1/31-2/2 LOWER PRICES Mature Perfect Provenance Euro&CA Wine

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1/31-2/2 LOWER PRICES Mature Perfect Provenance Euro&CA Wine

#1 Post by Richard Albert » January 12th, 2018, 5:21 pm

Greetings BDlXer’s,

Please read the following critical info to understand the nature of this sale before preceding to the cellar offers .

Using a specialized licensed third party shipper, I am able to ship to nearly every state.

ROUND 2 Reduced Pricing

bottles/1997 Jarvis Res Cab $95 each CT 93+
6/1999 Shafer Napa Cab $75 CT 90+
6/2001 Jarvis Res Cab $100 CT 94+
8/2003 Conn Valley Res Cab $55 CT 92
5/2003 Vineyard 29 Aida Cab $90 CT 92-
7/2003 Jones Family Cab $85 CT 92+
9/2004 Rudd Oakville Cab $105 CT 93+
4/2004 Rudd Crossroads Cab $50 CT 90++
8/2004 Jones Family Cab $65 CT 92
4/2005 Quintessa $95 CT 92+
6/2006 Darioush Cab $75 CT 91+
1/2009 Hartwell Cab $50 CT 91+
1/1995 Bryant Family $500 CT 95+ P 99

6/2006 Phelps Freestone Pinot $50
4/2010 Hundred Acre Cherry Pie $35
1/2009 Kosta Browne Gaps Crown $105
1/2009 Kosta Browne Kanzler $120
2/2010 Kosta Browne Rosella’s $105
1/2010 Kosta Browne Keefer $90

6/1998 Ch. Giscours $55
6/1999 Ch. Giscours $55
9/2003 Ch. Lucia $25
3/1985 Ch. Mouton Rothschild $375

1/2002 Prieur Clos Vougeot $165
7/2002 Magnien Charmes Chamb $105
4/2002 Lucien LeMoine Beau Mont $125.
1/1996 Roumier Bonnes Mares $975
1/1996 Vogue Bonnes Mares $300
3/2002 Vogue Musigny $725
3/2002 Anne Gros Richebourg $900



• Bottles are from two multi-thousand bottles cellars, one in southern California, the other is in North Carolina.
Patience Required: Please Do Not Partake Without It
Consider the NC offer as a winery pre-release Spring offer. Wines will be sent to northern California for reshipping via ground service during safe Spring temperatures, similar to winery releases. If you wish to get wine from the cellar faster, air freight charges will be necessary.
Wines will be retrieved from the southern California cellar two weeks after the sale and reshipped as rapidly as a one man operation and weather conditions will allow. Air freight from here may be necessary depending on your location and winter weather permitting.
Please PRIORITIZE your wine requests in order of desirablility. The chronology of order requests will influence purchase success as well. Unfortunately, there are many very limited listings.
Pricing is mostly below Wine Searcher’s low retail.
• The NC cellar listings were provided by the owner two weeks ago. The California cellar listings were based on an inventory I did last Spring. The exact number of bottles have not been verified at this time, so a limited number listings may not be accurate. All bottles are anticipated to have neck to vts fills(older bottles only).
• These offers are comprised of mostly mature, ready to drink bottles coming from 55 degree store which are more youthful than most others in the market
• I sold a large percentage of the wines to these gentlemen. Some of the wines were purchased by the owners directly from the wineries. The Burgundies, if not purchased from me, are from an established fine wine source.


Ordering:
• Please submit your order and info requests to vinoscape@gmail.com.
• For simplicity, please order by item number
• I will acknowledge orders by Tuesday eve.
• As per the above introduction (mandatory to understand this sale), with the CA cellar, there will be a two week delay to inspect each bottle and to report unexpected bottle issues and inventory inaccuracy updates in this cellar.
• Some unsold bottles will be offered again at reduced pricing. Please look for that list, Round 2, on this thread on Wednesday.
• Pay Pal is my preferred payment method. Credit/debit cards, or payment via check are alternatives.


North Carolina Cellar wines Item 100's & 200's
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California Cellar wines Item 300's & 400's
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PDF Version of the Offered Wines
BDIX - Sheet1.pdf
Last edited by Richard Albert on January 31st, 2018, 11:07 am, edited 5 times in total.
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#2 Post by brigcampbell » January 27th, 2018, 10:23 am

Guys, you know Richard. He brought you the UC Davis Curators Cellar last year. That was amazing, I think everyone would give 2 thumbs up on that offer. C Fu? He tried to buy the entire offer!

Two cellars this year from Richard. Enjoy!

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#3 Post by Anton D » January 27th, 2018, 10:32 am

brigcampbell wrote:Guys, you know Richard. He brought you the UC Davis Curators Cellar last year. That was amazing, I think everyone would give 2 thumbs up on that offer. C Fu? He tried to buy the entire offer!

Two cellars this year from Richard. Enjoy!
I tried not to be overly greedy and put in for my top three.

If there is any lag of interest, post what's left and I will keep going!

(That's my safe word: keep going.) champagne.gif
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#4 Post by Anton D » January 27th, 2018, 5:42 pm

If no one has gone for the Meo Macumzet, I would be more than happy to add that.
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