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Waddingtons.ca Fine Wine Auction Saturday 27 February 2016

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Fine Wine Auction Saturday 27 February 2016 at 10:00 am

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Front Cover Lot 145 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE 2010 Title Page Lot 168 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE BLANC 2009 Inside Back Cover Lot 121 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2010 Back Cover Lot 193 SCARECROW CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2007

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Auction to be held at Waddington’s 275 King Street East, 2nd Floor Toronto Ontario Canada M5A 1K2 This auction is subject to the Conditions of Sale printed in the back of this catalogue. All lots in the auction may be viewed online at FineWine.Waddingtons.ca This catalogue and its contents © 2016 Waddington McLean & Company Ltd. All rights reserved. Photography by Waddington’s

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A FINE COLLECTION OF BORDEAUX AND OTHER WINES FROM A TORONTO GENTLEMAN

5 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2006

Red Bordeaux

St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé 91 WA 94 WS

1 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL 2001

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St.-Estèphe. 2ème Cru Classé

$1,000—1,200

93 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,400—1,700

6 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2006 St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé 91 WA 94 WS

2 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL 2002

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St.-Estèphe. 2ème Cru Classé

$1,000—1,200

93 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,400—1,700

3 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL 2003 St.-Estèphe. 2ème Cru Classé Gorgeous aromas of blackberry, spice and mineral. Full-bodied, with ultra fine tannins and a long, long finish. This is firstgrowth quality. 92 WA 92 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $2,100—2,500

7 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 2005 Pauillac. 5ème Grand Cru Classé Offers fabulous aromas of currant, tar, lead pencil and mineral. Full-bodied, with super soft tannins that caress the palate. Beautiful and impressive. A fabulous wine. 93 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $700—850

8 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 2005 Pauillac. 5ème Grand Cru Classé 93 WA 95 WS

4 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2000

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

$700—850

Amazingly rich and silky. Lots of chocolate and blackberry aromas with hints of raspberries. Full-bodied, with silky, round tannins. Great concentration. Long, long finish. This is the biggest, most powerful ever from Léoville Barton. 95 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,800—2,100

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9 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 1998 Pauillac. 5ème Grand Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

13 CHÂTEAU LE BON PASTEUR 1998 (3) 91 WA 93 WS CLOS L’ÉGLISE 1998 (3) 93 WA CHÂTEAU CANON LA GAFFELIÈRE 1998 (2) 93 WA 94 WS DUCRU BEAUCAILLOU 1996 (2) 96 WA 91 WS

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 10 BTS

10 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 2001

$1,400—1,600

Pauillac. 5ème Grand Cru Classé

14 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL 2005

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St. Estèphe. 2éme Cru Classé

$700—850

97 WA 98 WS

11 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE LAS CASES 2000

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,100—2,500

St. Julien. 2ème Cru Classé Absolutely fantastic. This is one of the most exciting young reds I have tasted in a long, long time. It shows intense aromas of berries, currants and minerals, with hints of mint. Fullbodied and packed with fruit and tannins, its long finish is refined and silky. A benchmark for the vintage. Las Cases has always wanted to make first-growth quality in a top-notch vintage, and it certainly did in 2000. 98 WA 100 WS

15 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 1995 (4) 91 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2003 (3) 96 WA 98 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2005 (3) 92 WA 96 WS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

St. Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

$900—1,100

$1,300—1,600

12 CLOS DU MARQUIS 1998

16 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE LAS CASES 1996 (3) 98 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE LAS CASES 2001 (3) 93 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE POYFERRÉ 1995 (4) 90 WA 92 WS

St. Julien. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $600—700

St. Julien. 2ème Cru Classe Note: PER LOT 10 BTS $1,400—1,600

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17 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 2003 (3) 94 WA 95 WS CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE LALANDE 2003 (3) 95 WA Pauillac. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

22 CHÂTEAU GRAND MAYNE 1998 St.-Emilion. 93 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,000—1,200

$750—800

18 CLOS DU MARQUIS 2003

23 CHÂTEAU GRAND MAYNE 2000 St.-Emilion.

St.-Julien.

93 WA 92 WS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

$600—700

$700—850

19 CHÂTEAU D'ARMAILHAC 2000

24 CHÂTEAU KIRWAN 2003

Pauillac.

Margaux. 3éme Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

92 WA 92 WS

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

20 CHÂTEAU D'ARMAILHAC 2003 Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

$700—850

25 CHÂTEAU LAFON-ROCHET 2000

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St.-Estèphe. 4ème Cru Classé

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

21 CHÂTEAU D'ARMAILHAC 2006 Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

$700—850

26 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 1998

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

$600—700

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,000—1,200

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27 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE LAS CASES 2004

32 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 2005

St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

Intense aromas of currant, blackberry and light vanilla. Fullbodied, with velvety tannins and a long, caressing finish. Layered, with everything in the right proportion for the vintage. Excellent. 93 WA 95 WS

97 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

$1,800—2,100

$1,400—1,700

33 CHÂTEAU SMITH-HAUT-LAFITTE 1996

28 CHÂTEAU MALESCOT-ST.-EXUPÉRY 2003

Pessac-Léognan.

Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

91 WA 92 WS

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $700—850

34 CHÂTEAU TALBOT 2003 St.-Julien. 4ème Cru Classe

29 CHÂTEAU MALESCOT-ST.-EXUPÉRY 2004

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $600—700

35 CHÂTEAU TROPLONG MONDOT 2001 St.-Emilion.

30 CHÂTEAU MALESCOT-ST.-EXUPÉRY 2006

93 WA 91 WS

Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

91 WA 92 WS

$700—850

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $600—700

36 CHÂTEAU LA GAFFELIÈRE 1996 St. Emilion.

31 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 2002

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS (MAGS)

Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

$300—350

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $700—850

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37 CHÂTEAU BATAILLEY 1996

42 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 1995

Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 4 MAGS

92 WA 94 WS

$500—600

Note: PER LOT 1 MAG $150—180

38 CHÂTEAU LAFON-ROCHET 1996 St.-Estèphe. 4ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 6 MAGS (OWC) $700—850

43 CHÂTEAU PRIEURÉ-LICHINE 1996 Margaux. 4ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 3 MAGS $250—300

39 CHÂTEAU MALESCOT-ST.-EXUPÉRY 1996 Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 6 MAGS (OWC)

44 CHÂTEAU MONTROSE 2001 St.-Estèphe. 2ème Cru Classé 91 WA

$700—850 Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

40 CHÂTEAU MONTROSE 1997 St.-Estèphe. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 2 MAGS

$1,100—1,300

45 CHÂTEAU SMITH-HAUT-LAFITTE 1996 Pessac-Léognan.

$250—300 Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

41 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC LE PETIT CHEVAL 1999 St.-Emilion. Note: PER LOT 6 MAGS $1,200—1,400

$700—850

46 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 2003 (6) 95 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU TALBOT 2000 (3) 93 WA 93 WS CHÂTEAU TROTANOY 1995 (3) 93 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,300—1,500

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47 VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN 1999 (1) 91 WA VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN 2001 (3) 93 WA 94 WS

51 A. JAUME LE GRAND VENEUR 2005 Châteauneuf-du-pape..

Pomerol. Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $500—600

Rhone Valley 48 CHATEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2000

93 WA 92 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $600—700

52 DOMAINE DU VIEUX TELEGRAPHE LE CRAU 2004 Châteauneuf-du-pape.

Châteauneuf-du-pape. 94 WA 90 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

94 WS Note: PER LOT 10 BTS $600—700

$1,100—1,300

49 E. GUIGAL CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE 2001

53 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2005 Châteauneuf-du-pape.

Châteauneuf-du-pape. Old-fashioned, this full-bodied traditional wine seduces with its decadent game, saddle-leather, plum and sautéed wild mushroom aromas. No hint of fancy oak, just a mouthful of Châteauneuf character that swirls around to a long, sweet finish. Another great négoce red from Guigal. 92 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $600—700

50 E. GUIGAL CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE 2001 Châteauneuf-du-pape. 92 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $600—700

Really dense and locked up now, this is packed with dark fig, currant and blackberry fruit shrouded by layers of tar, hot stone, bittersweet licorice and espresso. The long, dense finish has a great tug of iron buried within it. 96 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $250—300

54 LA SOLITUDE 2001 Châteauneuf-du-pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

55 LA SOLITUDE 2001 Châteauneuf-du-pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

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56 E. GUIGAL HERMITAGE 2000 Hermitage. Ultrarich and ultrathick. A full-bodied, stunningly sweet-tasting Northern Rhône, it delivers a ripe mouthfeel and plenty of fruit, mineral and toasty, smoky character. Long, balanced finish. Great Hermitage red from Guigal. 90 WA 97 WS

Italy 60 ELIO ALTARE BAROLO VIGNA ARBORINA 1996 (2) 92 WA 96 WS MARCHESI DE’ FRESCOBALDI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO CASTELGIOCONDO 1997 (2) 96 WS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

$700—850

$180—210

57 CHAPOUTIER CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MORDERÉE 1997 (2) 93 WS CHAPOUTIER ERMITAGE LE PAVILLON 1997 (2) 96 WA CHAPOUTIER HERMITAGE LA SIZERANNE 1999 (3) CHAPOUTIER ERMITAGE LE PAVILLON 2001 (2) 93 WA 94 WS

61 ARMANDO PARUSSO BAROLO BUSSIA VIGNA ROCCHE 1996

Note: PER LOT 9 BTS $800—1,000

58 TARDIEU LAURENT CÔTE-RÔTIE 1999 (3) 91 WS TARDIEU LAURENT HERMITAGE 1999 (2) 95 WA 90 WS Note: PER LOT 5 BTS $500—600

59 TARDIEU LAURENT VIEILLES VIGNES 1999

Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG (OWC) $300—350

62 ARMANDO PARUSSO BAROLO BUSSIA VIGNA ROCCHE 1996 (2) 92 WA 91 WS PRUNOTTO BARBARESCO BRIC TUROT 1997 (6) 91 WA Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 8 BTS $650—750

63 MANZONE BAROLO SAN STEFANO DI PERNO 1996 Piedmont.

Côte Rôtie. 95 WA 91 WS Note: PER LOT 1 MAG $120—150

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64 MANZONE BAROLO SAN STEFANO DI PERNO 1999 Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

65 ELIO ALTARE BAROLO BRUNATE 1996 (6) 90 WA 92 WS ELIO ALTARE VIGNA ARBORINA 1996 (3) 96 WS

68 CERETTO BAROLO BRICCO ROCCHE 1996 (1) 95 WS CERETTO BAROLO BRICCO ROCCHE 1997 (1) 97 WS CERETTO BAROLO BRICCO ROCCHE BRUNATE 1996 (3) CERETTO BAROLO BRICCO ROCCHE PRAPO 1997 (1) Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $500—600

Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 9 BTS

69 CASTELLO BANFI SUMMUS 1999

$800—900

Tuscany.

66 DOMENICO CLERICO BAROLO PAJANA 1999

Gorgeous aromas of blackberries, spices and licorice, with hints of meat. Full-bodied, with extremely refined tannins and a long, long finish. All in finesse and style. Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. 92 WS

Piedmont.

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

95 WA 95 WS $600—700 Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB)

95 WA 95 WS

70 CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1999 (3) 92 WS CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO POGGIO ALLE MURA 1997 (4) 95 WS CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO POGGIO ALLE MURA 1998 (3) 93 WS CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO POGGIO ALL’ORA 1999 (2) 94 WS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Tuscany.

$250—300

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

$1,000—1,200

67 DOMENICO CLERICO BAROLO PAJANA 1999 Piedmont.

$800—900

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71 CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO POGGIO ALLE MURA 1998 (6) 93 WS CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO POGGIO ALLE MURA 2000 (6) 93 WS

75 DOMINUS ESTATE 1999

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

$700—800

$700—850

72 MARCHESI DE’ FRESCOBADLI BRUNELLO DI MONTACINO CASTELGIOCONDO 1997 (2) MARCHESI DI BAROLO BAROLO CANNUBI 1997 (3) MAURO MOLINO BAROLO VIGNA CONCA 1996 (4) PARUSSO BAROLO BUSSIA MUNIE 1996 (3)

Australia

Napa Valley. 91 WA

76 ELDERTON COMMAND SHIRAZ 1999 Barossa Valley. 94 WS 94 WA

Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $600—700

$800—900

73 MARCHESI DE’ FRESCOBALDI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO CASTELGIOCONDO 1997 Tuscany. Dark ruby-garnet. Decadent aromas of blackberry, mushroom and grilled meat. Hints of dried candied fruit. Full and supersilky, with seductive, opulent fruit character. It's so long and caressing. A thoroughly gorgeous bottle. 96 WS Note: PER LOT 1 MAG

77 ELDERTON COMMAND SHIRAZ 2003 Barossa Valley. 94 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $700—800

78 CLARENDON HILLS ASTRALIS SHIRAZ 1999

$180—210 McLaren Vale.

United States 74 DOMINUS ESTATE 1999 Napa Valley. 91 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $700—850

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Amazingly rich and seductive, a towering wine with layers and layers of rich blackberry, plum, cherry and sweet spice flavors that cascade across a dense structure, polished to a fare-theewell so the flavors ring, unopposed by tannins; the tannins are present, but totally submerged in the flavors. The kind of wine you want to roll around in. 93 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $400—500


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79 D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 1998

83 D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 2005

McLaren Vale.

McLaren Vale.

