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Joël Taluau was a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas-de-Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire. All his hand harvested cuvées are based on vine age and soil composition, and the wines are fermented and aged in stainless steel with a light fining and no filtration before bottling.
Price: $44.99

1989 Latour, Pauillac
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95 points John Gilman: "The 1989 vintage of Château Latour was not considered a great year for this superb property, which was purported to have started a mini-slump after the release of the brilliant 1982 vintage at the estate. However, though I did not buy this wine on release (believing the critics of the time and their assessment of its relative inferiority), on the couple of occasions where I have been lucky enough to drink it again in recent times, it has been clear that this wine was underrated at the outset and really is an excellent vintage of L...

Château de Marbuzet lies just northeast of Château Cos d'Estournel and south of Château Montrose, overlooking the Gironde from one of the highest crests of the Médoc and situated on soils very similar to those of Cos d'Estournel. The grapes from the vineyards of Marbuzet are crushed and vinified at Château Cos d'Estournel. Until 1994 the grapes from the young vines of Cos d'Estournel, of 20 years of age or less, were blended with those from Château de Marbuzet, then considered to be the second wine of Cos d'Estournel. Since the 1994 vintage Château de Ma...
Price: $89.99

Wine Spectator: "Pretty, and enjoyable now. Good dark-ruby color. Plum and berry aromas have cassis and floral undertones. Medium- to full-bodied, with soft tannins and a long, fresh and fruity finish. (JS)" (05/1999)
Price: $69.99

Direct from the estate! Made from 100-year-old Cabernet Franc vines, growing on unique limestone and clay soil, this wine is dense and extremely complex. A magnificent example of a fine Loire red from what is arguably Chinon's greatest producer. Great aging potential, too. Full bodied and concentrated, a great vintage for Clos de L'Olive with abundant fruit, sweet rich mouthfeel and ripe juicy tannins. Very impressive wine for drinking well into its third decade. These wines evolve into the pinnacle of elegance, with haunting aromas of rich plummy fruit,...
Price: $79.99

Jancis Robinson: "Bright bricky garnet. More evidently leafy than the Langoa, and that makes it smell younger, still of blackcurrant leaves and capsicum, even lavender, though there is a light meatiness. Not as long as the Langoa but richer than I expected from the nose. There's still a slight grip in the tannins and I wonder if there always will be. The tannnis may well outlast the fruit. After an hour, more liquorice on the nose and perhaps just a little dry on the palate but not dried out. 17/20 (JH)" (07/2010) Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Dark r...
Price: $149.99

Robert Parker writes: "Chapoutier's aim is to produce an exceptionally perfumed, soft, elegant cuvee of Cote Rotie, and a luxury cuvee that takes Cote Rotie's black-raspberry, exotic fruitiness and elegance to the limits of intensity, a la Marcel Guigal's La Mouline."
Price: $269.99


From Darroze: 47% Ugni Blanc, 33% Colombard. Nice golden color. Brilliant. Fruits flame into this very fresh nose: dried apricot, candied orange peel, melon jam, white peach. Fine spices accompany the fruits. On the palate, the tannins are fine and delicate. We find this freshness and this fruit so delicate. Long in the mouth.
Price: $169.99

In 1900, when Georges de Latour decided to buy a small, four-acre property in the town of Rutherford as a surprise for his wife he, perhaps unwittingly, purchased a piece of Napa Valley history. The land would become the foundation for Beaulieu Vineyard, which survived Prohibition by having one of the few of contracts to supply churches with sacramental wine. After Prohibition the winery continued to thrive, experimenting with varietals, blends and aging and under the direction of André Tchelistcheff, the winery would fast become one of California's pree...
Price: $99.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "All elegance and fine texture. Beautiful aromas of milk chocolate and ripe berries. Full- to medium-bodied, with silky tannins and a sweet fruit, chocolate aftertaste. (JS)" (05/1999) Jancis Robinson: "60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. This was the wine that Neal Martin gave me blind when he interviewed me for his blog before it disappeared behind erobertparker.com’s paywall. Lustrous fox red. Lot of gamey development and sweetness. On the way down but lots of pleasure. Except for technocrats. Very hedon...
Price: $299.99

Wine Spectator: "...Medium-ruby color. Wonderful aromas of strawberries and pie tart. Medium-bodied, with velvety tannins and a chocolate, berry aftertaste." (05/1999)
Price: $99.99

