1982 Château Lafite-Rothschild to sell for $27k in Chicago


2015-06-26 11:44:34


1982 Chteau Lafite-Rothschild to sell for $27k in Chicago

An incredible selection of classic vintage Bordeaux and Californian wines will auction next month

Edward Roberts International's wine auction in Chicago, US, promises to include some especially enticing rare vintages.

Scheduled for Sunday December 13, it is the auctioneer's fifth fine and rare wine auction.

The sale will include revered Domaine de la Romane-Conti Burgundies such as 1941 Grands-Echezeaux (estimated at $1,000-1,500), a jeroboam of 1971 La Tache ($7,600-10,300), 1985 and 1990 La Tache ($9,300-12,600 and $4,600-6,300, respectively), and a 1985 Romane-Conti ($6,400-8,600).

A complete 2006 vintage horizontal of all eight DRC vineyards will also feature.

Revered DRC Burgundy including a bottle of 1985 Romanee-Conti and a jeroboam of 1971 La TacheRevered DRC Burgundy including a bottle of 1985 Romane-Conti and a jeroboam of 1971 La Tache will feature in the sale

Revered Bordeaux to go under the hammer will include 1961 and 1962 Chateau Petrus ($5,900-8,000 and $1,100-1,500 respectively), and a 1961 Chteau Mouton-Rothschild ($2,800-3,500).

A leading light at the auction is a 1982 Chteau Lafite-Rothschild, carrying a head-turning estimate of $20,400-27,600. There will be highhopes for this lot; another 1982 recentlysold for double its estimate atChristie's.

Lafite-Rothschild vintages from 1983, 1985 and 1986 will also feature (estimated at $3,600-4,800, $3,100-4,100 and $7,100-9,700 respectively).

Tempting Californian selections include verticals of Sine Qua Non Syrah, including a 1998 ($2,500-3,000), and a 1999 Kistler Pinot Noir Cuvee Elizabeth ($1,300-1,700).

The above wines will sell alongside many other highly-rated selections, including 20 which have been awarded perfect 100 point scores.

All prices include a 19% buyer's premium. Bidding is now open on Edward Roberts International's website.

The auction will take place at the Union League Club of Chicago.

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