94 WA 93 WS

95 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB)

$350—400

$600—700

80 D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 1999

Chile

McLaren Vale. 96 WA 91 WS Note: PER LOT 11 BTS $650—800

81 D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 2000

84 CONCHA Y TORO DON MELCHOR CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2000 (6) 94 WS CONCHA Y TORO DON MELCHOR CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2001 (6) 95 WS Maipo Valley. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $650—750

McLaren Vale. 94 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB)

Port 85 TAYLOR FLADGATE VINTAGE PORT 1997

$600—700 96 WA 94 WS

82 D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 2000 (3) 94 WA 93 WS

D’ARENBERG THE DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 2005 (6) 95 WA

Note: PER LOT 12 HALF BTS (OWC) $600—700

McLaren Vale. Note: PER LOT 9 BTS $450—550

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WELL CELLARED CLARET FROM AN ESTEEMED LONDON AREA COLLECTOR

88 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1986

Red Bordeaux

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

86 CHÂTEAU LA MISSION HAUT-BRION 2005 Pessac-Léognan. The 2005 La Mission Haut-Brion is pure perfection. It has an absolutely extraordinary nose of sweet blackberries, cassis and spring flowers with some underlying minerality, a full-bodied mouthfeel, gorgeously velvety tannins (which is unusual in this vintage) and a long, textured, multi-layered finish that must last 50+ seconds. This is a fabulous wine and a great effort from this hallowed terroir. Drink this modern-day legend over the next 30+ years. Only 5,500 cases were produced of this blend of 69% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and 1% Cabernet Franc. 100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $5,700—6,800

87 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1982 (2) CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1972 (1) Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Always somewhat atypical (which I suspect will be the case with the more modern day 2003), the 1982 Latour has been the most opulent, flamboyant, and precocious of the northern Medocs, especially the St.-Juliens, Pauillacs, and St.-Estephes. It hasn’t changed much over the last 10-15 years, revealing sweet tannins as well as extraordinarily decadent, even extravagant levels of fruit, glycerin, and body. It is an amazing wine, and on several occasions, I have actually picked it as a right bank Pomerol because of the lushness and succulence of the cedary, blackberry, black currant fruit. This vintage has always tasted great, even in its youth, and revealed a precociousness that one does not associate with this Chateau. However, the 1982 is still evolving at a glacial pace. The concentration remains remarkable, and the wine is a fullbodied, exuberant, rich, classic Pauillac in its aromatic and flavor profiles. It’s just juiced up (similar to an athlete on steroids) and is all the better for it. This remarkable effort will last as long as the 1982 Mouton, but it has always been more approachable and decadently fruity. Drink it now, in 20 years, and in 50 years! Don’t miss it if you are a wine lover. Release price: ($350.00/case). WA 100 WS 98 Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,600—2,800

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Deep garnet-black colour. An incredible array of aromas on the nose: blackberry, black cherry, tobacco, espresso, leather, black olive and loam. The palate is absolutely seamless from first impression to finish, effortlessly building layers of complexity in the mouth and leading to a very long, earth and spice finish. I can’t see how this could possibly be improvement so have no alternative but concede perfection. Drink now to 2045+. 100 WA 99 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,600—3,000

89 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé This wine remains one of the legends of Bordeaux. It has thrown off the backward, youthful style that existed during its first 25 years of life, and over the last 4-5 years has developed such secondary nuances as cedar and spice box. The creme de cassis, underlying floral note, full-bodied power, extraordinary purity, multilayered texture, and finish of over a minute are a showcase for what this Chateau accomplished in 1982. The wine is still amazingly youthful, vibrant, and pure. It appears capable of remaining fruity and vibrant in 2082! Thank God it is beginning to budge, as I would like to drink most of my supply before I kick the bucket. This is a great, still youthful wine, and, on occasion, one does understand the hierarchy of Bordeaux chateaux when you see the complexity and brilliance of this first-growth. Anticipated maturity: 2015-2050+ Release price: ($350.00/case). WA 100 WS 98 Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $2,200—2,400

90 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE 2002 (6) CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE 1978 (2) Pauillac. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 8 BTS $1,400—1,600


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91 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 2005

95 CHÂTEAU TERTRE DAUGAY 1955

Pauillac. 2éme Cru Classé

St.-Emilion.

The 2005 Pichon Baron has a dense ruby/purple color, sweet crème de cassis fruit, lots of cedar wood and forest floor, medium to full body, ripe tannin, and a long finish of a good 30+ seconds. This is a beauty and one of the most successful Pauillacs of this vintage. Drink it now through 2035. 93 WA

hs. Note: PER LOT 1 MAG $900—1,000

Note: PER LOT 5 MAGS $1,700—2,000

96 CHÂTEAU PROVIDENCE 2010 Pomerol.

92 LES HAUTS DE PONTET CANET 2009 Pauillac. Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG (OWC) $300—350

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC) $1,300—1,500

97 LES PENSEES DE LAFLEUR 2006 Pomerol.

93 CHÂTEAU AUSONE 2005 St.-Emilion. The 2005 Ausone is a perfect wine of the vintage. It displays crushed rock, spring flowers, blueberry and blackberry fruit, a full-bodied mouthfeel, stunning purity and richness, and perfect harmony among all of its component parts (acidity, tannin, wood, alcohol and extract). Still youthful, but oh, so promising, this wine should be set aside for another decade and drunk over the following 50-75 years. 100 WA 100 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $7,200—8,000

94 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC LE PETIT CHEVAL 2000 (3) CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC LE PETIT CHEVAL 1999 (1 DMAG)

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $5,200—5,700

98 LA PARDE DE HAUT-BAILLY 2009 Pessac-Léognan. Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG (OWC) $250—300

99 LA PARDE DE HAUT-BAILLY 2009 Pessac-Léognan. Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG (OWC)

St.-Emilion. $250—300 Note: PER LOT 3 BTS + 1 DMAG $900—1,000

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100 PAUL JABOULET AÎNÉ LA CHAPELLE 1978

103 CHÂTEAU HAUT-BRION 1989

Hermitage.

Pessac-Léognan. 1er Cru Classé

As heavenly and profound as it gets, the still youthful-colored 1978 Hermitage la Chapelle exhibits an insane bouquet of sweet cassis, truffle, smoked meats and licorice. Full-bodied, multidimensional, decadent and massive on the palate, with a stacked mid-palate and still present, sweet tannin, it tastes like a mix of the more fruit-loaded '90 and the more evolved, smoky and soy-laced '61. You could easily run out of adjectives describing this beauty, but it's a perfect wine any way you look at it. I see no reason to hold off, and it's drinking perfectly for my palate today, but it certainly won't fall off a cliff anytime soon. 100 WA

What a gorgeous, seductive and beautiful wine, as always. I can't get over the perfumed aromas of subtle milk chocolate, cedar and sweet tobacco. Full-bodied, yet so refined and silky, lasting for minutes on the palate. Everything is in just the right proportion. This is a wine that will go on forever. I love it. One of my great loves in the wine world.—'89/'99 Bordeaux blind retrospective (2009). Drink now. 12,000 cases made. 100 WA 100 WS

Labels badly damaged.

$3,200—3,600

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $3,300—3,600

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

104 CHÂTEAU HAUT-BRION 1990 Pessac-Léognan. 1er Cru Classé

101 TAITTINGER 1973

98 WA 94 WS

Champagne.

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

96 WA

$1,400—1,800

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $900—1,000

105 CHÂTEAU CERTAN DE MAY 1982 Pomerol.

HIGHLY RATED SUPERB WINE FROM A TORONTO COLLECTOR Red Bordeaux

93 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $700—900

102 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 2010 Pauillac. 5éme Cru Classé

106 CHÂTEAU L'ÉGLISE CLINET 2005 Pomerol.

This is big, broad and powerfully rendered, but remarkably polished and refined at the same time. An enormous core of roasted fig, blackberry and black currant fruit is suavely wrapped with roasted apple wood and sandalwood, while dark espresso, loam and warm paving stone notes drive the finish. Very long, with a great tug of scorched earth at the end. A terrific combination of power and precision. Best from 2020 through 2040. 25,000 cases made. 100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 2 MAGS $1,000—1,500

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Dark ruby in color. Fabulous aromas of blackberry, tobacco, black olive and brown sugar follow through to a full body, with incredibly velvety tannins that go on and on and caress the palate for minutes. Shows class and complexity. Stunning. The greatest young wine ever from this producer. Best after 2016. 1,375 cases made. WA 100 WS 98 Note: PER LOT 12 BTS OWC $5,700—6,200


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107 CHÂTEAU CLINET 2009

111 CHÂTEAU PAVIE 2000

Pomerol.

St.-Emilion.

100 WA 94 WS

Voluputuous red. Glorious aromas of very ripe fruit, with layers of spices and chocolate. Full-bodied, with big yet very silky tannins and a long, long finish. Generous and seductive red. Lasts minutes on the palate. Best ever from here. Best after 2010. 7,500 cases made. 100 WA 96 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,000—2,500

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

108 CHÂTEAU CLINET 2009 Pomerol. 100 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

$3,000—3,500

112 CHÂTEAU TERTRE ROTEBOEUF 2005 St.-Emilion. 98 WA 94 WS

$2,000—2,500 Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

109 CHÂTEAU HOSANNA 2009 Pomerol. This is the finest Hosanna that proprietor Christian Moueix has yet made, produced from a 15-acre parcel that usually yields about 1,500 cases. The 2009, a prodigious blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc, offers up an exquisite aromatic concoction of blackberries, plums, Asian soy, forest floor, truffles and graphite. Along with its stunning concentration, remarkably thick, juicy mid-palate and unbelievable complexity, its viscosity and opulence take this wine to new heights. This extraordinary wine is one of the superstars of 2009 and one to enjoy over the next three decades. 99 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,800—2,200

110 CHÂTEAU LA VIOLETTE 2010 Pomerol. 100 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

$3,600—4,000

113 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982 Pauillac. 100 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,700—3,300

114 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE POYFERRÉ 2009 St.-Julien. Solid notes of steeped black currant, ganache-coated fig and plum eau de vie pump along in this very dark red, but with well-integrated structure. Long and winey through the finish, with the grip extending everything nicely. Best from 2016 through 2026. 100 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,200—1,400

$4,500—5,000

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115 CHÂTEAU MONTROSE 2009

118 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2008

St.-Estèphe.

Pomerol.

A bit of a brute, with a very chewy bittersweet ganache, tobacco and roasted fig core splayed open right now by a dagger of roasted apple wood, allspice and cedar. Long and dense through the finish, with a strong singed iron edge. The stuffing is certainly there, but this will take a while to come together as it's running unbridled right now. Proves you can still get classic old-school Bordeaux. Best from 2020 through 2040. 100 WA 97 WS

97 WA 91 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $14,000—17,000

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

119 CHÂTEAU LA FLEUR-PÉTRUS 2009

$1,800—2,200

Pomerol. 97 WA 97 WS

116 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1996

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé $1,400—1,600 The 1996 Chateau Margaux, which was bottled in September, 1998, is undoubtedly one of the great classics produced under the Mentzelopoulos regime. In many respects, it is the quintessential Chateau Margaux, as well as the paradigm for this estate, combining measured power, extraordinary elegance, and admirable complexity. I tasted the wine on three separate occasions in January, and in short, it's a beauty! The color is opaque purple. The wine offers extraordinarily pure notes of blackberries, cassis, pain grille, and flowers, gorgeous sweetness, a seamless personality, and full body, with nothing out of place. The final blend (85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, and the rest Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc) contains a high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon. It tastes complete and long, although backward. My instincts suggest this wine will shut down, but at present it is open-knit, tasting like a recently bottled wine. The fruit is exceptionally sweet and pure, and there are layers of flavor in the mouth. I do believe this wine will develop an extraordinary perfume, and possess a high level of richness. Anticipated maturity: 2005-2040. 99 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,100—1,300

117 CHÂTEAU LA MISSION HAUT-BRION 2000

120 CHÂTEAU TROTANOY 2009 Pomerol. 98 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,900—2,100

121 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2010 Pomerol. This feels dense and unyielding now, with loads of grip supporting a dark, muscular and very backward core of bay leaf, tobacco, plum, blackberry and fig notes. Powerful, fresh and racy, with a tarry edge adding vivacity and drive to the lengthy, raspberry-dominated finish. The raspberry spine seems destined to win out after extended cellaring. Best from 2017 through 2035. 2,500 cases made. 100 WA 97 WS

Pessac-Léognan.

