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1979 North British 40 Year Old "Old Particular" Single Refill Barrel Cask Strength Single Grain Scotch Whisky (750ml)
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This year we were more picky than usual in our grain selections. Perhaps the cream of the crop is the 40 year old North British. Though this cask is a bit younger than the 58 year old official distillery bottling released last year, it is still definitely no spring chicken. As single grain whiskey ages past the 20 year mark it often takes on tropical fruit notes, as it progresses even further, rich cream and honey often layer on top. At 40 years old as long as the cask doesn't overwhelm the spirit, this all comes together in a glorious mesh as a sweet an...
Price: $299.99

From Darroze: 100% Ugni Blanc. Yellow color, golden tints. The nose is fine, with some delicate oaky notes (toast, tobacco, Fire color, gold highlights). The nose is fine, marked by aromas of a delicate and controlled woody notes (toasted bread, brown tobacco, butterscotch, honey, beeswax). Superb. In the mouth, we feel again this quality of oak character. Beautiful balance between aromas - alcohol - tannins. Long in the mouth.
Price: $219.99

Bid on this bottle of 1979 Antinori "Tignanello" Toscana. From Wine Spectator: "Forty years ago, Piero Antinori outraged the Italian wine world with the first release of a red blend that was quite untraditionally Tuscan, Tignanello. A few years later, he followed that with Solaia, which also blended the Bordeaux grapes Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc with the local Sangiovese. Together, they helped create a new category—super Tuscan—and the future of Tuscany was set in motion … They are produced from separate but contiguous vineyards on the Tignanello estate, located in the heart of the Chianti Classico appellation, so they share similar terroir. The elevations range from 1,150 to 1,325 feet, and the soil is rich in limestone and clay. The site was selected, Antinori explained, because it 'had always been recognized as the best vineyard in the area.'" (10/2014)
Starting Bid: $140.00

Bid on this bottle of 1979 Palmer, Margaux (90WS). Wine Spectator: "(JS, no tasting note given.)" (10/1989)
Starting Bid: $129.65