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BOSTON, Mass. – April 22, 2013 – Skinner, Inc. will hold a live auction of Fine Wines on May 2nd in its Boston gallery. Following the event, a second offering of lots will be open for bidding beginning May 3rd through May 11th exclusively online with Skinner’s timed auction platform. In partnership with Lower Falls Wine Company of Newton, MA, the Skinner May auction of Fine Wines offers investment grade bottles from most corners of the earth, as well as wines for current consumption, and 30 lots of fine ales.
Bordeaux, Rhone, and Burgundy
Bordeaux is well represented in the sale. A spectacular collection amassed over four decades of careful selection spans the globe and focuses on not only the finest wines of a region, but outstanding vintages as well. Removed from custom-built home storage of 56 degrees and 75% relative humidity, this selection reveals the high degree of connoisseurship of this consignor. Highlights include solid Bordeaux offerings such as six bottles of Chateau Haut Brion 1989 (lot 14, estimated between $5,500 and $7,500) and a 12-bottle lot of Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1986 (lot 20, $6,000 to $8,000) purchased on release by the consignor.
From another impressive cellar, a single bottle of Chateau Latour 1990 (lot 143, $500 to $700) will also be offered. A giant among giants, the 1990 Latour is a standout even alongside an impressive array of Bordeaux greats. Beguiling and alluring, this knockout will continue to develop for many years.
Five bottles of the extraordinary Jaboulet Hermitage La Chapelle 1990 (lot 79, $2,000 to $3,000) are fine examples of the complex wines from the Rhone region. Three bottles of Joseph Roty Charmes Chambertin Tres Vieilles Vignes 2005 (lot 266, $900 to $1,200) come from the large selection of Burgundy that will be offered. The fruit for this wine grew on vines that are more 120 years old, providing lessons on history and terroir in a single glass.
Selections from Napa Valley include a 10-bottle vertical of Screaming Eagle spanning a decade (lot 112, $18,000 to $24,000) and a vertical collection of the Screaming Eagle second label, Second Flight (lot 113, $3,000 to $4,000).
A unique 12-bottle vertical lot of Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars (lot 13, $1,200 to $1,800) offers a comprehensive view of a vintage often considered one America’s “First Growths.”
Two bottles of Harlan Estate 1994 (lot 176, $1,500 to $2,000) make up one of several lots of Harlan Estate on offer. The 1994 represents Harlan’s first 100-point score and is widely regarded as the point where this California legend began to hit its stride.
Multiple lots of Schrader Cellars include the producer’s CCS cabernet from Beckstoffer to Kalon Vineyard, the first wine to receive 100 point scores from Robert Parker for three consecutive years.