Carcavelos is the smallest wine appellation in Portugal. A fortified wine like Port and Madeira, but unlike its siblings, the region is East of Lisbon and has amazing views, and only recently has had its last 25ha become protected from development. The Quinta dos Pesoshe estate was acquired by Manoel de Boullosa in 1963 and its vineyards were painstakingly restored over the course of the next twenty years. In keeping with ancient tradition, a mixture of white (Arinto, Gallego Dourado, Ratinho, Rabo do Ovelha) and red grapes (João Santarem, Espadeiro T...
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1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac
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98 points Decanter: "Beautiful, rich and still extremely young, this is Lafite at its gulpable, elegant, sculpted, age-defying best. Deeply-spiced cassis notes are joined by touches of cedar - the result of a dry year that saw one of the earliest harvests since 1898. The grapes were picked with high alcohol and ripe tannins and they have absolutely lasted, and will continue to do so. The tannins are cradling the fruit, barely perceptible and yet still fully in control. (JA)" (05/2018) 97 points James Suckling: "I have never been a huge fan of this Lafi...

92 points Wine Spectator: "A delicious, well-structured Bordeaux, with plenty of ripe fruit, beautiful berry, green tobacco and cherry character. Full-bodied, adding velvety tannins and a long, caressing finish. (JS)" (05/1999) 90 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "It has been a little while since I tasted the Château Léoville-Barton 1989. Now at 25 years of age, it has an open bouquet with vestiges of brambly red fruit, scorched earth and chestnut, touches of fireside hearth developing with time. There is something almost comforting about Anthony ...

1989 d'Yquem, Sauternes
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98 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at the “First Growth” lunch in London. One the outstanding Yquem’s of the modern age, this ’89 rarely disappoints. It has a limpid amber/golden colour. The nose is exuberant, just soaring from the glass with acacia honey, orange-blossom, apricots, quince and a touch of wild heather. Brilliant definition. The palate is perhaps more introspective than I anticipated but beautifully balanced with viscous honeyed fruit, tangerine, peach and just a hint of Seville orange marmalade. Lacquers the mouth in heavenly...

98 points Decanter: "1989 was an early year, with flowering three weeks ahead of usual. Now at 30 years old, a floral aspect curls out of the glass, with touches of roses and peonies, followed on the palate by bilberries and blackberries, with a cigar smoke and eucalyptus finish. It's still vigorous in its tannic structure, but it's soft and supple enough to enjoy today. This bottle was recorked by hand at the winery last year, with five people checking every single one of the 5,000 bottles remaining at the chateau. The wines were topped up from magnums ...


1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac Ex-Chateau Release 6-Pack in OWC
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98 points Decanter: "Beautiful, rich and still extremely young, this is Lafite at its gulpable, elegant, sculpted, age-defying best. Deeply-spiced cassis notes are joined by touches of cedar - the result of a dry year that saw one of the earliest harvests since 1898. The grapes were picked with high alcohol and ripe tannins and they have absolutely lasted, and will continue to do so. The tannins are cradling the fruit, barely perceptible and yet still fully in control. (JA)" (05/2018) 97 points James Suckling: "I have never been a huge fan of this Lafi...

98 points Decanter: "1989 was an early year, with flowering three weeks ahead of usual. Now at 30 years old, a floral aspect curls out of the glass, with touches of roses and peonies, followed on the palate by bilberries and blackberries, with a cigar smoke and eucalyptus finish. It's still vigorous in its tannic structure, but it's soft and supple enough to enjoy today. This bottle was recorked by hand at the winery last year, with five people checking every single one of the 5,000 bottles remaining at the chateau. The wines were topped up from magnums ...

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Lynch-Bages, Pauillac (99RP, 96VN, 96WS, 95ST, 94JG, 94JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 1989 has taken forever to shed its formidable tannins, but what a great vintage of Lynch Bages! I would rank it at the top of the pyramid although the 1990, 2000, and down the road, some of the more recent vintages such as 2005, 2009 and 2010 should come close to matching the 1989's extraordinary concentration and undeniable aging potential. Its dense purple color reveals a slight lightening at the edge and the stunning bouquet offers classic notes of creme de cassis, subtle smoke, oak and graphite. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22, it is still a young adolescent in terms of its evolution and will benefit from another 4-5 years of cellaring. It should prove to be a 50 year wine. (RP) 99+" (08/2011)

