Sotheby's auction house is currently hosting a bidding war for one bottle (1 BT) of the highly sought-after Romanée St. Vivant 2013 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. With a current bid of HK$16,000 and two bidders in contention, this lot has garnered significant interest from wine enthusiasts and collectors alike.
Described as a true masterpiece from the Côte de Nuits region in Burgundy, this Grand Cru wine boasts an impressive production rate of 17.5 hectoliters per hectare. Noted wine expert Serena Sutcliffe, MW describes it as a delightful blend of red fruit compote and blueberry aromas, followed by a taste that delights with redcurrant and strawberry flavors. The wine's silky texture is complemented by a touch of Burgundian wildness, adding an exciting element to its overall profile.
This particular bottle has been carefully stored in a private temperature-controlled cellar prior to inspection, ensuring optimal conditions for preserving its quality. The condition report is available upon logging into the Sotheby's auction platform.
It is important to note that the Hong Kong Tax has already been fully paid on this lot, making it even more accessible for potential buyers. The final hammer will fall on February 1, 2024, offering wine enthusiasts the opportunity to add this exquisite vintage to their collection.
With its current bid standing at HK$16,000 and only two bids made so far, there is still room for those passionate about fine wines to participate and vie for the chance to own this exceptional bottle of Romanée St. Vivant 2013 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti at Sotheby's auction house.
Platform : Sotheby's
Latest Bid : HK$16,000
Number of Bids : 2
Auction End : Feb 01, 2024
Source : Sotheby's