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

100 WA 93 WS

$10,000—12,000

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,800—2,200

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122 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC

126 MAISON LUCIEN LE MOINE CLOS DE LA ROCHE 2005

St.-Emilion. Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 99 WA 93 WS 96 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

$1,700—1,900 $1,200—1,600

123 CLOS ST.-MARTIN 2005

127 MAISON LUCIEN LE MOINE CLOS ST.-DENIS 2005

St.-Emilion. Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

97 WA 91 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,100—1,300

Red Burgundy 124 DOMAINE DUGAT-PY GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN VIEILLES VIGNES 2005 Côte de Nuits. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $1,500—2,000

97 WA Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,000—1,500

128 MAISON LUCIEN LE MOINE VOSNE ROMANEE LES SUCHOTS 2005 Côte de Nuits. 1er Cru 95-97 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $700—900

125 THIBAULT LIGER-BELAIR RICHEBOURG 2005 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,000—1,500

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129 DOMAINE PERROT MINOT CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE VIEILLES VIGNES 2005

132 THIBAULT LIGER-BELAIR NUITS-ST.-GEORGES LES ST.-GEORGES 2009

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

Perrot-Minot’s 2005 Chambertin Clos de Beze Vieilles Vignes (from 50-year-old vines) leads with a jaw-dropping nose of cassis, licorice, citrus zest, black raspberry liqueur, wood smoke, and candied violets. In the mouth, this presents a smelted alliance of liqueur-like black fruit essence, saline minerality, and deep, roasted meatiness. A subtly oily, creamily-textured feel covers a wealth of refined tannins. For all of its sheer finishing, distilled-fruit intensity and grip, this never neglects the first duty of wine – to refresh – and displays gravity-defying lift as it heads down the runway and takes off for a spectacularly long, high-flying finish of utmost clarity and replete with nuances. Plan on following this wine – should you be so lucky as to latch onto a bottle – for at least 15-20 years. 99 WA 95 WS

94 WA

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$1,200—1,600

$300—500

130 NICHOLAS POTEL CHAMBERTIN 2005

134 DOMAINE DUJAC VOSNE ROMANEE LES MALCONSORTS 2010

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $750—950

133 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU GEVREYCHAMBERTIN 2009 Côte de Nuits.

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Côte de Nuits. 1er Cru Here is a 2005 Chambertin that rivals the rose petals of Clos de Beze, along with licorice, a ripeness of red fruit, a suggestion of peach jam, and a pungency of cinnamon that turns tactile on the palate. A chocolate richness and liqueurlike fruit intensity in the mouth never lose sight of the rose petals, nor cover up the chalk, wet stone and roasted meat that underlie a sumptuous, sultry finish. “Round,” “rich” and “resonant” gain new meaning with this stunningly opulent Pinot. 97 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $800—1,000

131 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN 2005 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

92-94 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,600—3,000

135 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN 2010 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru The 2010 Chambertin is exceptional for its polish and sheer elegance. Nothing in particular stands out, instead the Chambertin impresses for its fabulous overall sense of harmony. The integration of fruit, tannin and oak is beyond impeccable. Silky tannins wrap around a finish laced with dark red berries, licorice and sweet spices. Anticipated maturity: 2025-2050. 95-97 WA

98 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $4,000—5,000

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136 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU GEVREY CHAMBERTIN 2010

140 MARQUIS D’ANGERVILLE VOLNAY CHAMPANS 2005

Côte de Nuits.

Côte de Beaune. Grand Cru

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

91-93 WA 93 WS

$250—350

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,100—1,400

137 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN 2011 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 93 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $6,000—8,000

138 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE 2011 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

141 JACQUES PRIEUR MUSIGNY 2005 Côte de Nuits. The Prieur 2005 Musigny delivers a gorgeous bouquet of diverse, sweet flowers, cassis laced, with lemon zest, spices and humus. Sleek, polished and silken-textured in the mouth, this wine offers superb concentration of super-ripe fruit with marrowy meatiness, but with more refinement and youthful class than the Chambertin, not to mention a buoyancy and dynamism and a sheer infectious juiciness in its finish, loaded with bitter-sweet florals. 94-95 WA Note: PER LOT 3 BTS (OWC) $1,500—1,700

95 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $2,000—4,000

142 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIELLES VIGNES 2006 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

139 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU RUCHOTTESCHAMBERTIN 2011

96 WA

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

$3,400—3,800

The 2011 Ruchottes-Chambertin Grand Cru was aged in a judicious 10% new oak. It has an entrancing bouquet that is a serious level up from the Mazy and Charmes-Chambertins with pure fresh strawberry, raspberry and violet aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with supple, sensual tannins and a fine line of acidity. This is silky smooth in the mouth, that prudent oak just giving it lift and sensuality. If I were buying 2011 Rousseau, my money would be spent here. Drink now-2025. 94 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $700—900

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

143 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIELLES VIGNES 2008 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 97 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $3,300—3,600

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144 DOMAINE HENRI BOILLOT BONNES MARES 2010

148 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CLOS DE LA ROCHE 2012

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

95-97 WA

92-94 WA

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$800—1,000

$700—900

145 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BÈZE 2010

149 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHARMESCHAMBERTIN 2012 (1) DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU MAZYCHAMBERTIN 2012 (1)

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru The 2010 Chambertin-Clos de Beze bursts from the glass with an exciting melange of blackberries, cassis, graphite, violets and exotic spices. The Beze is the most exuberant wine in the Rousseau lineup. Black cherries, spices and licorice develop in the glass, adding considerable weight and texture as the wine continues to flesh out. Firm, massive tannins provide the perfect foil for the exuberant fruit. Today the Beze is massive, but it should be spectacular once the tannins start melting away. Anticipated maturity: 2025-2050. 94 WA

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $600—800

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

150 MARQUIS D'ANGERVILLE VOLNAY CLOS DES DUCS 2005

$2,900—3,200

Côte de Beaune. 1er Cru 94-95 WA 94 WS

146 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHARMESCHAMBERTIN 2010 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 92-94 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $2,000—2,200

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

151 DOMAINE DE LA POUSSE D'OR VOLNAY CLOS DE LA BOUSSE D’OR 2009

$900—1,100

Côte de Beaune. 1er Cru

147 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU MAZYCHAMBERTIN 2010 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

The 2009 Volnay Clos de la Bousse d'Or presents a wild, almost unrestrained expression of Volnay. It is a sumptuous wine graced with stunning beauty in its opulent fruit. This shows marvelous detail and clarity with palate staining intensity. Despite its richness, there is plenty of vibrancy and freshness. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2049. 96 WA

94-96 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$600—700

$600—700

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Rhone Valley 152 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The star of the show was the 2007 Châteauneuf du Pape Hommage À Jacques Perrin, which in this vintage is a classic blend of 60% Mourvedre, 20% Syrah, and the rest Counoise and Grenache. Inky colored and insanely perfumed, with todie-for notes of lavender, Provencal herbs, roasted meats, black cherries, truffle, crème de cassis and licorice, it flows onto the palate with massive concentration, a stunning mid-palate and a thick, rich texture that never gets heavy or cumbersome. This is blockbuster stuff that just could not get any better. Drink it anytime over the coming 3-4 decades. 100 WA 99 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $3,000—5,000

153 CLOS DES PAPES 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Absolutely stunning, with a deep well of crème de cassis that's thoroughly pure and captivating, while black tea, fig cake, hoisin sauce, incense and graphite notes weave throughout. The supervelvety finish lets blackberry, boysenberry and crushed cherry fruit take an encore—as if this needed any more fruit. A fantastic display of precision in a very opulent year. Best from 2010 through 2030. 8,000 cases made. 99 WA 97 WS

155 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2003 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2003 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2003 (1) 100 WA Côte-Rôtie. Note: PER LOTS 3 BTS $1,700—1,900

156 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2005 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2005 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2005 (1) 100 WA Côte-Rôtie Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

157 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2005 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2005 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2005 (1) 100 WA

$900—1,200

Côte-Rôtie.

154 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN 2009

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 99 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,400—2,600

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158 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE 2009

161 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE 2010

Hermitage.

Hermitage.

The greatest wines Chave has produced since 2003 are the two cuvees of 2009 Hermitage. The 2009 Hermitage exhibits a black/purple color along with a sumptuous nose of roasted meats, ground pepper, black currants, blackberry jam, and subtle smoke and licorice. The extraordinary bouquet is followed by a wine of extravagant intensity as well as tremendous focus and precision. While not as powerful as the blockbuster 2003, the amazing 2009 may turn out to be a modern day version of their magnificent 1990 (which is drinking incredibly well at present). Anyone who loves Hermitage and has a cold cellar should be lining up to get a few bottles of this beauty. 100 WA 98 WS

Dark and massive, this features a core bristling with warm plum sauce, black currant, blackberry pâte de fruit and bitter cherry flavors. The loamy edge develops through the finish, studded with charcoal, licorice root and roasted apple wood notes, all underpinned by a broad, dense graphite spine. This will age at a glacial pace. Best from 2020 through 2040. 375 cases imported. 100 WA 99 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,800—3,100

162 DELAS HERMITAGE LES BESSARDS 2010

$2,500—2,800 Hermitage.

159 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2009 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2009 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2009 (1) 100 WA Côte-Rôtie.

Dark and inviting, with lots of braised plum, fig paste, warm black currant confiture, freshly brewed espresso and baker's chocolate notes wound together and held in check for now by hefty grip. An echo of iron on the finish keeps this grounded. Should unwind slowly, maintaining a serious bass line. Best from 2015 through 2030. 150 cases imported. 100 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

$1,400—1,600

$1,600—1,800

163 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2010 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2010 (1) 100 WA

160 E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2009 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA MOULINE 2009 (1) 100 WA E. GUIGAL CÔTE-RÔTIE LA TURQUE 2009 (1) 100 WA Côte-Rôtie. Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

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164 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN 2001

166 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN 2010

Châteauneuf du Pape.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

I found this bottle of 2001 Châteauneuf du Pape Hommage À Jacques Perrin to be slightly behind a recent bottle from my cellar. Nevertheless, it was perfumed and surprisingly open, with gorgeous cedar, charcuterie, truffle, blackberry and currant-like fruit all soaring from the glass. Full-bodied, seamless and supple, with its tannin, fruit and acidity perfectly balanced, it’s just now on the cusp of moving from its adolescent stage into the early stages of maturity. Give bottles another 3-5 years and enjoy over the following couple of decades. The blend here is the classic, foudre-aged mix of 60% Mourvedre, 20% Grenache, 10% Counoise, and 10% Syrah. 96 WA 93 WS

98 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

Chateauneuf du Pape.

$2,000—2,200

165 CHÂTEAU RAYAS 2007

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,300—1,500

167 CHÂTEAU BEAUCASTEL ROUSSANNE VIEILLES VIGNES 2009

The 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc Vieilles Vignes (Roussanne) is a staggering wine of extraordinary complexity and richness. Aromas of rose petals, exotic fruits such as mango and nectarine intermixed with peach marmalade, honeysuckle and crushed pineapple emerge from this fullbodied white along with good acidity and lavish amounts of fruit and glycerin. It offers a nearly out of body wine tasting experience. 100 WA 95 WS

Châteauneuf du Pape. I think the Rayas 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape will turn out to eclipse the 2005. It is unequivocally the finest wine made here since Emmanuel Reynaud’s uncle, the late Jacques Reynaud, produced his brilliant 1995. This wine was just released this year, with the 2008 coming on the market in the next few months. The 2007 is a relatively dark ruby/purple-tinged wine, more intensely colored than most Rayas Chateauneufs tend to be, since they are made from 100% Grenache and color has never been one of their hallmarks. The extraordinarily youthful and still burgeoning aromatics of black raspberries, black cherries, truffles and licorice lead to a full-bodied, powerful Rayas with sweet tannin, adequate acidity, and an ethereal richness and unctuosity that delicately offers a sensual texture. It is full-bodied, concentrated and approachable, but won’t hit its peak for at least another 4-5 years and will last for 25 or more. This is a spectacular Rayas, the likes of which hasn’t existed at this qualitative level since 1995. 98 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $3,600—4,000

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $550—750

168 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE BLANC 2009 Hermitage. A stunning display of richness and precision, with almost languid creamed Cavaillon melon, peach and persimmon fruit framed by toasted macadamia nut and brioche hints. This is kept lively by salted butter, chamomile and orange blossom flavors through the very long finish, where a quinine note echoes. Best from 2015 through 2030. 1,200 cases made. 99 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $1,700—1,900

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169 JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE BLANC 2009 Hermitage. 99 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB)

173 FONTODI FLACCIANELLO DELLA PIEVE 2006 Tuscany. 97 WA 99 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $1,000—1,200

$1,700—1,900

Italy

174 FATTORIA PETROLO GALATRONA 2007 Tuscany.

170 DOMENICO CLERICO BAROLO CIABOT MENTIN GINESTRA 2007 Piedmont. 98 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $700—900

171 FRATELLI BROVIA BAROLO CA' MIA 2001

95 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $500—700

175 TIGNANELLO 2010 Tuscany. 94 WA 91 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB)

Piedmont. $1,100—1,500 96 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $700—900

176 LUCIANO SANDRONE BAROLO CANNUBI BOSCHIS 2004 Piedmont.

172 CASANOVA DI NERI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO TENUTA NUOVA 2006

98 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 2 MAGS (OWC)

Tuscany. $900—1,100 95 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $800—900

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177 BRUNO GIACOSA BAROLO LE ROCCHE DEL FALLETTO 2005

181 COLGIN CABERNET SAUVIGNON HERB LAMB VINEYARD 1997

Piedmont.

Napa Valley.

96 WA

Sadly only 400 cases were made of the 1997. The nearly perfect 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon Herb Lamb Vineyard was bottled in May, 1999, and appears to have recovered beautifully from bottle shock. Saturated black/purple-colored with a knock-out nose of blackberries, blueberries, lavender, licorice, and toast, this is a profound, full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon. It displays a seamless, velvety texture, layers of concentrated fruit, and a 45+ second finish. Am I being too conservative in not giving it a 3-digit score? Anticipated maturity: 2002-2025. 99 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,100—1,300

178 LUCIANO SANDRONE BAROLO CANNUBI BOSCHIS 2006 Piedmont. 97 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $800—1,000

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,000—1,200

182 DALLA VALLE MAYA 1997 Napa Valley.

179 PRODUTTORI DEL BARBARESCO RABAJÀ RISERVA 2008

99 WA

Piedmont.

