Auction 405 – Lazy Summer!

Dear Wine Lover,

Our first auction after the summer break is all about Burgundy. We are extremely thrilled to have acquired a collection of phenomenal crus from the 1980s and 1990s, as well as from the early 2000s. We will be proud to put more than two dozen lots from Domaine Dujac and even more lots from Domaine Armand Rousseau under the hammer. We have probably never before had a total of three magnum bottles from Lamarche in one auction, and we will also have more than a dozen lots from
the famous Domaines de la Romanée Conti and Comte Vogüé.

The almost two dozen lots of the Domaine Arnoux Lachaux deserve a special mention. The
meteoric rise of Charles Lachaux seems almost unstoppable. According to Wine Advocate‘s
William Kelley, the steady price increases of the young wines of this domain are justified by
their magical drinking pleasure.

We can also present you with exceptional rarities from the Bordelais: We are auctioning, among others, an perfectly preserved original wooden crate of Château Lafite Rothschild 1982, several bottles of the best vintages of Château Margaux, and the 100-point wine 2018 Château Haut Brion, of course in its original packaging.

Château Rayas, as well as the wines of Château des Tours, are among the most sought-after
rarities. We are auctioning almost a dozen wines from the reclusive Emanuel Reynaud.
There are also highlights from the Loire Valley: Wines by Nicolas Joly and Didier Dagueneau
will go under the hammer.

From Tuscany, Sassicaia rises to previously unimagined heights, closely followed by Tignanello,
Solaia, Ornellaia and Masseto.

The Swiss winemakers are led by the Parker award-winning Daniel Gantenbein – in great quantity – followed by Thomas Studach and Martin Donatsch, as well as Neuchâtel star winemaker Jacques Tatasciore.

On Friday, September 2nd we will auction delightful everyday treats as well as the odd surprise.

The highlight of the proceedings, our physical auction, will take place on September 3rd.

If you are unable to join us in person on the 3rd September, we will be happy to take your absentee bids. Bids by e-Mail, post and fax must reach us by September 1st.

Should you need more details, a picture or more information about a specific wine, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will be pleased to answer any questions.

Mit herzlichen Grüssen

Marc M. K. Fischer