A blockbuster weekend for Sotheby’s fine wine department saw US$5 million raised in New York last weekend.
Sotheby’s is to auction three fine wine cellars over two days in Hong Kong this October for an estimated US$8- $11 million.
Sotheby’s first London fine wine sale of the winter season includes rare Sauternes and Champagne among the more usual cornucopia of claret and Burgundy.
An extremely rare collection of coveted cult wine Sine Qua Non in magnum formats will be on offer at Sotheby’s upcoming Hong Kong auction.
Hong Kong’s fine wine auction house, Sotheby’s has just announced it has taken on stock of Don Pérignon’s P2 1996
Sotheby’s will host an ex-cellar sale featuring wines from La Mission Haut-Brion in New York this October.
A 225-litre barrel of 2015 Palmer topped the best-selling lots at the estate’s first ex-cellar sale in Hong Kong at the weekend, making over HK$3 million.
Jamie Ritchie has been named as Sotheby’s new ‘worldwide head of wine’ and will oversee all of the house’s wine auction and retail businesses.
With Vinexpo now a distant memory, dbHK was gripped by auction fever and sank spirits with the defiantly non conformist author of the Whisky Bible, Jim Murray.
Sotheby’s upcoming Château Palmer auction includes trips to the estate, the chance to buy a barrel of its 2015 vintage and rare opportunities to bid on classic vintages. We look at the top 10 lots on offer.
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