$900—1,100

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

96 WA Note: PER LOT 6 MAGS (OCB) $700—800

United States

183 DOMINUS ESTATE 2001 Napa Valley. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,400—1,600

180 DOMINUS ESTATE 1994 Napa Valley. Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $800—1,000

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184 HARLAN ESTATE PROPRIETARY RED 2002

186 HARLAN ESTATE PROPRIETARY RED 2005

Napa Valley.

Napa Valley.

The extraordinary Harlan Estate, which I awarded 100 points seven years ago, offers no justifiable reason to doubt its perfect score. It is still a baby, with an inky purple color and notes of smoky camphor intermixed with creme de cassis, Asian soy and a hint of cedar beginning to emerge as well as some espresso and subtle damp forest floor notes. The wine has awesome intensity, a full-bodied mouthfeel, a skyscraperlike texture, and a finish that goes on for close to a minute. This is a perfect wine, still youthful and young, and not even in full adolescence as of 2012. It has 40 or more years ahead of it, but should hit its plateau of full maturity in another 5-10 years. It is certainly one of the most showy , flamboyant and remarkable Harlan Estates made to date. (More recently, the 2007 tends to resemble this wine more than any other vintage I can think of.) Kudos to Bill Harlan! 100 WA 99 WS 99 WS

97 WA 94 WS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,600—2,900

185 SLOAN PROPRIETARY RED 2002 Napa Valley. The perfect score does not surprise me since I had given this wine a three-digit rating after bottling. However, I was surprised by how evolved and complex the 2002 has become. Compared to some of the other high scoring 2002s, Sloan’s offering seems to be on a faster evolutionary track. There is nothing wrong with that, but based on this one bottle, this blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot and the rest Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot can be drunk now or cellared for another 10-12 years. I do not think it will be one of the blockbuster, extremely long-lived wines of the vintage, but I could be wrong, because everything is in perfect balance. It offers a dense plum/garnet/purple color, a sweet nose of roasted espresso, chocolate, spring flowers, blackberries, black currants and new saddle leather, an opulent, voluptuous texture, gorgeous, layered flavors, lots of glycerin, sweet, silky tannin and a phenomenal finish. If you own any of this beauty, don’t hesitate to drink it. 100 WA 99 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $3,200—3,600

187 COLGIN IX ESTATE PROPRIETARY RED 2006 Napa Valley. From the Pritchard Hill Vineyard, the 2006 IX Proprietary Red Estate is a blend of 66% Cabernet Sauvignon, 21% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Petit Verdot. The good news is that there are 1,500 cases of this cuvee. It, too, reveals the noble sweetness of tannin, the extraordinary rich, intense mouthfeel, and sumptuous aromas of flowers, burning embers, blackberries, blueberries, spice box, and cedar. With extraordinary intensity, beautiful purity, a texture and flavors that build incrementally on the palate, and a significantly long finish, this is a perfect wine. 100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $2,600—2,900

188 DOMINUS ESTATE 2008 Napa Valley. 99 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,100—1,300

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

189 SCREAMING EAGLE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2009

$1,200—1,400

Napa Valley. 98 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS (OWC) $5,800—6,200

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190 SHAFER VINEYARDS CABERNET SAUVIGNON HILLSIDE SELECT 2010 Napa Valley. A remarkable wine, the 2010 Shafer Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside Select has gone from strength to strength since it was in cask. It is stunningly rich, with classic, fragrant notes of blackcurrants, blackberries, vanilla, graphite and spring flowers. It exhibits an opaque purple color, with a full-bodied, massive mouthfeel, but no heaviness, and again, a flawless integration of acidity, tannin, alcohol and wood. It’s classic California Cabernet, but beautifully put together, showing impeccable craftsmanship and fabulous potential. This is obviously a very young, infantile style of Cabernet that won’t hit its prime for at least another decade and last close to half a century, based on how older vintages that were less well-endowed have matured from Shafer. 100 WA 95 WS

193 SCARECROW CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2007 Napa Valley. Scarecrow’s inky/purple-colored 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon is a prodigious effort. It reveals a liqueur of crushed rocks intermixed with a smorgasbord of spring flower, blueberry, creme de cassis, and assorted blue, black, and red fruit characteristics. It also possesses extraordinary concentration, but what sets it apart is the fragrant aromatics combined with uncommon purity and elegance for such a full-bodied, massively concentrated wine. Its perfect balance suggests it can be drunk at a relatively young age, but it should easily evolve over 30-35 years. Congratulations to all involved! 100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS (OWC)

$2,000—4,000

$1,000—1,200

194 DOMINUS ESTATE 2008

191 DOMINUS ESTATE 2007

Napa Valley. 99 WA 94 WS

Napa Valley. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 2 MAGS (OWC) $800—1,000

$1,200—1,500

192 DOMINUS ESTATE 2007

195 DANA ESTATES CABERNET SAUVIGNON LOTUS VINEYARD 2010

Napa Valley.

Napa Valley.

Note: PER LOT 3 MAGS (OWC)

98 WA 93 WS

$1,200—1,500

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,500—2,000

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196 DOMINUS ESTATE 2010

200 SPOTTSWOODE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2010

Napa Valley.

Napa Valley.

Graceful and refined, offering a subtle mix of delicate Cabernet flavors, with dried currant, cherry, herb, cedar, cigar box and graphite notes, ending with smooth, integrated tannins. Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2024. 3,000 cases made. 100 WA 92 WS

The brilliant 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon boasts an inky/purple color as well as glorious aromas of spring flowers, lead pencil shavings, licorice and a multitude of wild mountain fruits, in particular black raspberry, blackberry and cassis reminiscent of a French Pauillac (although I always think of Spottswoode as the Chateau Margaux of Napa). With a flawless integration of tannin, wood and acidity, it comes across like a liquid version of haute couture from the house of Chanel. It should drink well young yet age for 25 years. 100 WA 93 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,800—2,200

197 DOMINUS ESTATE 2010 Napa Valley. 100 WA 92 WS Note: PER LOT 2 MAGS (OWC) $1,400—1,600

198 SCARECROW CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2010 Napa Valley. 98 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,500—2,000

199 SCHRADER CELLARS CABERNET SAUVIGNON RBS TO KALON VINEYARD 2010

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $1,800—2,200

201 SPOTTSWOODE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2010 Napa Valley. 100 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $1,800—2,200

202 SCARECROW CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2012 Napa Valley. The classic 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon included fruit from the 2acre, old vine parcel that is nearly 70 years of age. It boasts an opaque purple color as well as copious notes of spring flowers, blackberries, black raspberries and wet rocks. The wine’s gravelly minerality and spectacular opulence and density make it an instant classic. This massive, full-bodied 2012 should drink beautifully for 15-20+ years. It showed incredibly well last year, and it still reveals the potential to possibly merit a 3-digit score – it’s that special. 98 WA

Napa Valley. 99 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,100—1,500

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203 MARCASSIN PINOT NOIR MARCASSIN VINEYARD 2007

207 MARCASSIN CHARDONNAY MARCASSIN VINEYARD 2009

Sonoma Coast.

Sonoma Coast.

98 WA 96 WS

96 WA 97 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

$2,000—2,500

$1,600—1,800

204 MARCASSIN PINOT NOIR BLUE-SLIDE RIDGE VINEYARD 2007

208 MARCASSIN CHARDONNAY THREE SISTERS VINEYARD 2009

Sonoma Coast.

Sonoma Coast.

97 WS

94 WA 94 WS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

$500—700

$600—800

205 MARCASSIN PINOT NOIR THREE SISTERS VINEYARD 2007

FROM THE PRIVATE CELLAR OF A CELEBRATED CHEF Red Bordeaux

Sonoma Coast. The magnificent aromas are centered on spicy, floral black cherry and raspberry, with a dash of porcini and toasty oak. The texture is seamless, gliding along gracefully, showing subtle hints of maturity and nuance. Drink now through 2022. 325 cases made. 91 WA 95 WS

209 CHÂTEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 1982 (2) 96 WA CHÂTEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 1986 (2) 95 WS St. Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

$500—700 $1,000—1,200

206 MARCASSIN PINOT NOIR MARCASSIN VINEYARD 2009

210 CHÂTEAU PALMER 1983

Sonoma Coast.

Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé

97 WA 97 WS

98 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$2,000—2,500

$800—900

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211 CHÂTEAU CANON 1986 (4) CHÂTEAU FIGEAC 1986 (2)

216 CHÂTEAU LA FLEUR-PÉTRUS 1998 Pomerol.

St. Emilion. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $600—700

$600—700

212 CHÂTEAU MONTROSE 1986 (2) VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN 1986 (2) Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $600—700

213 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1989 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 96 WS ts Note: PER LOT 1 BT

217 CHÂTEAU PALMER 1998 Margaux. 3ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $450—500

218 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 1998 Pauillac. 5ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $250—300

$400—450

219 CHÂTEAU CLOS L’EGLISE 1998 (3) CHÂTEAU MONTVIEL 1998 (3)

214 CHÂTEAU PRIEURÉ LICHINE 1995

Pomerol.

Margaux. 4ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

ts.

$450—500

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $300—350

215 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1998

220 CHÂTEAU LE BON PASTEUR 2000 (3) VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAIN 2000 (3) Pomerol. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé $900—1,100 Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,100—1,200

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221 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 1985 (1) JEAN-LOUIS CHAVE HERMITAGE 1985 (1) CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 1986 (1 MAG) Note: PER LOT 2 BTS + 1 MAG $500—600

225 CALISSANO BAROLO 1978 (1) ALREDO PRUNOTTO BAROLO BUSSIA DI MONFORTE D’ALBA RISERVA 1980 (1) SOBRERO FRANCESCO E FIGLI BAROLO 1982 (1) FONTAFREDDA BAROLO 1988 (1) CASETTA BAROLO 1990 (1) G.B. BURLOTTO BAROLO 1995 (3) CANNUBI BAROLO 1995 (1) NICOLA FRATELLI BAROLO VIGNA MANDORLO 1995 (3) Piedmont.

222 E. GUIGAL HERMITAGE 1990 (1) E. GUIGAL CÔTE RÔTIE BRUNE ET BLONDE 1996 (1 MAG) E. GUIGAL CROZES HERMITAGE 2001 (1)

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS + 1 MAG

226 TIGNANELLO 1988

$250—300

Tuscany. 95 WS

Italy Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

223 SORDO BAROLO 1996 Piedmont. Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

$400—450

227 ANTINORI GUADO AL TASSO 1998 Tuscany.

$250—300 Note: PER LOT 1 MAG (OWC)

224 PIO CESARE BARBARESCO 1997 Piedmont.

$250—300

Note: PER LOT 7 BTS

228 CASTELLO BANFI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1997

$600—700

Tuscany. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $350—400

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229 FATTORIA CASALE DEL BOSCO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1978 (1) HS CARPINETO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1981 (1) HS CARPINETO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1983 (1) FARNETA BONGOVERNO 1990 (1) CASTELLO ROMITORIO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1990 (1) IL GRAPPOLO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1990 (1) POGGIO DEGLI ULIVI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO RISERVA 1990 (1) COMUNALI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1993 (1) TENUTA CARPARZO LA CASA BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1993 (1) LUIGI D’ALESSANDRO IL BOSCO 1998 (3)

Spain

Tuscany.

Napa Valley.

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

95 WA

$700—800

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS + 1 MAG

230 ARGIANO BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO RISERVA 1990 (1) SAN FELICE IL GRIGIO RISERVA CHIANTI CLASSICO 1990 (1) LUCE DELLA VITE 1996 (3)

232 MARQUÉS DE CÁCERES GAUDIUM GRAND VINO 1996 Rioja. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $350—400

United States 233 DOMINUS ESTATE 1992

$700—800

234 JARVIS CABERNET SAUVIGNON ESTATE GROWN CAVE FERMENTED 1992 Napa Valley.

Tuscany. Note: PER LOT 5 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $350—400

$300—350

Australia 231 GIUSEPPE LONARDI AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA CLASSICO 1995 (2) VIGNETI DEI COTTIMELLI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1995 (3) CASTELLO DI AMA VIGNETO BELLAVISTA CHIANTI CLASSICO 1995 (3) 96 WA Note: PER LOT 8 BTS $600—700

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235 PENFOLDS ST. HENRI SHIRAZ 1996 South Australia. $200—250


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239 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1985

236 VIÑA SANTA RITA TRIPLE C 1999

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Maipo Valley.

