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Nothing is certain in life, but a Spätlese Riesling from a top producer and a top Rheingau terroir like this one in the classic 1971 vintage definitely has the potential to still be going strong as it approaches 50 years old.
Price: $149.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1971 Palmer is a wine that I had enjoyed on several occasions and it remains one of the unheralded surprise packages on the Left Bank. This bottle reinforced that view so I will repeat my acclaim from my previous encounters...what an outstanding Margaux! Even after 45 years there is impressive fruit concentration on the nose, this example perhaps less Pauillac-like than the one in 2012, more rounded and generous with black fruit, sous-bois, bay leaf and thyme emerging from the glass. The palate is more genero...

The newest release from the exceptional and ultra rare Last Drop collection has complex history. It began its life in 1983 and was originally blended into 11 sherry butts where it was left to marry for 9 more years. At 21 Years part of the blend was bottled and the rest was transferred to for a third maturation. The rest of its 24 years were spent in American oak. The resulting whiskey is one of the most complex and powerful blends we've yet to come across. Ultra decadent and complex, but not sappy or overly sweet. Expect a nose of pungent wild honey, ro...
Price: $3,499.99

Bid on this bottle of 1971 DRC Domaine de la Romanée-Conti La Tâche (95BH, 90RP). Allen Meadows - Burghound: "Classic and very ripe mature burg fruit intermingles with a wonderful array of spices, especially anise and soy all of which are framed by a touch of caramel. The flavors are extremely rich, sweet and wonderfully concentrated with a deep, very sweet essence of pinot finish that still retains glimpses of its former power. The tannins are fully resolved and the finish is nothing but pure silk and velvet. Tasted many times and while there is some bottle variation, well-stored bottles are consistently marvelous." (10/2011)
Starting Bid: $1,000.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo) Brunello di Montalcino. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Biondi Santi is a renowned name across the world, yet it remains an anachronistic wine, at odds with the vogue for rich, fruit-laden Brunello's that are lavished in new oak. Since the 19th century, the estate's raison d'être has been to fashion long-lasting wines, built to age over a century." (Producer Profile) and "A visit to Il Greppo is always fascinating, as the estate is literally packed with history at every corner. The old casks, some of which date to the late 1800s, the collection of rare bottles and the impeccably clean, traditionally outfitted cellar are all worth a look. " (05/2011)
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1971 Marchesi di Barolo Barolo. Marchesi di Barolo (which used to be known as Opera Pia Barolo) is one of the region's most historic wineries. Marchesi Falletti was a former proprietor of the estate in the early 1800s and is widely considered to be the creator of what is now known as Barolo. The wines made here were and continue to be Nebbiolos of great breed and complexity.
Starting Bid: $280.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Borgogno Barolo Riserva. This Barolo estate was founded in 1761, one of the oldest cellars in Piedmont. The wines of this estate have been praised for centuries. Antonio Galloni writes: "A visit to this historic estate is like stepping back in time as the winery is a monument of sorts to traditional winemaking. The winery preserves many antique tools related to viticulture and winemaking as well as an extensive library of older bottles. The wines tend to be mid-weight, and share a classic, somewhat austere style. While the Dolcetto and Barbera are good, the real attractions here are the various Barolo bottlings which at their best are very complete and age-worthy wines. The recently tasted 1952 and 1961 Borgogno Barolos are a testament to the longevity of this house’s wines."
Starting Bid: $150.00

Bid on this bottle of 1971 Fontanafredda Barolo. Robert Parker writes: "The Fontanafredda estate is one of the oldest Piedmont estates. Interestingly, in my college and law school days the Fontanafredda Barolos were my introduction to the wonders of Piedmontese wines. A few bottles of the 1970 and 1971, bearing price tags of $5.99, remain in my cellar. Both wines are still drinking beautifully, revealing no signs of decline, a testament to just how long these wines can last. In top vintages, Fontanafredda can produce a half dozen or more single vineyard Barolos."
Starting Bid: $70.00