Press release - Results of the wine auctions of August 13th & 14th, 2022

9 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2009
9 bottles of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti 2009
Sold for 47 615 €

During this summer period, 2 days of sales were necessary to offer a catalogue of 1800 lots of quality wines. Once again, a great opportunity for French and foreign wine lovers to acquire rare and magnificent bottles, mainly coming from several private wine cellars with a great deal of experience in this field.

Highly prized throughout the world, the best Burgundy wines were the object of all the covetousness with those of the Domaine de la Romanée-Conti including 9 bottles of 2009 for 47615€ - lots 1155 to 1162, 1 bottle of 2010 sold for 29760€ - lot 338, 1 bottle of 1996 for 23560€ - lot 347, 1 bottle of 1987 sold for 16120€ - lot 1137, 1 set of 6 bottles of 2009 for 29760€ - lot 346, 3 bottles of La Tâche 2010 sold for 23065€ - lots 339 to 341, 1 bottle of Montrachet 2009 for 10045€ - lot 1155.

Other great Burgundy wines include 6 bottles of Vosne-Romanée Le Clos Goillotte 2008 sold for 8200€ - lots 449 & 450, 5 bottles of Charmes-Chambertin Vieilles Vignes 2000 Jacky Truchot for 24800€ - lots 506 to 510 and 5 others from 2001 for 22200€ - lots 511 to 515, 2 Echezeaux 2012 Bizot for 13400€ - lots 177 & 178 and 2 magnums of the same vintage 2002 for 24180€ - lots 1144 & 1145. Record also for 1 magnum of Chambolle-Musigny Amoureuses 2002 Georges Roumier sold for 16250€ - lot 1052.

For the whites, among the very good bids, we note 1 bottle of Meursault les Narvaux 2007 from Domaine d'Auvenay sold for 8800€ - lot 181 or 6 bottles of Chablis Clos 2019 Raveneau for 15870€ - lots 1016 & 1017. Domaine Coche-Dury was particularly well represented with 7 bottles of Corton-Charlemagne sold for 39800€ - lots 1164 to 1170, 5 bottles of Meursault-Perrières 2007 for 18350€ - lots 147 to 151 or 7 bottles of Meursault-Perrières of different vintages for 27400€ - lots 1171 to 1177.

The Bordeaux wines, which are unmissable, had the lion's share of attention, notably the legendary Pomerol wine, Petrus, available in several vintages, often housed in original wooden cases (6 bottles of 1995 sold for 21100€ - lot 243, 12 bottles of 1981 for 2250€ - lot 500, 1 bottle of 1971 for 2600€ - lot 1138, as well as 1 magnum of 2015 for 11400€ - lot 1190, 1 magnum of 2016 for 1550€ - lot 1191, 1 of 2017 for 8050€ - lot 1192, and 1 of 2018 for 10665€ - lot 1193). We can also mention a case of 9 bottles of Bordeaux Collection 2005 sold for 13150€ - lot 1247, a case of 9 bottles of Bordeaux Collection 2006 for 9050€ - lot 1248, and 12 bottles of Mouton Rothschild 2006 for 7450€ - lot 1242 or 1 Impériale of Château d'Yquem 2007 for 4350€ - lot 56.

On the Rhône side, 6 bottles of Châteauneuf-du-Pape 2009 Château Rayas for 10665€ - lot 87 and abroad, 1 great Californian wine was on the bill with 1 bottle Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 1992 Screaming Eagle sold for 10550€ - lot 1457, Not forgetting the rare spirits and champagnes, including a boxed set of 3 bottles of "Dom Pérignon Œnothèque 1962-1973-1980" for 7440€ - lot 1209 and 1 magnum Champagne brut "Dom Pérignon Œnothèque 1973" for 5830€ - lot 1208. For a three bottles of Champagne Salon 1985, 1988 and 1990, the price was 5580€ - lots 1216 to 1218.

BESCH CANNES AUCTION Maître Jean-Pierre BESCH, Commissaire-priseur habilité SVV n° 2002-034 Sis Résidence Grand Hôtel 45, Boulevard de la Croisette, 06400 Cannes Tel : 33 (0)4 93 99 22 60 - 33 (0)4 93 99 33 49 - Fax : 33 (0)4 93 99 30 03 besch@cannesauction.com - www.cannesauction.com

Expert : Pascal KUZNIEWSKI

Contact press : Isabelle de Puysegur - Tel : 33(0)6 60 57 58 78 - i.puysegur@wanadoo.fr

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