Note: PER LOT 10 BTS

Note: PER LOT 10 BTS

$3,500—4,200

$450—500

240 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1982

ASSORTED FINE WINE FROM VARIOUS WELL CELLARED COLLECTIONS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé. 97 WA

237 CHÂTEAU LA MISSION HAUT-BRION 1989 Pessac-Léognan. Both La Mission-Haut-Brion and Haut-Brion hit home runs in this vintage, which did not produce as many profound wines as the Bordeaux publicity machine suggested. 1989, the 200th anniversary of the French revolution, was an incredibly hot year (surpassed only by 1990 and 2003). Even from barrel the seamless 1989 La Mission revealed a special elixir aspect, tasting like it had been designed by Chanel. It still possesses a blue/purple color with only a hint of garnet creeping in, and the explosive aromatics offer up notes of licorice, creme de cassis, blueberry liqueur, smoky barbecue meats, truffles and graphite. If that’s not enough to get one salivating, the palate has never disappointed either. Full-bodied with extraordinary opulence as well as sweet, well-integrated, velvety tannins, this fresh, lively, blockbuster La Mission appears to be one of those rare wines that never goes through a closed, unfriendly stage. It has been a compelling, multidimensional effort from barrel, in its infancy, and as it heads into late adolescence. A remarkable tour de force in winemaking, it is one of the alltime profound La Mission-Haut-Brions. Anticipated maturity: now-2050. 100 WA 96 WS

hs. Note: PER LOT 1 BT $2,000—2,500

241 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 100 WA ts. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $5,400—6,000

242 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1982

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

$1,900—2,100

100 WA

238 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1983 (1) 91 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1984 (3) 80 WA 92 WS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $7,800—9,000

243 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC 1982

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé St. Emilion. Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

$1,300—1,500 $4,200—4,800

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244 H. SICHEL APPENHOFENER STEINGEBISS TROCKENBEERENAUSLESE 1980 Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

249 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 1989 (1) CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 1990 (1) CHÂTEAU DUHART-MILON 1988 (1) Pauillac.

$300—400

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

245 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1982

$300—350

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé

250 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1982

Slight water mark on label. ts. Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 1 BT

97 WA

$800—900

Minor label damage.

246 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1983

Note: PER LOT 1 BT $2,000—2,500

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé. 1 BT ts. 1 BT vts.

251 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1985

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

$900—1,000

Note: PER LOT 1 BT $500—600

247 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1985 Margaux. 1er Cru Classé.

252 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1986

1 BT damaged label.

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

The 1986 possesses outstanding richness, a deep color, medium body, a graceful, harmonious texture, and superb length. The penetrating fragrance of cedar, chestnuts, minerals, and rich fruit is a hallmark of this wine. Powerful, dense, rich, and tannic, as well as medium to full-bodied, with awesome extraction of fruit, this Lafite has immense potential. Patience is required. Anticipated maturity: 2000-2030. 100 WA

$800—900

248 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1986 Margaux. 1er Cru Classé 98 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,000—1,200

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253 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1988

258 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1985

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

$600—700

$400—450

254 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982

259 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1982

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

100 WA

100 WA

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

1 BT ts with label damage. 1 BT hs.

$1,000—1,100

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

255 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1985

$3,000—3,300

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

260 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1982

ms. Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 1 BT

97+ WA 94 WS

$350—400

1 BT ts with damaged label. 1 BT ms with slight cork damage.

256 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1986

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 100 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$3,500—3,900

261 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1982 Pomerol.

$1,400—1,600 93 WA 96 WS

257 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE 1983 (1) CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE 1986 (1)

1 BT ts with loose label. 1 BT with label damage. Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $6,400—7,000

Pauillac. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $400—450

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266 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1988 (1) CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1989 (1) CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1990 (1)

100 WA

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

ms.

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

262 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1982

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

$1,000—1,100

$900—1,100

263 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1982

267 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1995 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé

95 WA 94 WS

Consistently scoring between 98-100, the superb 1982 Margaux may be slightly bigger, bolder, and more masculine than vintages produced over the last 15-20 years. Its dark plum/purple color is followed by notes of melted tar intermixed with sweet cassis and floral underpinnings. Very full-bodied and dense for a Chateau Margaux, with a slight rusticity to the tannins, it boasts blockbuster power, richness, and impressive aromatics. It appears set for another 30-40 years of life. 98 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

hs. Minor capsule damage.

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

95 WA 97 WS

$800—900

$2,700—3,000

268 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1995

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

264 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC 1982 St. Emilion.

269 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1995

92 WA 96 WS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

95 WA 96 WS

$800—900

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,000—2,200

265 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1986 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 1 BT $900—1,000

270 POL ROGER CHAMPAGNE BRUT 1988 Champagne Note: PER LOT 1 SALMANAZAR $1,400—1,600

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271 COSSART & GORDON BUAL SOLERA CENTENARY 1845

276 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1982 (1) Margaux. 1er Cru Classé

Madeira Note: PER LOT 1 BT

Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG $3,300—3,700

$550—600

272 PENFOLD’S GRANGE HERMITAGE BIN 95 1987 South Australia. Note: PER LOT 1 BT $300—350

273 MASSANDRA COLLECTION AI DANIL TOKAY 1929 Tokay.

277 DOM PÉRIGNON 1993 (1) 89 WS DOM PÉRIGNON 1995 (1) 94 WA 90 WS DOM PÉRIGNON 1996 (2) 96 WA 93 WS DOM PÉRIGNON 1998 (1) 92 WA 91 WS DOM PÉRIGNON 1999 (1) 93 WA 90 WS Champagne. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,200—1,400

278 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1989

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

$1,400—1,600

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

274 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1994 (2) 91 WA 90 WS CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1996 (3) 99 WA 95 WS

$350—400

279 CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE LAS CASES 1995

Margaux. 1er Cru Classé St. Julien. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 5 BTS

95 WA 95 WS

$2,700—3,200

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

275 RAFANELLI TERRACE SELECT CABERNET SAUVIGNON 1995 (3) RAFANELLI DRY CREEK VALLEY ZINFANDEL 1998 (2)

$700—800

Note: PER LOT 5 BTS $400—500

280 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 1995 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 95 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,700—1,900

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281 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1999 Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 93 WA 93 WS

285 CHÂTEAU PAVIE 1999 (3) 92 WA 93 WS CHÂTEAU PAVIE 1998 (2) 95 WA 92 WS E. GUIGAL CÔTE ROTIE LA LANDONNE 1998 (1) 95 WS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 5 BTS

$1,300—1,500

$1,600—1,800

282 DOMAINE JOSEPH DROUHIN CORTONCHARLEMAGNE 1985

286 DOMINUS ESTATE 1997 (2) 94 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 1995 (2) 93 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 1994 (3) 97 WA

Côte de Beaune. Napa Valley. Note: PER LOT 1 BT

Note: PER LOT 7 BTS

$180—200 $1,600—1,800

283 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 2000

287 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1982

Pomerol. Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé 100 WA 100 WA 98 WS Note: PER LOT 1 BT

Note: PER LOT 1 BT

$4,000—4,500 $1,500—1,800

284 CHÂTEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 1996 (1 MAG) CHÂTEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 1996 (2)

288 PAOLO CONTERNO GINESTRA BAROLO 2000

St.-Julien. 2ème Cru Classé

Piedmont.

Intense aromas of cedar, vanilla, leather and blackberry. Fullbodied, with coffee, vanilla, ripe fruit and a medium finish. 96 WA 91 WS

91 WA 93 WS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS +1 MAG $1,100—1,300

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $500—600

289 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1982 Pomerol. Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $6,600—7,200

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290 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1982

295 CHÂTEAU RIEUSSEC 1988

Pomerol.

Sauternes. 1er Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

93 WA 90 WS

$6,600—7,200

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $600—700

291 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1995 Pomerol. Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $4,000—4,500

296 DOMINUS ESTATE 2006 (1) 96 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 2007 (1) 98 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 2008 (1) 99 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 2009 (1) 97 WA DOMINUS ESTATE 2010 (1) 100 WA Napa Valley.

292 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1995

Note: PER LOT 5 BTS

Pomerol.

$900—1,100

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $4,000—4,500

297 SINE QUA NON JINETE BAJO ROUSSANNE 2008 California.

293 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC 1982 (1) 92 WA CHÂTEAU LA MISSION HAUT-BRION 1982 (2) 100 WA

96 WA Note: PER LOT 3 HF BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

$900—1,100

$2,500—2,800

298 SINE QUA NON MR. K THE NOBLEMAN CHARDONNAY 2002

294 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1987 (1) CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1997 (1)

California. 96 WA

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 HF BTS (OWC) $900—1,100

$600—900

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299 SINE QUA NON MR. K THE STRAW MAN SEMILLON 2006 (1) SINE QUA NON MR. K THE NOBLEMAN CHARDONNAY 2006 (2) California. Note: PER LOT 3 HF BTS (OWC) $700—800

300 HARLAN ESTATE PROPRIETARY RED 1994 Napa Valley. 100 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $2,500—3,100

303 MARCASSIN CHARDONNAY MARCASSIN VINEYARD 2008 Sonoma Coast. A sweeping display of Chardonnay finesse, this is mature, with rich, expansive notes of fig, honeysuckle, roasted marshmallow and light toasty oak, turning creamy and delicate on the finish, with an aftertaste of anise. 100 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $1,800—2,000

304 MARCASSIN CHARDONNAY MARCASSIN VINEYARD 2008 Sonoma Coast. A sweeping display of Chardonnay finesse, this is mature, with rich, expansive notes of fig, honeysuckle, roasted marshmallow and light toasty oak, turning creamy and delicate on the finish, with an aftertaste of anise. 100 WA 93 WS

301 DOMINUS ESTATE 2007

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

Napa Valley.

$1,800—2,000

98 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $800—900

305 CHÂTEAU L’ÉGLISE-CLINET 2003 (3) 93 WS CHÂTEAU L’ÉGLISE-CLINET 2006 (3) 96 WA 93 WS Pomerol.

302 DOMINUS ESTATE 2008 Napa Valley.

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,200—1,400

99 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

306 PARENT LES RUGIENS POMMARD 2003 (1) MONSANTO CHIANTI CLASSICO 2000 (2)

$1,000—1,200 Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $250—300

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307 JACQUES PRIEUR CLOS VOUGEOT 2006 (1) 92 WS DOMAINE J. CONFURON-COTETIDOT ECHEZEAUX 2009 (3)

312 ALDO CONTERNO BAROLO GRANDBUSSIA RISERVA 2005 Piedmont.

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

95 WS

$600—700

Note: PER LOT 1 MAG

308 BOUCHARD PÈRE ET FILS LA ROMANÉE 1988

$600—700

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Note: PER LOT 1 BT

313 MARCHESI DE’ FRESCOBALDI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO CASTELGIOCONDO 2001 Tuscany.

$500—600 97 WS

309 PIERRE USSEGLIO & FILS CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 2000 (1) DESMEURE DOMAINE DES REMIZIERES HERMITAGE CUVÉE EMILIE 2009 (1) Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $350—400

310 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN GRANDE CUVÉE 2001 (1) 95 WS 96 WA CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL CUVÉE J. PERRIN 2009 (1)

Note: PER LOT 1 DMAG $300—350

314 MARCHESI DE’ FRESCOBALDI TOSCANA GIRAMONTE 2007 Tuscany. 94 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $180—200

Châteauneuf-du-Pape

315 TENUTA SETTE PONTI TOSCANA ORENO 2008

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Tuscany.

$450—550

311 SASSICAIA 1998 (1) 95 WS ORNELLAIA 1998 (2) 96 WS SASSICAIA 2007 (2) 93 WS Tuscany.

Structured and racy, showing blueberry and chocolate aromas and flavors, with loads of currant. Full and tannic, yet polished and caressing, with an impressive and persistent finish. A marked change from some past vintages, with only Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot in the blend. Best after 2014. 96 WS Note: PER LOT 5 BTS $300—350

Note: PER LOT 5 BTS $900—1,100

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316 AALTO PS 2009

A FINE COLLECTION OF RHONE VALLEY GEMS Rhone Valley

Ribera Del Duero. 93 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $700—800

320 DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU LA RESERVE 1999 (1) DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU 1990 (1) DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU LA RESERVE 2005 (2) 100 WA

317 REMELLURI RESERVA 2009

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Rioja.

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

93 WA

$400—450

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OCB) $180—200

318 REMELLURI BLANCO 2011 Rioja. 91 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $300—350

319 AUBERT PINOT NOIR UV-SL VINEYARD 2009 (1) 96 WA 92 WS KISTLER CHARDONNAY KISTLER VINEYARD 2012 (1) 95+ WA KISTLER PINOT NOIR OCCIDENTAL BODEGA HEADLANDS VINEYARD CUVÉE ELISABETH 2012 (1) Sonoma. Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $400—450

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321 DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU LA RESERVE 2000 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Possibly the wine of the vintage is the 2000 Chateauneuf du Pape Reserve Le Clos du Cailloux. I tasted this wine four times from bottle, and it has blown away some tough competition. A wealth of fruit, power, and balance, amazing purity, and a sumptuous, 65-second finish are the stuff of legends. As usual, it is a blend of 45% Grenache, 40% Mourvedre, and the rest Syrah as well as miscellaneous varietals. The Mourvedre must be picked incredibly ripe as there is never any of that grape's astringency or toughness. However, being an anti-oxidant varietal, I am sure this is a sign of how much aging potential these wines possess. This is an enormous, well-delineated, superb wine. 99 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $900—1,100


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322 DOMAINE DE CLOS DU CAILLOU LA RESERVE 2001

325 CLOS SAINT-JEAN DEUS EX MACHINA 2004 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. An off-the-charts effort that was one of my wines of the trip, the 2001 Chateauneuf du Pape Reserve Le Clos du Caillou is a spectacular effort that doesn’t put a foot wrong. Getting a bevy of incredible, spectacular, and a few other adjectives (i.e. expletives) in the notes, this rock-star-of-a-Chateauneuf boasts off-the-hook notes of blackcurrants, saddle leather, beef blood, pepper, spring flowers and licorice. Possessing full-bodied richness on the palate, with beautiful underlying structure and depth, this incredible effort represents the essence of this fabulous terroir, and is a thrilling drink that I wish every Rhonelover could have the opportunity to taste. 100 WA Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $800—900

