can be modified at any time, in writing or orally dur-

first bidder to click at any step stops the sale of the con-

ing the sale. By participating in any capacity whatsoever in

cerned lot and wins the lot. There is no possibility to outbid

an auction or a private sale organised by Baghera Wines

this lot.

discretion, you agree to be bound by these conditions of

If no one bids on the lot and once the 10 seconds of the last

purchase.

step are passed the sale of the lot ends. Then the sale of the next lot begins. The lots are sold one at a time accord-

1. AUCTION PROCEDURE

ing to the catalogue order.

Baghera Wines organises only online sales called ‘Wine

The Seller as well as any person instructed by the former

o’Clock’. These sales are processed automatically.

cannot bid on their own lots.

2. BUYER

6. ESTIMATE

The first customer to click at any bid step (the “Buyer”)

The estimate of each lot is based on prices reached during

stops the sale of the concerned lot and wins the bid on the

previous auctions for similar lots. It is subject to change

lot of items (the “lot”).

and does not constitute any guarantee or indication of the actual final sale price. The estimate does not include costs

3. TRANSFER OF RISK AND PROPERTY

such as the buyer’s commission or VAT.

Once awarded to the Buyer, the risks and ownership of the

7. RESERVE PRICE

lot pass to the Buyer.

The reserve price is the confidential minimum price at

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which the Seller agrees to sell the Lot. If the reserve price

property at the pre-sale viewing, which can be attended

is not reached, Baghera Wines may reject the last bid

at no charge by appointment only (please contact

and set a new starting price equal to or above the reserve

office@bagherawines.com).

price. In case no bid matches or is above the reserve price,

Bidders accept responsibility for carrying out inspec-

Baghera Wines shall withdraw the lot without adjudging it

tions and investigations, during previewing, to satisfy

to anyone. Baghera Wines, however, reserves the right to

themselves as to the lots in which they may be interested.

organise a private sell after the auction, in which case the

Baghera Wines may also provide condition reports. The

price shall not be lower than the reserve price, subject to

absence of reference to the condition of a lot in the cata-

agreement by the Seller for a price below the reserve price.

logue description does not imply that the lot is free from faults or imperfections.

8. BUYER’S PREMIUM AND PRICES The buyer’s premium is 20% plus 8% Value added tax

11. NO WARRANTY

(VAT) on the hammer price and buyer’s premium. The

Baghera Wines only acts as agent to the Seller. The sale is

total amount of the hammer price of each of lot purchased,

passed directly between the Seller and the Buyer. Baghera

plus the buyer’s premium, plus VAT is the final price.

Wines shall not be responsible for any defects in the lots

This tax (VAT) is refunded to any buyer domiciled outside

nor do we guarantee the accuracy of the information con-

Switzerland if, but only if, Baghera Wines receives from

cerning the producer, origin, date, age, authenticity, prov-

such buyer an export declaration in respect of a purchased

enance, weight or condition of any Lot. None of Baghera

lot which has been stamped by Swiss customs.

Wines agents have authority to give any guarantees in this

Buyers from outside Switzerland should note that local

respect.

sales taxes or use taxes may become payable upon import

All statements made in catalogues, advertisements

of items following purchase. Buyers should obtain their

or brochures concerning Baghera Wines sales only

own advice in this regard.

express opinions and are no guarantee from Baghera Wines or the Seller. All persons concerned are expected

9. EXCHANGE RATES

to inquire before the auction, about the description

In some auctions, in order to ensure proper information

and condition and of the lots and of possible defects or

for the Buyer, a currency converter is made available.

possible damage or repairs which have been, or need to

The data displayed are provided for information only and

be, carried out.

Baghera Wines assumes no responsibility in this regard.

12. BIDDERS IDENTIFICATION 10. PRE-AUCTION VIEWING

Bidders who have not previously participated in a Baghera

Prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect the

Wines as a buyer or seller must register with Baghera

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Wines prior to the auction, or on the day of the sale, at

only acts as an agent on behalf and in the name of an third

least 30 minutes before the start of the sale at the place

party, acknowledged and accepted by Baghera Wines,

of sale.

and that the said party shall be solely responsible for pay-

Prospective buyers who would bid for the first time with

ment of the Price.

Baghera Wines are asked to provide the following documents, in order to register for the auction:

14. SALE RESULTS

• Individuals: government-issued photo identification

Results for entire sale are usually available the day fol-

(such as a driving licence, national identity card, or pass-

lowing each sale on our website at bagherawines.com.

port) and, if not shown on the ID document, proof of cur-

Baghera Wines cannot accept liability for any errors

rent address, for example a utility bill/bank statement.

or omissions, howsoever caused. Sellers should await

• Corporate clients: a photocopy of the company register.

their settlement statement as confirmation of any sold

• For other business structures such as trusts, offshore

proceeds.

companies or partnerships, please contact the Sale Administrator for advice on the information you should

15. PAYMENT OPTIONS AND DEADLINES

supply.

