Fine Wine & Whisky

The Fine Wine & Whisky Sale on 21st April saw the continuing demand for Bordeaux from the region’s leading producers, with good results for eight bottles of Chateau Latour (sold for £1,800 plus buyer’s premium), and a mixed case of Chateau Leoville-Las Cases, Chateau Palmer and Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande selling for £2,100 plus buyer’s premium. 
The top lot of the sale went to a bottle of 1955 Macallan – a rare example of the Campbell Hope & King bottling – which sold for £4,200 (plus buyer’s premium). However, solid prices throughout the whisky section demonstrated the continuing strength in the sector, with above estimate results going to a bottle of Balvenie Classic 12 Year Old Founders Reserve (sold for £350 plus buyer’s premium), and a mixed parcel of 12 year old bottles of Bowmore, Cragganmore and Aberlour Glenlivet (sold for £350 plus buyer’s premium).
Selling well, too, was a bottle of 1964 Krug Private Cuvee (£700 plus buyer’s premium), and two lots of 1900 Prunier & Cie Reserve de la Vielle Maison Cognac, which sold for £1,000 & £1,500 plus buyer’s premium.
The sale resulted in a total Hammer Price of £64,245, with 94% of the 192 lots sold.
We are currently accepting lots for the next sale of Fine Wine and Whisky on 13th October, please contact us on 01969 623780 or for details.

Catalogue and results available HERE

Also on Saturday 21 April: Antiques & Interiors, including Beswick & Border Fine Arts

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