Our upcoming auction highlights the New England cellar, a single-owner collection largely accumulated and curated upon release from local retailers. This pedigreed compilation features a grand group of storied vintage Champagne, pristine lots of First Growth Bordeaux, Burgundies and a deep strain of exemplary Italian producers.
In addition, we will be offering a lovingly acquired R. Lopez de Heredia collection spanning three decades and a first glimpse of the Renaissance collection, which will be featured in our March auction and offers a staggering group of rarely seen at auction vintages from the early 20th century including Bordeaux, Burgundy and curiosities once belonging to a lifelong lover of fine wine.
Spirits continue to impress with rare bottlings of Scotch highlighting Ardbeg and Macallan and a strong showing of Bourbon bottles including Masterpiece (Stitzel-Weller) 8 Years Old 1941. From the Emeritus Collection comes a selection of rare Cognac from the 1800s including a demi bottle of Napoleon Grand Fine Champagne 1811 and Skinner and Rook Nottingham Grande Fine Champagne 1848.
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