A Methuselah of 1985 Domaine de La Romanée-Conti sold for HK$918,750, the highest selling lot of Zachys recent Hong Kong sale.
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.
Zachys’ second Hong Kong auction of 2016 offers top notch spirits and the fourth instalment from its prestigious Chairman’s Collection.
Charles Curtis MW has joined US auction house Zachys as its new Burgundy consultant.
Zachys’ New York sale on 16 April saw rare Madeira, 1969 Salon and cult Napa Cabernets dominate the bidding.
“Aggressive” bidding for top Burgundy pushed Zachys’ ‘La Paulée’ auction to a US$3.5 million total.
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A case of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti’s Romanée-Conti 1990 has made HK$1.5 million at Zachys’ sale in Hong Kong.
Nearly 700 lots with a combined high estimate of HK$27.3m (US$3.5m) will be on offer at Zachys Hong Kong first 2016 auction.
More than 1,600 lots will go under the hammer in December, including a plethora of Super Tuscans, Californian Cults and Champagne.
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