It will soon be time for the third fine wine & spirits auction of the season (13-15 November). This will be the widest ranging auction yet, with over 1,200 lots. Comtes de Champagne 1961, Dom Pérignon 1964 and Salon 1990 in magnums will be among the champagnes up for auction on the first day. The white wines section includes a number of full cases from Marcel Deiss from various Grand Cru terroirs.
The second day will feature items including mature Bordeaux wines such as Mouton 1934 and Latour 1948, alongside younger wines, with full cases of Pétrus 2003 and La Mission Haut-Brion 2005. Romanée Conti from both 1989 and 1990 with perfect provenance. Masseto in cases from 2006 and 2010 and a nine-litre bottle (Salmanazar) of Costasera Amarone. The third and final day of the auction features a whole host of distilled drinks, including a special limited edition Hennessy Timeless, Macallan from 1966 and Karuizawa 1972.
Viewings start on 3 November and continue until the auction.
Johan has 30 years’ experience of exclusive wines, drinks tastings, and advising on wine storage. He is also the author of “Olivoljeguiden” (The Olive Oil Guide) and has worked both as a consultant in the food industry and a sommelier. Johan values wines ahead of the auctions.
Patrik is a whisky enthusiast, back in the early 1990s he was one of the co-founders of the now closed Stockholm Single Malt Society. He has 20 years of experience from Systembolaget including tutoring drinks tastings since the early 2000s. Patrik is also a published archaeologist.
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