The price is payable in Swiss francs in the seven days fol-

• A financial reference in the form of a recent bank state-

lowing the sale. On the eighth day after the sale, interest at

ment or a reference from your bank.

the rate of 1% per month will be added to the amount due.

• Persons registering to bid on behalf of someone who

Payment can also be made in foreign currencies with

has not previously bid or consigned with Baghera Wines

legal-tender status if that amount can be converted into

should bring identification documents not only for them-

Swiss francs at the value date of payment. To avoid any

selves but also for the party on whose behalf they are

delay in releasing goods, prospective buyers should sup-

bidding, together with a signed letter of authorisation

ply bank references before the auction. Please include

from that party.

your name and invoice number with your instructions to

To allow sufficient time to process the information, new

the bank. Please note that we reserve the right to decline

clients are encouraged to register at least 48 hours in

payments received from anyone other than the buyer

advance of a sale.

of record and that clearance of such payments will be required. All expensive regarding bank transfer are at the

13. BIDDER RESPONSIBILITY

buyer’s charges.

When bidding, the person assumes personal account-

Payment can be made in cash, by credit card or charge

ability to pay the price and any other applicable taxes or

card (with extra fees) or by bank transfer to Fert &Cie (in

charges, unless it has been explicitly agreed in writing

charge of cashing for Baghera Wines) account at Credit

with Baghera Wines, prior to the auction, that the bidder

Suisse.

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For details contact office@bagherawines.com

be considered payment through direct deposit.

Please note that transactions in cash or by credit card may

In case of failure of the Buyer to pay the entire price of

in no case exceed CHF 99,999.

this deposit will be automatically collected and lot will be

Baghera Wines will accept American Express, Visa and

relisted by public auction or at a private auction or sale by

MasterCard to pay for invoices - A processing fee will

private treaty at the discretion of Baghera Wines.

apply. sible for payment to Baghera Wines. We will not accept

18. C OLLECTION, SHIPPING, IMPORTATION AND STORAGE

payments for purchased lots from any party other than

Please refer to the document ‘Collection, Shipment &

the buyer, unless otherwise agreed between the buyer

Storage’ available on Baghera Wines website. The lots lie

and Baghera Wines prior to the sale.

at the ‘Ports Francs de Genève’ and are in bond. For any

Goods can only be collected when payment has been

buyers outside Switzerland, a transit document will be

cleared.

needed to ship the wines. Destination VAT, excise duty,

The successful bidder during the auction is solely respon-

clearance charges are at the buyer’s charge and cannot

16. NON-PAYMENT

be cancelled or refunded by Baghera Wines. For buyers

In case of non payment by the Buyer within seven days of

inside Switzerland, excise duty and clearance charges

the sale, Baghera Wines shall try their best to carry out the

will be charged. VAT is already included in Baghera Wines

Seller’s instructions as to the next steps and help them,

invoice. Be informed that express shipping companies

when possible, to reach the price or if not, cancel the sale.

may refuse to issue transit documents, we strongly rec-

All damages are expressly reserved.

ommend to use a professional wine carrier. Buyers are

Notwithstanding the above, Baghera Wines expressly

reminded that Baghera wines accepts liability for loss or

reserves the right at its discretion and expense of the

damage to lots for a maximum period of thirty (30) days

Seller to accept special conditions of payment of the price,

after the date of the auction.

to take adequate measures for storage and / or lot insurance, to start or pursue any legal proceedings instituted

19. RIGHT OF RETENTION AND DELIVERY

by or against the Buyer on the terms and conditions that

In order to avoid any errors in the auction process, to

Baghera Wines considers appropriate, to take all nec-

ensure the payment of invoices and to proceed to – where

essary measures to recover the amounts owed by Buyer

necessary and in accordance with legal and regulatory

and, if possible, to return the lot to the Seller.

requirements – the required checks on the Buyer as well as the identity of the beneficial owner, no lot may be

17. PARTIAL PAYMENT

removed during the sale.

