This collection was assembled over a period of ten years by a private collector who has been a wine buff for over 40 years. Most of the bottles and the labels are in excellent condition, but some are damaged. Some bottles are even sealed. The total collection will be auctioned off on the iDealwine web site, starting on the 21st of May at 10:00 am, and ending on the 30th of May at noon.

There aren’t many private wine collections that go to auction, but when you think about it, such collections make for interesting auctions. Their owners don’t expect to sell them for millions and millions, but they’re still fascinating. Most of the time, they’re also quite extraordinary—especially when you consider the people who’ve owned them. This week, a private wine collection belonging to a man named Andrew Beazley is going up for auction at iDealwine. Beazley has amassed a collection of some of the world’s most famous and expensive wines, which he has kept under lock and key.

A very special, limited edition private collection of wine, wines from some of the world’s most prominent wine producers, from some of the world’s most prominent wine producers.. Read more about fine spirits auction and let us know what you think.

View word-image-4004 Rare bottles from the same cellar come under the virtual hammer of Photo word-image-11630 Paris, 17. June 2021: The online auction house iDealwine opens its doors tomorrow with the auction of a private collection of rare and sought-after wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux and the Rhone valley. Friday the 18th. In June, 572 bottles will be offered for sale in 309 lots, all from one collector and one enthusiast. The (virtual) gavel falls in two weeks, on Thursday 1. July 2021. A consigner is a French wine lover who has been buying wine directly from producers since 1976. Featuring the finest estates in Burgundy, the top varietals in Bordeaux and the iconic producers of the Rhône Valley, the collection is of impeccable provenance and has been built up over 45 years. The most valuable lots The private collection, estimated at 270,000 euros, includes red and white wines in bottles and magnums, with vintages from 1976 to 2017. Among the most important wines of Burgundy we mention Meursault by Pierre Morey, Coche-Dury and Jean-Marc Roulot; Chambolle-Musigny, including the Premier Cru Les Amoureuses by Georges Roumier; Beaunes, Volnays and Pommards by Michel Lafarge; Richebourg by Méo-Camuzet, Grands-Echézeaux by Georges Noëllat, the Premier Cru Gevrey-Chambertin by Lavaux Saint-Jacques and Clos-Vougeot by Denis Mortet. There’s Chambertin, including Armand Rousseau’s iconic Clos de Bèze, and a case of six Premier Cru climats from Domaine des Comtes Lafon. The Bordeaux portion of the collection is just overflowing with first vintages like Château Lafite-Rothschild and Château Mouton-Rothschild 2000. In the Rhone Valley, the most precious bottles are Guigal’s La Mouline 1990 and La Turque 1990 in the famous Côte Rôtie, two wines that the consignor remembers with special affection. There is also a 1978 Château Rayas and a 1985 and 1998 Hermitage La Chapelle by Jaboulet. iDeal store conditions For 45 years, he has sourced his wine almost exclusively directly from a personal network of more than 40 winemakers and a few distributors. The most mature part of the collection was stored until 1980 in a cellar in the centre of Paris, where it was kept at a constant temperature of 14°C.  Finally, in January 2020, the wine bottles were transported to professional storage facilities, deeply buried and at 10°C. With a preference for wine labels, but 85% humidity in the cellar, the shipper protected most of the bottles by wrapping them in foil. The auction starts on on June 18 and ends on June 1. July 2021. To be able to bid, you need to create an account in advance (free, fast and easy on About iDealwine | In search of the undiscoverable Founded in 2000, iDealwine is the most popular wine auction house in France and the world leader in online fine wine auctions. Based in Paris with offices in Bordeaux and Hong Kong, iDealwine is trusted by 650,000 wine lovers in over 60 countries to buy and sell wine. Besides the rare wines on auction, iDealwine also offers a wide selection of wines at fixed prices. This series is continuously expanded: The wines are sourced directly from a network of over 700 partner wineries, as well as a number of older vintages sourced from private cellars. Besides the auctions and fixed price sales iDealwine has built a reputation as an expert in the field of wine market analysis with the annual publication Barometer. More than one in three bottles of wine sold at auction in France goes through the iDealwine cellar. Thanks to the data of more than 175.000 bottles iDealwine can detect trends as soon as they occur. The Barometer is a comprehensive guide to the most sought-after wines, the highest stakes and trends in the wine world – this year’s edition is available now. View word-image-4005The ’63 Château Lafite is the most popular wine in the world, and the most expensive bottle of wine ever sold. A portion of the proceeds is donated to the International Wine Council (IWC), a non-profit organization that promotes wine education and makes its members’ wines available for promotion and research.. Read more about château de bel-air 2014 and let us know what you think.

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