One of the last bottles of 1915 Krug in the house’s cellars and a private visit to the estate has been sold for over US$116,000 at an auction in New York.
New York auction house Zachys expects to have made $10 million (£6.5m) worth of sales in September alone, following its first autumn sale realising $5m (£3.2m) over just two days.
Whisky from the Queen’s private collection is set to be auctioned in the US as part of a fundraising drive for a Minnesota hospital.
Demand is still high for top Burgundy at Acker Merrall & Condit’s autumn sale which realised HK$37 million.
A 1960 bottle of Karuizawa sold for HK$918,750 at Bonhams’ Friday auction – the most ever paid for a single bottle of Japanese whisky.
Some of Oregon’s top wineries are seeking to raise the international profile of the state’s Pinot Noir via a major new auction, which will feature exclusive, small parcels from the 2014 vintage.
More details have emerged of the “exceptional” Krug tasting experience that will be auctioned in New York this September.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong October auction features two single-owner sales estimated at over HK$36 million and described by the auction house as a “tempting treasure trove full of allure and promise.”
Auction house Bonhams is shining a light on Spain at its next fine wine auction in London on 3 September, which will include 40 lots of “top Rioja”.
For its September sale, the auction house will offer the final installment from collector Graham Lyons which features some of the rarest selections of Burgundy and Bordeaux.
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