Any partial payment by the Buyer to Baghera Wines will

Baghera Wines is authorized to retain the lots until all

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amounts due to Baghera Wines have been paid in full or

a lot, after the auction, buyers should immediately inform

until the Buyer has performed all other obligations that

Baghera Wines and provide all documents backing such

Baghera Wines, at his discretion, considers due, including

doubts about the authenticity of the Lot.

anti money laundering and counter financing of terrorism

Baghera Wines will determine, in its sole discretion,

compliance.

whether the lot is genuine or not and may, in its sole

In case a buyer does not meet the aforementioned checks

discretion:

to the satisfaction of Baghera Wines, the company will

a) Submit the lot to an expert or a third party in order to

be entitled to cancel the sale and take any other action

determine the authenticity;

required or permitted by law. Shipping will take place after

b) N  otify the Seller and collect his determinations;

reception of payment.

c) Cancel the sale and return the lot to the Seller, provided

20. NON-COLLECTION OR NON-DELIVERY

d) Cancel the sale, take over the Lot, repay all or part of the

that the Buyer is reimbursed; In case the Buyer, having fulfilled all its obligations

price to the Buyer and require the seller to reimburse

under these conditions of purchase, does not with-

the full amount.

draw or fails to take delivery of the Lot, Baghera

In all cases, the Buyer can obtain cancellation of the sale

Wines will be entitled to, upon notification to the

only if he is able to transfer the possession and ownership

Buyer, relist the lot by way of auction or private sale,

of the lot to the Seller and / or to Baghera Wines and pro-

in its sole discretion, and charge the Buyer the entire

vided that the lot has suffered absolutely no modification

storage costs, insurance and all other costs that may

or alteration since the time of the auction.

occur. Baghera Wines will have a right of retention on the

23. LIABILITY

lots until payment of all of these costs.

Any participant in the sale, in whatever capacity, namely

21. FALSE INFORMATION

as bidder, visitor or third party is responsible for any dam-

If the information or documents provided by the Buyer on

age, particularly to the lots exposed.

his identity or the identity of the beneficial owner prove to be false, incomplete, ambiguous or insufficient, Baghera

24. DATA PROTECTION

Wines may, in its sole discretion, cancel the sale. The Buyer

As required by law, or in connection with the supply of

will be responsible for all costs incurred.

auction and related services Baghera Wines may ask clients to provide personal data. Baghera Wines may take

22. I N CASE OF DOUBTS ABOUT THE AUTHENTICITY

and retain a copy of government-issued identification

In case there should be doubts about the authenticity of

personal data (i) to provide auction and related services;

such as a passport or driving license. We will use your

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(ii) to enforce these Conditions of Sale; (iii) to carry out

for their payment at the rate and on the date required by

identity and credit checks; (iv) to implement and improve

the competent administration.

the management and operations of our business and

(b) Severability provisions. If any provision of this agree-

(v) for other purposes set out in our Privacy Policy pub-

ment should be judged by a court to be invalid, illegal

lished on our website at bagherawines.com and availa-

or unenforceable, this provision may be waived and

ble on request by emailing office@bagherawines.com.

the rest of the Agreement will continue to be valid and

Sometimes, Baghera Wines may also disclose this infor-

enforceable.

mation to carefully selected third parties for their own

(c) Personal information. Without your express prior

marketing purposes. If you do not wish your details to be

refusal, we will allow keep your personal information and

used for this purpose, please email office@bagherawines.

may use it to inform you of our upcoming sales, services

com.

and events.

If the client provides Baghera Wines with information that

(d) Prohibition of Assignment. The Buyer may not assign

is defined by European data protection laws as “sensitive”,

any benefit and / or obligation under this agreement with

the client agrees that it may be used for the purposes set

Baghera Wines and / or the Seller without our prior writ-

out above.

ten permission.

In the course of these disclosures, personal data collected

(e) Applicable law and jurisdiction. All contractual rela-

in the European Economic Area may be disclosed to coun-

tions between the Purchaser, the Seller and Baghera

tries outside the European Economic Area. Although such

Wines are subject exclusively to Swiss domestic law, to the

countries may not have legislation that protects a client’s

exclusion of the rules on the conflict of laws (LDIP). Any

personal information, Baghera Wines shall take reasona-

dispute in connection with the contractual relationship

ble steps to keep such information secure and in accord-

shall be settled exclusively by arbitration in accordance

ance with European data protection principles. By agree-

with the Swiss Rules of International Arbitration of the

ing to these Conditions of Business, the client is agreeing

Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution in force on the

to such disclosure.

date on which the Notice of Arbitration was submitted in

Baghera Wines premises may be subject to video surveil-

accordance with these Rules. The number of arbitrators

lance and recording. Telephone calls for telephone bidding

shall be one. The seat of arbitration shall be Geneva. The

purposes may also be recorded. We may process that

arbitration will be conducted in French, subject to a writ-

information in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

ten agreement for the use of another language.

25. MISCELLANEOUS (a) Taxes. If any taxes or rates are applicable to any amount paid by the Buyer, the latter is solely responsible

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