323 DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU LES QUARTZ 2000 (3) 94 WA DOMAINE DU CLOS DU CAILLOU LES QUARTZ 2001 (9) 99 WS Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

96 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,400—1,600

326 CLOS SAINT-JEAN DEUS EX MACHINA 2007 Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Like the 2010, the still inky colored 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Deus ex Machina is as good as it gets. Both incredibly decadent and elegant at the same time, it offers outrageous aromas of mulled blackberries, cured meats, spring flowers and exotic spices to go with a full bodied, seamless, layered, yet massively constructed profile on the palate. Showing the depth and texture of this phenomenal vintage, it’s a monumental effort that’s still an infant in terms of development. It lives up to the hype (I still remember tasting this on release, in the cellar with Vincent, and leaving with nothing but a crazy smile on my face) and can be consumed anytime over the coming two decades. 100 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,600—2,900

$900—1,000

324 LES CAILLOUX CUVÉE CENTENAIRE 1995 (9) 94 WA DOMAINE ROGER SABON CUVÉE PRESTIGE 1995 (3) 91 WA Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,300—1,500

327 CLOS SAINT-JEAN COMBE DES FOUS 2006 Châteuneuf-du-Pape. 99 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $700—800

328 CLOS SAINT-JEAN LA COMBE DES FOUS 2008 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 94 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $1,400—1,600

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329 CLOS SAINT-JEAN LA COMBE DES FOUS 2006 (6) 99 WA DOMAINE LA BARROCHE PURE 2006 (6) 95 WA Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,300—1,500

330 DOMAINE ST. DAMIEN LES SOUTEYRADES 2009 Gigondas. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $300—350

331 DOMAINE LA BARROCHE PURE 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 98 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $2,800—3,200

332 DOMAINE LA BARROCHE PURE 2007

334 PIERRE USSEGLIO CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 2000 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 97 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,000—1,200

335 PIERRE USSEGLIO & FILS CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 1998 (6) 95 WA PIERRE USSEGLIO & FILS CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 1999 (2) 94 WA PIERRE USSEGLIO & FILS CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 2000 (1) 97 WA PIERRE USSEGLIO & FILS CUVÉE DE MON AÏEUL 1998 (2) 99 WA Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 11 BTS $1,200—1,400

336 PIERRE USSEGLIO RÉSERVE DES DEUX FRÈRES 2000 (11) 98 WA CLOS DU MONT OLIVET 1990 (1) Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

98 WA

$2,000—2,200

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $1,400—1,600

333 DOMAINE LA BARROCHE PURE 2009 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 97 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,400—1,700

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337 DOMAINE DE LA JANASSE CUVÉE XXL 2007

340 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN GRAND CUVÉE 1998

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Châteauneuf-du-Pape. A curiosity is the 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape XXL, a blend of 95% Grenache and 5% Mourvedre that fermented for nearly three years. Bottled earlier this year, it reminds me of some of the Cuvee Speciales that Henri Bonneau made, particularly the 1990 and 1998. One would think it might taste like an Amarone, but in fact, it doesn’t. It is a very thick, unctuouslytextured, over-the-top wine with unbelievable concentration that is technically dry, even though the alcohol level is extraordinarily high. Only 1,400 bottles were produced. Several California Rhone Ranger winemakers told me they thought this was the greatest Chateauneuf du Pape they ever tasted, which didn’t really surprise me because it is a singularly great wine, although I am sure some people will look at the alcohol level and simply dismiss it as being out of balance. It has phenomenal balance and is a rich, massive wine that in 20 or so years, will be considered to be a legend of Chateauneuf du Pape. 99 WA

100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,200—1,400

341 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL HOMMAGE À JACQUES PERRIN GRAND CUVÉE 1999 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 96 WA 94 WS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$1,200—1,400

$600—700

338 DOMAINE DE LA JANASSE CUVÉE VIEILLES VIGNES 2010

342 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 1995 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 5cm The 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Vieilles Vignes, which achieved 16% natural alcohol, possesses an inky/purple color. It is slightly tighter and more restrained than the 2010 Chaupin, but it has enormous volume as well as incredible glycerin, richness and fat. A huge bouquet of pure blackberry and black currant fruit intermixed with charcoal, incense, truffles and spring flowers is followed by a prodigious, full-bodied wine that is capable of 20+ years of evolution. I hope Chateauneuf du Pape enthusiasts can find some of this amazing wine! 100 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $2,100—2,300

339 DOMAINE DE LA JANASSE CUVÉE CHAUPIN 2009 (8) 98 WA CHÂTEAU SIMIAN LES GRAND GRENACHIERES D’HIPPOLYTE 2007 (1) 98 WA

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—850

343 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 1998 (6) CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 1995 (1) Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 7 BTS $800—900

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 9 BTS $900—1,100

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344 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2001 (6) CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2005 (2) CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2006 (2) CHÂTEAU FORTIA CUVÉE DU BARON 2001 (2) Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

345 CHÂTEAU DE BEAUCASTEL 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 96 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

347 MAS DE BOISLAUZON CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE CUVÉE DE QUET 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The biggest surprise in these tastings was the phenomenal performance of the 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee du Quet. Normally a blend of 65% Grenache and 35% Mourvedre, the 2007's composition changed to 80% Grenache (all aged in tank) and 20% Mourvedre (aged in small oak barrels.) This wine literally blew me away. Since this is a PG-rated publication, I can not print my original comments upon tasting this wine. Let’s just say the exquisite aromatics were astounding. They include creme de cassis, lavender, roasted meats, new saddle leather, and spice box. The phenomenal aromatics were matched by equally compelling flavors, texture, and purity. Offering a thrill a second, this fullbodied wine exhibits awesome concentration, impeccable balance, and a finish that lasts nearly 60 seconds. I had a difficult time spitting out this amazing elixir, and I kept returning to it during the course of the morning tasting just to confirm my initial impression. The good news is about 500 cases were produced. It should drink well for two decades or more. 100 WA 94 WS

$600—700 Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

346 DOMAINE DU PÉGAÜ CUVÉE DA CAPO 2000 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. The 2000 Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee da Capo is a monument to old vine Grenache as well as traditionally made Chateauneuf du Pape. Boasting a natural alcohol of 16%, this wine, which was bottled in spring, 2003 because its fermentation was extremely slow, has virtually everything you could ever want in a profound Chateauneuf du Pape. The color is inky/ruby/purple to the rim. The extraordinary nose reveals aromas of kirsch liqueur, new saddle leather, animal fur, Provencal herbs, spice box, licorice, and a salty sea breeze character. On the palate, the wine is enormous, with an unctuosity, thickness, and purity that must be tasted to be believed. Over 95% of this offering is old vine Grenache, and the rest a field blend of ancient vines. Representing the essence of Chateauneuf du Pape, it possesses so much concentration that it is easy to pose the question ... “where’s the tannin?” Analytically, it has very high levels of tannin, but the tannin is barely noticeable given the wine’s exaggerated wealth of richness and power. This is a modern day legend in the making, and despite its precociousness and ease in smelling and consuming, it will not hit its prime for another decade. It should last for 25-30 years, and take its place among some of the greatest Chateauneuf du Papes ever made. Anticipated maturity: 2010-2030+. 100 WA 97 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

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348 MAS DE BOISLAUZON CUVÉE DU QUET 2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 100 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,900—2,100

349 LES BOSQUET DES PAPES 1990 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $250—300


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350 LE VIEUX DONJON 1998 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 96 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

355 DOMAINE FONT DE MICHELLE CUVÉE ETIENNE GONNET 2000 (5) DOMAINE FONT DE MICHELLE CUVÉE ETIENNE GONNET 2001 (4) DOMAINE FONT DE MICHELLE CUVÉE ETIENNE GONNET 1998 (2) Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

$1,200—1,400 Note: PER LOT 11 BTS

351 LE VIEUX DONJON 2000 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

$600—700

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

356 DOMAINE GRAND VENEUR CUVÉE LES ORIGINES 2001

$350—400

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

352 BOIS DE BOURSAN CUVÉE DES FELIX 2000

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—800

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 96 WA

357 CLOS DES PAPES 2006

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

$900—1,100

95 WA

353 BOIS DE BOURSAN CUVÉE DES FELIX 2000 (4) 96 WA BOIS DE BOURSAN CUVÉE DES FELIX 1998 (6) 94 WA Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,400—1,700

358 DOMAINE DE BEAURENARD CUVÉE BOISRENARD 2001

Note: PER LOT 10 BTS

Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

$900—1,000

97 WA

354 CLOS DES PAPES 2000

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $900—1,100

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 95 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,200—1,400

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359 DOMAINE DE LA MORDORÉE CUVÉE DE LA REINE DES BOIS 2005 (6) 97 WA DOMAINE DE SAINT-PREFERT COLLECTION CHARLES GIRAUD 2005 (6) 98 WA Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,300—1,500

360 CUVÉE DU VATICAN RESERVE SIXTINE 2005 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—800

361 PATRICK LESEC BARGETON 2005 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 95 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—800

362 TARDIEU-LAURENT CUVÉE SPECIALE 2007

364 PAUL AUTARD CUVÉE LA CÔTE RONDE 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $1,000—1,200

365 DOMAINE LA MILLIÉRE 2009 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $700—850

366 DOMAINE ROGER SABON LE SECRET DE SABON 2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. On another level, the 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Le Secret du Sabon is insanely good and possibly up there with some of the greatest Chateauneufs ever made. Loaded with notions of black fruits, black licorice, roasted herbs and olive tapenade, it's a thrilling example of Grenache and of Chateauneuf du Pape. Full-bodied, massively concentrated and structured, it's not for those looking for immediate appeal and needs another 4-5 years in the cellar. 99+ WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $2,400—2,700

Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $350—400

367 DOMAINE DE SAINT-PREFERT COLLECTION CHARLES GIRAUD 2010 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

96 WA

An incredible wine that I thought was pure perfection on release, the 2010 Chateauneuf du Pape Collection Charles Giraud still stays at the top of my hierarchy today. The most masculine, powerful and concentrated of the trio, it possesses massive amounts of fruit to go with darker-styled fruits, pan drippings, charred steak and roasted herbs. It has everything you could want in a Southern Rhone. Give it another year or two and enjoy bottles through 2030. 100 WA

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

$1,000—1,200

$1,900—2,200

363 DOMAINE DE LA SOLITUDE CORNELIA CONSTANZA 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

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368 DELAS HERMITAGE LES BESSARDS 2010 (2) DELAS CÔTE RÔTIE LA LANDONNE 2010 (1)

372 PODERI ROCCHE MANZONI VALENTINO BAROLO VIGNA D’LA ROUL 2006

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Piedmont.

92+ WA

The 2006 Barolo Vigna d’la Roul is one of the undeniable stars of this important vintage. A massive, tightly wound frame houses dark red cherries, minerals, iron and licorice in a powerful expression of Nebbiolo. The Vigna d’la Roul shows incredible thrust on the palate, with a long, intense finish that suggests it will offer very fine drinking for many, many years...once it awakens from what is likely to be a prolonged slumber in bottle. Clean, mineral notes add the final elements of vibrancy to the finish. The Vigna d’la Roul is the freshest and potentially longest-lived of the estate’s 2006 Baroli. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2031. 95 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC)

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB)

$500—600

$1,100—1,300

Italy

373 MONSORDO DA CERETTO LA BERNARDINA MONSORDO 1995 (2) MONSORDO DA CERETTO LA BERNARDINA DA UVE CABERNET 1995 (8) LAMBORGHINI CAMPOLEONE 1998 (2)

$700—800

369 DELAS MARQUIS DE LA TOURETTE 2006 Hermitage.

370 CAVALLOTTO FRATELLI BAROLO RISERVA BRICCO BOSCHIS VIGNOLO 2004 Piedmont. The 2004 Barolo Bricco Boschis Riserva Vignolo explodes from the glass with tons of super-ripe, perfumed red cherries, roses and spices. Sweet, silky tannins frame a long, utterly exquisite finish. The wine reveals compelling inner sweetness and a level of pure finesse that is the hallmark of this great vintage. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2031. 92-95 WA Note: PER LOT 8 BTS $800—900

371 BURLOTTO BAROLO VIGNETO MONVIGLIERO 2007 Piedmont. 94 WA Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,000—1,200

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

374 CHÂTEAU MONTUS 1995 (4) CHÂTEAU MONTUS 1996 (2) Madiran. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $350—400

375 CLOS MARIE PIC ST LOUP 1995 (5) PRIEURE SAINT JEAN DE BEBIAN 1989 (7) Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $450—500

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376 CHÂTEAU LES PALAIS CUVÉE RANDOLIN VIEILLES VIGNES 1998 Corbieres. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $180—200

Australia 377 GREENOCK CREEK APRICOT BLOCK SHIRAZ 2001 (6) 99 WA GREENOCK CREEK CREEK BLOCK SHIRAZ 2001 (6) 100 WA Barossa Valley. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

380 VERITAS HANISCH SHIRAZ 1990 (3) VERITAS HANISCH SHIRAZ 1994 (2) VERITAS HANISCH SHIRAZ 1995 (3) VERITAS HANISCH SHIRAZ 1997 (3) VERITAS HANISCH SHIRAZ 1998 (1) Barossa Valley. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $1,100—1,200

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381 CHÂTEAU CLERC MILON 1982 (1) CHÂTEAU TALBOT 1982 (1) 95 WA CHÂTEAU GRAND PUY DUCASSE 1982 (1)

$2,100—2,300

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

378 KAY BROTHERS BLOCK 6 SHIRAZ 1998

$300—400

McLaren Vale.

