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Burgundy leads the way at Bonhams

Bonhams’ next fine wine sale in London will be dominated by rare Burgundy, particularly from the domains of Coche-Dury and Jacky Truchot.

Taking place on 28 November, highlights from the sale include two verticals of Cohe-Dury’s Meursault ‘Les Perrières’, estimated at £13,000-£15,000 apiece; as well as a selection of vintages spanning 1985-2001 of Jacky Truchot’s wines including six bottles of 1993 Charmes-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes (£3,000-£4,000) and two bottles of Clos de la Roche (£2,000-£2,500).

Other highlights include Armand Rousseau’s 1991 Chambertyin, 1992 Clos Vougeot from Domaine René Engel and 2009 Vosne Romanée Cros Parantoux from Emmanuel Rouget as well as magnums of 1979 Krug, 1945 Lafite, Latour, Margaux, Haut-Brion and Cheval Blanc, 1948 Latour and Cheval Blanc, 1985 Lafleur and 1963 ‘Nacional’ from Quinta do Noval.

Bonhams international director of wine Richard Harvey MW said; “As usual for our Christmas auction, we have assembled a wonderfully broad selection of fine wines with many of the highlights provided by a large number of very desirable Burgundies.”

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