Last ex-cellar consignment of Jayer to go on sale in Geneva

4th June, 2018 by Rupert Millar

The last bottles of Henri Jayer’s wines left in the domaine cellar are to go on sale in Geneva later this month, having been consigned to auction by the family.

Taking place in the Swiss city on 17 June and held by Baghera Wine Auctions, the sale will feature just over 1,000 bottles and magnums from the famed Burgundian estate, which is one of the most sought-after and collectible labels in the fine wine world.

The bottles are part of the stocks kept back by the Jayer family spanning the vintages 1970 to 2001 – Henri Jayer’s last vintage before his death in 2006.

Split across 215 lots, the sale includes wines from various premiers and grands crus in Vosne-Romanée, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Richebourg and Echézeaux, including: ‘Beaumonts’, Les….

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