382 CHÂTEAU PÉTRUS 1993

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Pomerol.

$900—1,100

92 WA 95 WS

379 KAY BROTHERS BLOCK 6 SHIRAZ 1996 (2) KAY BROTHERS BLOCK 6 SHIRAZ 1993 (1) KAY BROTHERS BLOCK 6 SHIRAZ 1990 (3) D’ARENBERG DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 1998 (4) D’ARENBERG DEAD ARM SHIRAZ 2002 (2) McLaren Vale. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—800

Note: PER LOT 1 BT $1,900—2,300

383 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1994 (4) 91 WA 91 WS CHÂTEAU LATOUR 1994 (4) 94 WA 91 WS CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 1994 (3) 91 WA 90 WS Note: PER LOT 11 BTS $5,500—6,000

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384 CHÂTEAU MOUTON ROTHSCHILD 1995

388 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 2000

Pauillac. Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 94 WS 93 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

$1,300—1,500 $2,600—3,000

Red Burgundy 385 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY 1990

389 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 2001 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru 94-96 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

$1,500—1,900 $3,500—3,800

386 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY 1991 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $5,700—6,800

387 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 1995 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru One of the greatest wines of the vintage, Vogue's Musigny Vieilles Vignes, reminded me of Chateau Margaux at its best: an iron fist in a velvet glove. How anything can be this massive, powerful, and robust and yet be strikingly elegant and refined. Possessing a dark ruby color and an amazingly spicy, floral (roses) and black fruit-filled nose, this stupendous Burgundy has a thick, almost viscous, velvety texture, with copious quantities of fat, chewy, red berries. Surprisingly, the fruit almost tastes stewed yet is perfectly and clearly delineated. 93-96 WA

390 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 2002 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru The extraordinary 2002 Musigny Vieilles Vignes will most likely not have as much cellaring potential as the great 1949, 1959, or 1990, yet qualitatively is in the same league as those jewels from the past. It sports a profound nose of red cherries, spices, candied raspberries, and hints of oak. This noble, concentrated, refined wine reveals loads of flowers intermingled with red as well as black fruits in its complex personality. Unlike the bold, chewy, hyper-concentrated 1990, this is a feminine wine, a work of art with exquisite tannin. 9799 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $7,500—8,300

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,900—2,100

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391 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 2006 Côtes de Nuits. Grand Cru Francois Millet thinks that there is considerable latent structure as well as aging potential in all of the De Vogue 2006s, and with the 2006 Musigny Vieilles Vignes both are evident. Diverse jellied berries, citrus oils, and floral perfumes indeed seductively fill the nose, and then flood a seamlessly refined palate. At the same time, a sense of chalky and saline minerality as well as marrowy meatiness mount into the finish, taking on further prominence as the wine opens to the air. On the one hand you feel as though you are watching the wafting of clouds of fruit and perfume; on the other the motion of tectonic plates beneath your palate. This superb Musigny is going to be a great source of metaphors over the next 15 or more years, and one could do worse than start with the familiar iron fist wrapped in velvet, because it fits this wine like a glove. 96 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,600—1,800

392 COMTE GEORGES DE VOGÜÉ MUSIGNY VIEILLES VIGNES 2009 Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru The 2009 Musigny Vieilles Vignes fleshes out beautifully with endless layers of fruit that caress the palate in stunning style. Sweet floral notes meld into expressive dark red fruit in this mysterious, evocative Burgundy. There is a weightless intensity to the Musigny that is achingly gorgeous. Waves of flavor continue to build towards the sexy, racy finish as the 2009 shows off its pedigree. The 2009 will always be an exuberant Musigny, but time in bottle will help shed some of the baby fat. This is likely to be a great, great wine for several decades. Anticipated maturity: 2024-2039. 97 WA Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $2,100—2,300

394 DOMAINE PERROT-MINOT CHAMBERTIN VIEILLES VIGNES 2007 (3) 94 WS DOMAINE PERROT-MINOT CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE GRAND CRU 2007 (3) 95 WS DOMAINE PERROT-MINOT CHARMES CHAMBERTIN 2007 (3) 93 WS Note: PER LOT 9 BTS $1,700—1,900

395 DOMAINE PONSOT CLOS ST DENIS TRÈS VIEILLES VIGNES 2007 Côtes de Nuits. Grand Cru Teak, rosewood, fresh purple plum, and fresh animal blood fascinatingly scent Ponsot’s 2007 Clos St.-Denis Cuvee Tres Vieilles Vignes, and their counterparts inform a satin-textured, sumptuous, yet animated and animating palate whose sweetness of fruit; depth of marrowy as well as sanguinary meatiness; and alluringly exotic inner-mouth evocations of aromatic woods are underlain also with the array of mineral complexities – imperfectly described as “saline,” “stony,” or “peat-like” that characterize this great site (more than half of whose acreage is incorporated in Ponsot bottling). This finishes with a resonance, clarity, levity (despite its alcoholic richness) and sheer persistence rare even in Burgundy’s highest echelons, to say nothing of in 2007. I predict that this will also transcend other 2007s in its aging potential and continue to offer thrills for 20-25 years. 96 WA Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $3,300—3,600

396 DOMAINE PONSOT CLOS DE LA ROCHE VIEILLES VIGNES 2008 Côte de Nuits. 96 WA

393 DOMAINE ARMAND ROUSSEAU CHAMBERTIN 1997

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $2,500—2,800

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $1,800—2,100

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397 BOUCHARD PÉRE & FILS CHAMBERTIN CLOS DE BEZE 2010

401 LES CAILLOUX CUVÉE CENTENNAIRE 2003 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Côte de Nuits. Grand Cru. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $2,600—2,900

White Burgundy

398 JEAN-MARC BROCARD CHABLIS LE CLOS 2007

92 WA Note: PER LOT 8 BTS $2,400—2,600

402 LES CAILLOUX CUVÉE CENTENNAIRE 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 95 WA 96 WS

Chablis. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Note: PER LOT 11 BTS $2,300—2,500

$1,000—1,200

399 JEAN-MARC BROCARD CHABLIS LE CLOS 2007 Chablis.

403 MICHEL OGIER CÔTE RÔTIE CUVÉE BELLE HÉLÈNE 2007 (3) 96 WS 96+ WA MICHEL OGIER CÔTE RÔTIE LANCEMENT 2007 (3) 98 WA 95 WS

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS

Côte Rôtie.

$100—1,200

Note: PER LOT 6 MAGS (OWC)

Rhone Valley

$2,600—2,900

400 LES CAILLOUX CUVÉE CENTENNAIRE 2001 Châteauneuf-du-Pape. 96 WA 93 WS Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OCB) $2,400—2,600

404 CHÂTEAU RAYAS 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape 98 WA Loose labels. Note: PER LOT 6 BTS $3,600—4,000

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405 CLOS SAINT-JEAN DEUS EX MACHINA 2007 Chateauneuf-du-Pape. 100 WA 96 WS Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $2,000—2,200

406 CLOS SAINT-JEAN LA COMBE DES FOUS 2007 Châteauneuf-du-Pape.

Italy 408 BIONDI SANTI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1982 (1) BIONDI SANTI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 1997 (2) BIONDI SANTI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2004 (1) Tuscany. Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $1,100—1,200

On another level, the 2007 Chateauneuf du Pape Combe des Fous is a monumental bottle of wine that-s hardly budged since I first tasted it on release. Giving up heavenly aromas and flavors of black raspberries, cassis, incense, cured meats and exotic spices, this incredible effort flows onto the palate with a layered, impeccably balanced profile that carries massive concentration, polished tannin and a crazy length. Despite searching for something to be critical of, I came up empty. 100 WA 96 WS

409 VIETTI BAROLO VILLERO RISERVA 2007 (1) 100 WA VIETTI BAROLO RAVERA 2010 (1) 96 WA

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

$1,500—1,700

$700—800

Champagne

Germany

407 SALON BRUT CHAMPAGNE 1966

410 STAATSWEINGUTER RIESLING BERENAUSLESE STEINBERGER 1953 (1) DOMAINE HUËT VOUVRAY MOUELLEUX 1953 (1)

Le Mesnil. Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $6,000—6,500

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414 L’AVENTURE CABERNET SAUVIGNON 2007

411 SINE QUA NON THE LINE 2008

San Luis Obispo 94+ WA

California. 2008 The Line: This wine was just released in April of this year, and is a blend of 87.5% Grenache, 11% Syrah, and 1.5% Viognier, with 21% whole clusters used in the Grenache component. Seventy-eight percent of it came from the 11 Confessions Vineyard and the balance from Bien Nacido and the White Hawk. It is no measly wine at 15.5% alcohol, but it displays extraordinary berry fruit and kirsch notes intermixed with lavender and other floral components. Intense, fullbodied, voluptuously textured, and stunningly pure, with no real noticeable oak (21% new French oak was used, most of it the larger demi-muids), this beauty has put on weight and is showing additional complexity since I first tasted it. Anticipated maturity: now-2023. 98 WA Note: PER LOT 3 BTS $1,600—1,800

412 SAXUM JAMES BERRY VINEYARD 2012 (2) 97+ WA SAXUM BROKEN STONES SYRAH 2012 (2) 97 WA SAXUM BOOKER VINEYARD 2012 (2) 98 WA

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS (OWC) $1,000—1,200

415 RUDD ESTATE CROSSROADS SAUVIGNON BLANC 2006 Napa Valley. Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $700—800

MIXED BORDEAUX FOR CURRENT AND FUTURE PLEASURE Red Bordeaux 416 CHÂTEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD 2001 (1)

Paso Robles. Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

94 WA 96 WS

$1,600—1,800

Note: PER LOT 1 BTL

413 L’AVENTURE, CUVÉE COTE A COTE 2005

$675—775

San Luis Obispo.

417 CHÂTEAU LATOUR 2001 (1)

Note: PER LOT 12 BTS (OWC)

Pauillac. 1er Cru Classé

$1,100—1,300

95 WA 95 WS Note: PER LOT 1 BTL $500—580

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418 CHÂTEAU MARGAUX 2001 (1) 93 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU MOUTON-ROTHSCHILD 2001 (1) 94 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

423 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL 2001 (1) 93 WA WS 94 CHÂTEAU COS D’ESTOURNEL, LES PAGODAS DE COS 2001 (4) Note: PER LOT 5 BTS

$800—900 $375—450

419 CHÂTEAU CHEVAL BLANC 2002 (1) 90 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU HAUT-BRION 2002 (1) 93 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

424 CHÂTEAU LASCOMBES 2001 (2) Margaux. 2ème Cru Classé 92 WA

$650—800 Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

420 CHÂTEAU DURFOR-VIVENS 2002 (2) CHÂTEAU GRAND-PUY DUCASSE 2002 (2) $150—170

421 CHÂTEAU LANGOA BARTON 2002 (6)

$120—140

425 CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET, LES HAUTS DE PONTET-CANET 2000 (4) Pauillac.

St.-Julien. 3ème Cru Classé

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS

Note: PER LOT 6 BTS

$190—220

$240—280

422 CHÂTEAU L’ÉGLISE-CLINET 2001 (1) 94 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 2001 (1) 92 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE POYFERRÉ 2001 (1) 90 WA 90 WS CHÂTEAU LYNCH BAGES 2001 (1) 90 WS Note: PER LOT 4 BTS $400—500

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426 CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE COMTESSE DE LALANDE 2001 (1) 93 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU PICHON LONGUEVILLE BARON 2001 (2) 93 WA 90 WS Pauillac. 2ème Cru Classé Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $475—550


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427 CHÂTEAU LANGOA BARTON 2003 (3) St.-Julien. 3ème Cru Classé 91 WA 92 WS

431 CHÂTEAU BRANE-CANTENAC 2001 (2) 91 WS CHÂTEAU DU TERTRE 2001 (1) 90 WA CHÂTEAU DUCRU-BEAUCAILLOU 2001 (2) 92 WA CHÂTEAU DUHART-MILON 2001 (2)

Note: PER LOT 3 BTS

Note: PER LOT 7 BTS

$170—190

$475—550

428 GRAND VIN DE LÉOVILLE MARQUIS DE LAS CASES 2002 (2)

432 CHÂTEAU MONTROSE 2001 (1) 91 WA CHÂTEAU PAVIE 2001 (1) 96 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU PAVIE MACQUIN 2001 (1 MAG) 92 WS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS

Note: PER LOT 2 BTS 1 MAG

$140—160 $500—600

429 CHÂTEAU DUHART-MILON 1995 (1) 90 WS CHÂTEAU DULUC 1996 (2) CHÂTEAU D’ARMAILHAC 1998 (1) CHÂTEAU LAFON-ROCHET 1998 (2) CHÂTEAU LÉOVILLE BARTON 1998 (1) 91 WA 90 WS CHÂTEAU CARONNE STE GEMME 1996 (2)

433 CHÂTEAU RAUZAN-SEGLA 2001 (1) 91 WS CHÂTEAU TROPLONG MONDOT 2001 (1) 93 WA 91 WS VIEUX CHÂTEAU CERTAN 2001 (1) 93 WA 94 WS CLOS CANON 2001 (1) CLOS DU MARQUIS 2001 (4)