Bid on this bottle of 1989 d'Yquem, Sauternes (98RP, 97ST, 97WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Tasted at the “First Growth” lunch in London. One the outstanding Yquem’s of the modern age, this ’89 rarely disappoints. It has a limpid amber/golden colour. The nose is exuberant, just soaring from the glass with acacia honey, orange-blossom, apricots, quince and a touch of wild heather. Brilliant definition. The palate is perhaps more introspective than I anticipated but beautifully balanced with viscous honeyed fruit, tangerine, peach and just a hint of Seville orange marmalade. Lacquers the mouth in heavenly Sauternes with an extraordinarily long finish. Stunning! (NM)" (05/2009)

Bid on this 8-bottle lot of 1989 d'Armailhac, Pauillac in original wood. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The chateau feels the 1989 vintage of Mouton-Baronne-Philippe is its best wine in over three decades. It exhibits a very forward, creamy richness, gobs of velvety fruit, a heady alcohol content, and a fat, lush finish. (RP)" (02/1993)
Starting Bid: $360.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Opus One Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend (91DC). Decanter: "A little softer than some, this is not displaying the intensity of the 1987 and 1988 but still lovely sweet fruit and a silky, confident texture. 31 days skin contact, cool growing season, rains delayed the harvest. (JA)" (09/2019)
Starting Bid: $200.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Gruaud-Larose, St-Julien (94WS, 92RP). Wine Spectator: "Delivers fabulous aromas of crushed red fruits, with leather, tar, tobacco and mint. Full-bodied, offering supersoft and silky tannins, as well as a beautiful polish. Open and luscious, with amazing richness of fruit and decadence at the same time. (JS, Web-2010)"
Starting Bid: $421.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 1989 Brovia "Rocche" Barolo (95VN, 93RP). Vinous: "Firm, grippy tannins provide the backbone for the 1989 Barolo Rocche dei Brovia. Super classic through and through, the 1989 captures the essence of this great vintage. The 1989 is deceptively weightless in the glass, with exquisite aromatics, finely sculpted fruit and exceptional balance. Hints of rose petal, sage, rosemary and anise add nuance on the striking finish. The 1989 needs considerable air for the bouquet to totally open up, but it is beautiful just the same. 'I remember that yields were especially low in 1989,' adds Elena Brovia. 'It was also a very hard vintage to sell because everyone wanted 1990. A few years later, people began to realize 1989 was the better vintage, but by then all the wine had been sold. It was really with the 1985 vintage that things started to change here in terms of the market becoming stronger.' (AG) " (01/2015)
Starting Bid: $240.00

Bid on this magnum of 1989 Latour, Pauillac (1.5L) (95JG, 94WS). John Gilman: "The 1989 vintage of Château Latour was not considered a great year for this superb property, which was purported to have started a mini-slump after the release of the brilliant 1982 vintage at the estate. However, though I did not buy this wine on release (believing the critics of the time and their assessment of its relative inferiority), on the couple of occasions where I have been lucky enough to drink it again in recent times, it has been clear that this wine was underrated at the outset and really is an excellent vintage of Latour. The most recent bottle was getting close to full bloom, but not quite there yet, offering up a deep and complex bouquet of cassis, sweet dark berries, cigar ash, Latour’s classic gravelly, dark soil signature, cedary oak and a smoky topnote. On the palate the wine is pure, full-bodied and plenty deep at the core, with firm, well-integrated tannins, excellent mineral drive, ve
Starting Bid: $930.00

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac (98DC, 97JS, 95JG, 93WS). Decanter: "Beautiful, rich and still extremely young, this is Lafite at its gulpable, elegant, sculpted, age-defying best. Deeply-spiced cassis notes are joined by touches of cedar - the result of a dry year that saw one of the earliest harvests since 1898. The grapes were picked with high alcohol and ripe tannins and they have absolutely lasted, and will continue to do so. The tannins are cradling the fruit, barely perceptible and yet still fully in control. (JA)" (05/2018)

Bid on this bottle of 1989 Domaine Bachelet Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru Vieilles Vignes (92BH). Allen Meadows - Burghound: " Lovely ripe fruit that offers impressive complexity followed by extremely elegant flavors of considerable breed and length. This is most impressive for the vintage and delivers elegance, purity and depth. Approachable now though this should hold for a number of years." (07/1998)
Starting Bid: $510.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 La Mission Haut-Brion, Pessac-Léognan (100RP, 97JG, 97ST, 96WS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "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 ra

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1989 Far Niente Napa Chardonnay. Wine Spectator: "Spicy, elegant and unusually delicate for this winery, with a light, creamy texture and nutmeg-tinged nectarine and tangerine aromas and flavors. Flavorful and long, echoing butter and cinnamon. " (02/1991)
Starting Bid: $74.00