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Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 1994 Dow's Vintage Port (97WS, 96RP, 93DC). Wine Spectator: "A blackstrap, powerful Port. Black, with intense aromas of raspberries, raisins, flowers and stems. Full-bodied and medium sweet, with a long, rich finish. Tannins pull at your palate. A wine for the future. (JS)" (12/1999)

Bid on this bottle of Leacock ''Solera 1872'' Madeira. John Leacock sailed to Madeira from the United Kingdom (after the death of his father) in 1741 and at the age of 15, became the youngest apprentice at the firm of Madeira merchants (Catanach and Murdoch), and stayed until his contract expired on 11 March 1749. During his apprenticeship, he had been in constant contact with an old school friend, John Patient, residing at that time in Charles Town, South Carolina, who suggested that they themselves should commence trading. Leacock agreed and this marks the birth of the now world famous company.
Starting Bid: $300.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2000 Taylor Vintage Port (98RP, 96WE, 95ST, 95WS, 94JG). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Among the most saturated blue/purple/black-colored examples of the vintage, Taylor's 2000 tastes like a young vintage of Chateau Latour on steroids. Aromas of graphite, blackberry liqueur, creme de cassis and smoke jump from the glass. Spectacularly concentrated and enormously endowed, with sweetness allied to ripe tannin, decent acidity, and layer upon layer of fruit and extract, this is the leading candidate for the port of the vintage. (RP)" (10/2002)

Bid on this bottle of Taylor Fladgate "Scion" Port (OWC - 100RP) in original wood. Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "(From Neal Martin's article '10, 20, 30, 40... 155: Taylor’s Tawny Masterclass') On 13th January 2010, two casks were transferred to Taylors and due to its price and rarity they opted not to back blend this ancient port into the 40-Year Old. Instead they chose to release it as a one-off, 155-year old, pre-phylloxera tawny port christened 'Scion', chosen due to its dual meaning both viticultural and familial. It is being released as 1,400 hand-blown, crystal decanters housed in a period wooden box and retailing for a cool £2,500. It is an astonishing tawny, although that word does not do justice to the panoply of aromas and flavours that entranced the entire room. It was remarkably deep in colour with thick tears coating the glass. A clear dark brown colour that looks like a mature Tokaji, with thick tears in the glass. It has a very intense, almost honeyed bouquet with al
Starting Bid: $2,100.00

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 1985 Graham's Vintage Port (96RP, 96WS, 94JS). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Graham is the undisputed star and kingpin of the 1985 vintage ports. Yes, it is made in a sweeter style than the other ports, but it is a fabulous wine because of a dazzling level of black-cherry fruit, an enormous structure, and staggering depth, dimension, and length. (RP)" (01/1989)