Posts Tagged: Romanée-Conti

Sotheby’s Withdraws Magnum Of 1959 Romanée-Conti From Upcoming Sale Pending Investigation

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Auction house Sotheby’s has withdrawn a magnum of 1959 Romanée-Conti from its next London sale after a query surrounding a strip label it carries. The magnum of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti was due to be sold during the London leg of the ‘A Monumental Collection from the Cellars of a Connoisseur’ sale on 29 March.

Case of DRC Makes HK$1.5M

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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. The price paid for the sought-after Burgundy is the highest price paid for a case of wine since 2012 the house reported. The 12 bottles had been estimated to realise a possible HK$1.9m but fell slightly short of this, making HK$1,592,500 in the end.

Is The Price Of Rarity Justified?

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As Burgundy’s prices continue to either stay high or get higher as top Bordeaux gets cheaper, how high is too high for Burgundy?

Graham Lyons Cellar Sale Complete

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The final part of Graham Lyons’ fine wine collection was 100% sold by Zachys in Hong Kong last week and realized over HK$31 million.

Rare Selections of Burgundy and Bordeaux Up For Auction in September

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The third and final sale from the cellar of Graham Lyons has been announced. Lyons is known internationally for his meticulous collecting and with particular focus on some of the rarest collections of Burgundy and Bordeaux in existence.

Sotheby’s New York to Auction Their ‘Greatest Burgundy Collection Ever’

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Dubbed as ‘the greatest Burgundy collection ever offered by Sotheby’s New York’, The Don Stott Cellar: 50 Years of Collecting is estimated to bring in up to $6.2 million next month.

A Halloween History: Romanée-Conti and the Grape-Vine Assassin

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’Tis the season for devilish deeds and dark tales… and we’ve got a ripping Halloween yarn to tell that might have been written for wine-lovers.

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