FINE WINE & WHISKY – AUCTION RESULTS
Catalogue and results available HERE
Also on Saturday 21 April: Antiques & Interiors, including Beswick & Border Fine Arts
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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