There is a difference between red and white wine. Have you ever wondered what that difference is? It’s all in the skin. Or lack thereof. Red wine is made with the whole grape. However, when making white wine, the skin and seeds are left out. The Wine Signature Auction – Beverly Hills #5437 by Heritage Auctions offers two sessions of the finest of these wines plus champagne.
Session 1 showcases a Romanee Conti 2016 and a Chateau Petrus 1975. The Conti is a young wine and features a smoky and overtly floral suffused aromas of plum, cassis, spiced tea and sandalwood, only after aggressive swirling, while the Petrus is another 5-10 years away from maturity.
Session 2 includes a Clos de la Roche 1991, an Echezeaux 1989, and a Chateau d’Yquem 1988. Visit to view all 1,909 wines and champagnes available and to place a bid.
Lot Categories:Red Bordeaux (207), White Bordeaux (6), Red Burgundy (211), White Burgundy (16), Rhone (46), France Misc. (15), Champagne (12), Alsace/Germany/Austria (3), Italy (69), Spain (5), US Cabernets and Meritage (44), US Pinot Noir (2, US Syrah/Grenache (1), Other US (Red) (2), Australia (3), ort, Madeira and Malvasia (85), General Misc. (1)
# of Lots:674
Price Range:$55 to $1,100.
Interesting lots include:
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|Clos de la Roche 1991|| Estimate: |
|Echezeaux 1989|| Estimate: |
|Chateau dYquem 1988|| Estimate: |
|Vosne Romanee 1964|| Estimate: |
|Chateauneuf du Pape|| Estimate: |