Burgundy’s bull run of the auction circuit continued apace this week with Domaine de la Romanée-Conti and Henri Jayer topping Sotheby’s best lots.
Burgundy’s winning run at auction continued unabated last week with the region topping the charts in London and New York.
A collection of Moët & Chandon dating back to 1914 was sold for £147,333 at auction this week.
Signs that the North American market is getting stronger were in evidence last weekend at Sotheby’s New York sale.
Next week’s Sotheby’s sale will feature a collection of Moët & Chandon dating back to the First World War and Bordeaux recovered from a 19th century shipwreck.
A case of 1961 Château Latour à Pomerol from the cellars of its one-time owner, Madame Lacoste-Loubat, was sold for over £100,000 at auction this week.
Sotheby’s two-day Hong Kong auction last weekend, including the first ex-cellar sale from Domaine Clarence Dillon, was hailed as a resounding success and raised US$12 million.
Champagne house Moët & Chandon is to auction off two rare bottles of its 1914 Grand Vintage Collection through a Sotheby’s auction in November.
Sotheby’s is to offer the cellar of the dowager viscountess Rothermere at its London sale in two weeks.
18th century Madeira, red and white Bordeaux from the swinging sixties, the pick of some of the truly rarer lots at various auctions over the coming weeks.
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