A highly sought-after bottle of Romanée Conti 2001 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti has reached a bid of HK$90,000 at the ongoing auction on Sotheby's. The bottle, labeled as #00941, is a Côte de Nuits Grand Cru with a slightly scuffed label. Despite its imperfections, wine connoisseurs are captivated by its unique qualities.
Described as "wine like no other," this Romanée Conti boasts an enchanting nose that starts with hints of the renowned features of a Romanée-Conti wine. However, as it meets the air, an explosion of high-octane wild strawberries fills the air with utter purity. The flavor is reminiscent of sugared fraises de bois and leaves a lasting impression on one's palate.
The texture of this wine exhibits finesse and delicate subtlety, creating an unparalleled tasting experience. Notes of loganberries add to its exceptional flavor profile. Critics have hailed this bottle as extraordinary and unmatched in its healthiness.
Stored in a private temperature-controlled cellar before inspection, this remarkable offering presents itself in excellent condition despite its slightly scuffed label. Its provenance adds to its authenticity and desirability.
With just one bid placed so far, there is still an opportunity for wine enthusiasts to participate in owning this exceptional bottle. Bidders can visit Sotheby's auction page to place their bids before the auction ends on February 1, 2024.
For those who appreciate the finest wines that know no rivals, this Romanée Conti 2001 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti is a must-have addition to any collection. Its unique characteristics and impeccable condition make it a desirable investment for discerning collectors worldwide.
Platform : Sotheby's
Latest Bid : HK$90,000
Number of Bids : 1
Auction End : Feb 01, 2024
Source : Sotheby's