Note: PER LOT 9 BTS

Note: PER LOT 8 BTS

$550—650

$575—675

430 CHÂTEAU BAHANS-HAUT-BRION 2000 (1) 91 WA CHÂTEAU BATAILLEY 2000 (1) 90 WS CHÂTEAU BRANE-CANTENAC 2000 (1) 92 WA 91 WS CHÂTEAU CANTENAC BROWN 2000 (1) 90 WA 92 WS CHÂTEAU LAGRANGE 2000 (1) 93 WS CHÂTEAU LANGOA BARTON 2000 (1) 91 WA 94 WS CHÂTEAU PHÉLAN SÉGUR 2000 (1)CHÂTEAU LA TOUR DE MONS 2000 (1) CHÂTEAU LADOUYS 2000 (1) CHÂTEAU SEGLA 2000 (1) 91 WA

434 CHÂTEAU PALMER 2002 (1) 92 WA 91 WS CHÂTEAU LATOUR LES FORTS DE LATOUR 2002 (1 MAG) 92 WA CHÂTEAU MARGAUX PAVILLON ROUGE 2002 (3)

PER LOT 7 BTS $600—700

Note: PER LOT 4 BTS + 1 MAG $700—800

435 CHÂTEAU FIGEAC 2003 (1) CHÂTEAU PONTET-CANET 2003 (1) 95 WA 94 WS Note: PER LOT 2 BTS $175—225

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436 CHÂTEAU BEAU-SÉJOUR BÉCOT 2003 (1) 91 WA 90 WS CHÂTEAU CLINET 2003 (1) 91 WS CHÂTEAU COS LABORY 2003 (5) CHÂTEAU GISCOURS 2003 (3) 91 WS CHÂTEAU LAFON-ROCHET 2003 (2) 90 WS CHÂTEAU L’ÉGLISE-CLINET 2004 (1) 93 WA Note: PER LOT 13 BTS $800—950

437 CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE 2003 (3) 92 WA CHÂTEAU HAUT BAGES LIBERAL 2003 (3) 91 WS CHÂTEAU LAGRANGE 2003 (3) 92 WS CHÂTEAU L’ARROSEE 2003 (1) 91 WA CHÂTEAU PIBRAN 2003 (1) 92 WS CHÂTEAU LA TOUR-HAUT-BRION 2003 (1) Note: PER LOT 12 BTS $600—700

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Buying at Waddington’s

All lots will be offered and sold subject to the Conditions of Sale which appear in this catalogue as well as any Glossary and posted or oral announcement. By bidding at auction, bidders are bound by those Conditions and Glossary, as amended by any oral announcement or posted notices, which together form the contract of sale between the successful bidder (buyer), Waddington’s™ and the consignor (seller) of the lot. Descriptions or photographs of lots are not warranties and each lot is sold “as is” in accordance with the Conditions of Sale.

Condition of Lots All of the items are to be considered, unless otherwise noted in the description, in good condition. The definition of “good” when used in reference to condition, describes an object as having had no major damage or repair but as with the nature of the material, may show minor surface wear, discolouration etc., which indicates the acceptable wear that the piece may acquire with age. If you are particular about minor flaws, you should examine the pieces in person or have our staff answer any questions before bidding. Sizes are approximate. It is the sole responsibility of the bidder to inquire as to the condition of

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a lot before bidding. Condition reports are available upon request by phone, fax, email or in person. You are advised to make any requests well in advance of the sale. Frames on artwork are not included as part of purchase or condition.

Buyers Premium A premium of 20% of the successful bid price of each lot up to and including $50,000 and 15% on any amount in excess of $50,000 is paid by the buyer as part of the total purchase price. Invaluable Live! clients will be charged a buyer's premium of 23% of the successful bid price of each lot up to and including $50,000 and 18% on any amount in excess of $50,000 as part of the total purchase price. A charge of 13% HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) is applicable on the hammer price and buyer's premium, except for purchases exported from Canada. In the case where purchases are shipped out of the province of Ontario, the HST or GST is charged based on the tax status of that province.

Bidding To bid in person at the auction, you must register for a bidding number by showing identification acceptable to

the Auctioneer upon entering the salesroom. Your number will identify you if you are the successful bidder. You will be responsible for all lots purchased on your bidding number. Banking information may be requested by Waddington’s™. You may submit an Absentee Bid Form if you are unable to attend the sale. Bidding by telephone, in limited circumstances, can be arranged prior to the sale. While we are pleased to offer absentee and telephone bidding as a service to our clients, and take great care in their commission, the Auctioneer will not be responsible for technical difficulties, errors or failure to execute bids. The Auctioneer may also execute bids on behalf of the consignor to protect the reserve. The reserve is the confidential minimum price the seller is willing to accept for his or her property, below which it will not be sold.

Payment Payment for purchases must be by cash, INTERAC direct debit (Cdn clients in person only), certified cheque (U.S. & Overseas not applicable), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). ALL PRICES IN CANADIAN FUNDS

Note With respect to our collection of your personal information, you acknowledge the following: a. The personal information required is collected on behalf of the LCBO under the authority of Sections 3(1)(b),(n) and (o) and 3(2)(f) of the Liquor Control Act, for the purposes of controlling the purchase and sale of liquor by auction in Ontario; b. The collection of your personal information will be collected in compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; c. We may disclose information relating to the auction, including but not limited to your personal information, to the LCBO. Any questions in relation to the collection of your personal information pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act should be forwarded to us and we will forward the question on your behalf to the Manager of Freedom of Information and Privacy at the LCBO.

Shipping Please visit our website for shipping information: finewine.waddingtons.ca


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Selling Wine & Spirits at Waddington’s Waddington’s is dedicated to achieving record prices and the highest sell-through rates for all our clients. We are thrilled to be the only Ontario auction house under the authority of the LCBO to assist wine collectors sell and manage their cellars. As Canada’s leading and most diverse auction company, we have unparalleled access to domestic and international collectors and investors in fine art and luxury goods. Our experienced fine wine and spirit specialists inspect all collections and cellar storage to ensure provenance and sound condition. A thorough analysis of each wine submitted allows us to provide timely and accurate appraisals based on current market estimates.

Notice for our International Clients The Consignment Process Arranging to sell your collection through Waddington’s is a simple process, starting with providing us with a list of items with any relevant additional information such as storage condition and provenance. Upon review of your list, our specialists will advise you on the best plan to proceed to meet your needs, including providing pre-sale estimates. We can also assist in determining the best manner of shipping your collection to our Toronto-based storage facility. Once onsite, we will inspect each bottle and catalogue accordingly. The complete auction catalogue will be made available as either a printed catalogue and/or digital catalogue posted online.

Fees We charge the vendor a commission based on a percentage of the hammer price on each lot. Please see the standard commission rates below. Vendor Commission Per Consignment Under $50,000 - 15% Over $50,000 -10% Over $100,000 - 7.5% Over $200,000 - 5% Insurance is charged at 1% of the hammer price. The insurance charge may be waived with proof of independent coverage.

Restrictions exist regarding the import and export of species protected under CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species). This includes but is not limited to items made of or containing bone (whalebone etc.), ivory, tortoise shell, seal skin, rhinoceros horn and any other animal part and is strictly controlled or forbidden by most countries. Please review your country’s laws before bidding on pieces made of or containing these restricted items. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to inquire about and obtain the proper permits for artwork purchased that may contain restricted materials, if such permit can be obtained. Please contact the department for further assistance. All Narwhal Tusks must have a Marine Harvest Number or a Marine and Mammal Transport number to be sold at Waddington's. For more information please visit: www.cites.org

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Conditions Of Sale

1. Waddington’s conducts auctions of fine wine and rare spirits as agent for the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (the “LCBO”) and all such auctions are authorized by the LCBO. All auction sales shall be deemed to take place in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 2. All purchasers of alcoholic beverages through an auction must be nineteen (19) years of age or older. Proof of age may be required prior to the transfer of any purchased goods, including, but not limited provision of photo identification. 3. All lots are sold “AS IS”. Any description issued by the auctioneer of an article to be sold is subject to variation to be posted or announced verbally in the auction room prior to the time of sale. While the auctioneer has endeavoured not to mislead in the description issued, and the utmost care is taken to ensure the correct cataloguing of each item, such descriptions are purely statements of opinion and are not intended to constitute a representation to the prospective purchasers and no warranty of the correctness of such description is made. No opportunity of inspection is offered prior to the time of sale. No sale will be set aside on account of lack of correspondence of the article with its description or its reproduction, if any, whether colour or black & white. Some lots are of an age and/or nature which preclude their being in pristine condition and some catalogue descriptions make reference to damage and/or restoration. The lack of such a reference does not imply that a lot is free from defects nor does any reference to certain defects imply the absence of others. 4. Each lot sold is subject to a buyer’s premium of 20% of the successful bid price as part of the purchase price. 5. Unless exempted by law, the buyer is required to pay Harmonized Sales Tax on the total purchase price including the buyer’s premium. For international buyers, taxes are not applicable when purchases are shipped out of country. Items shipped out of Ontario, the buyer is required to pay taxes as per the tax status of that province, whether it HST or GST (Goods and Services Tax).

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Purchasers are solely responsible for ensuring that they comply with all laws or regulations in relation to international shipping or the import of alcohol, including, but not limited to the payment of customs charges and duties. 6. The auctioneer reserves the right to withdraw any lot from sale at any time, to divide any lot or to combine any two or more lots at his sole discretion, all without notice. 7. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid and to advance the bidding at his absolute discretion. The auctioneer reserves the right not to accept and not to reject any bid. Without limitation, any bid which is not commensurate with the value of the article offered, or which is merely a nominal or fractional advance over the previous bid may not be recognized. 8. Each lot may be subject to an unpublished reserve which may be changed at any time by agreement between the auctioneer and the consignor. As previously agreed to as between the auctioneer and the consignor, the auctioneer may bid, or direct an employee to bid. In addition, the auctioneer may accept and submit absentee and telephone bids, to be executed by an employee of the auctioneer, pursuant to the instructions of prospective purchasers not in attendance at the sale. 9. The highest bidder accepted by the auctioneer for any lot shall be the buyer and such buyer shall forthwith assume full risk and responsibility for the lot and must comply with such other Conditions of Sale as may be applicable. If any dispute should arise between bidders the auctioneer shall have the absolute discretion to designate the buyer or, at his option, to withdraw any disputed lot from the sale, or to re-offer it at the same or a subsequent sale. The auctioneer’s decision in all cases shall be final. 10. The auctioneer will notify the successful buyer that they have won the bid. 11. The buyer shall pay for all lots within 48 hours from the date of the sale, after which a late charge of 2% per month on the total invoice may be incurred or the auctioneer, in his sole discretion, may cancel the sale. The buyer shall

not become the owner of the lot until paid for in full. Items must be removed within 30 days from the date of sale, after which storage charges will be incurred at a rate of $4.00 per case per month. 12. Each lot purchased, unless the sale is cancelled as above, shall be held by the auctioneer at his premises at the sole risk of the buyer until fully paid for and taken away. 13. Notwithstanding Section 3, if the buyer, prior to removal of a lot, makes arrangements satisfactory to the auctioneer for the inspection of such lot by a fully qualified person acceptable to the auctioneer to determine the genuineness or authenticity of the lot, to be carried out promptly following the sale of the lot, and if, but only if, within a period of 14 days following the sale a written opinion of such person is presented to the auctioneer to the effect that the lot is not genuine or authentic, accompanied by a written request by the buyer for rescission of the sale, then the sale of the lot will be rescinded and the sale price refunded to the buyer. 14. Payment for purchases must be by INTERAC direct debit (applicable to Canadian in-person clients only), certified cheque (not applicable to U.S. and international sales), travelers cheque, bank draft, electronic transfer (fee applies), and VISA or Mastercard (up to $25,000). 15. In the event of failure to pay for or remove articles within the time limit set out in Section 11, the auctioneer, without limitation of the rights of the consignor and the auctioneer against the buyer, may resell any of the articles affected, and in such case the original buyer shall be responsible to the auctioneer and the consignor for: a. any deficiency in price between the re-sale amount and the amount to have been paid by the original buyer; b. charges in relation to the storage of such articles in accordance with Section 11 until payment and removal by the subsequent buyer; and c. the amount of commission which the auctioneer would have earned had payment been made in full by the original buyer.

16. It is the responsibility of the buyer to make all arrangements for insuring, packing and removing the Consigned Goods purchased and any assistance by the auctioneer or his servants, agents or contractors, in packing or removal shall be rendered as a courtesy and without any liability to them. 17. The auctioneer acts solely as agent for the consignor and makes no representation as to any attribute of, title to, or restriction affecting the articles consigned for sale. 18. The auctioneer reserves the right to refuse admission to the sale or to refuse to recognize any or all bids from any particular person or persons at any auction. 19. If you are a licensee licensed to sell liquor under the Liquor License Act and you purchase alcoholic beverages in an auction to resell pursuant to your license, you must provide Waddington’s with a copy of your license. 20. With respect to our collection of your personal information, you acknowledge the following: a. The personal information required is collected on behalf of the LCBO under the authority of Sections 3(1)(b), (n) and (o) and 3(2)(f) of the Liquor Control Act, for the purposes of controlling the purchase and sale of liquor by auction in Ontario.; b. The collection of your personal information will be collected in compliance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act; c. We may disclose information relating to the auction, including but not limited to your personal information, to the LCBO. Any questions in relation to the collection of your personal information pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act should be forwarded to us and we will forward the question on your behalf to the Manager of Freedom of Information and Privacy at the LCBO.


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