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CHAMPAGNE BOËRL & KROFF 2002 Magnum

Probably the world’s rarest and most exclusive champagne!

In the Fifties, the production of these three parcels was dedicated to the production of an elegant cuvee specially appreciated by the Charles de Gaulle family. A wine often served at the General’s private dinners at the Elysée Palace.

The first magnum of the unclassifiable Champagne Boërl & Kroff was produced in 1995. Hand selected berries of Pinot Noir from “Les Egrillées” and “Montouillet”. State of the art vinification; gentle and protective, was applied to preserve the unique quality and expression of the fruit.

‘‘Subscription Period’’ ends on December 15th at 5 p.m.

 
 

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Montes Folly

The best terroir and "savoir faire"

Montes was established in 1988 by Aurelio Montes, Douglas Murray, Alfredo Vidaurre and Pedro Grand, with the aim to produce the best wines in Chile from the best regions... The beautiful vineyards are located in one of the best terroirs in the area, Apalta. Its unique characteristics and location, allow a mild exposure to the sun of the vines, which contributes to a slow, although more complete maturation of the grapes.

‘‘Subscription Period’’ ends on November 4th, 2019 at 5 p.m. GMT

 
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Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 1911

A centennial moscatel that exceeds all expectations

José Maria da Fonseca is the oldest and one of the most prestigious wineries in Portugal. To celebrates the company´s 180th anniversary, Domingos Soares Franco, the chief winemaker, decided to launch this special edition, that had been aging in wooden casks for over 100 years. The Moscatel de Setúbal Superior 1911 is a tribute to the company´s unique heritage, of which only 180 units were produced.

‘‘Subscription Period’’ ends on November 4th, 2019 at 5 p.m. GMT

 
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Chateau Coutet Cuvée Émeri 2016

In the early 2000s at Chateau Coutet, buried underground in the cellar, was found a glass bottle, still full of wine and sealed with a heart-shaped glass stopper. Experts dated its origin to circa 1750, making it the oldest unbroken and full bottle of wine ever found in Saint-Emilion. The wine level inside the bottle is as high as it was when bottled some 270 years ago, and the beverage still looks surprisingly vibrant and red.

‘‘Subscription Period’’ ends on October 15th, 2019 at 5 p.m. GMT

 
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José Maria da Fonseca - Moscatel Roxo de SETÚBAL 1918

José Maria da Fonseca is the oldest and one of the most prestigious wineries in Portugal producing table wines and Setubal Moscatel. Throughout its history, currently already in its seventh generation, the company has been able to preserve a precious heritage, and produce unique wines like the Moscatel Roxo from 1918. Classified with the highest quality distinction, the noble superior category.

IBO closed | Traded in market

 
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QUINTA DO Vallado - Adelaide Douro 2014

The Quinta do Vallado Adelaide Douro Red is the top red wine produced by Quinta do Vallado, only declared in exceptional years. This magnificent wine was produced from a small vineyard discovered by the grandsons in 1999, on one of their trips exploring the Douro and its tributaries.

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QUINTA DO Vallado - ABF 1888

The Quinta do Vallado Port Wine ABF 1888 was aged for over 120 years and bottled in 2016 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Quinta do Vallado. Only 933 bottles were produced and from those 150 have been allocated for investment purpose at Alti Wine Exchange. Each bottle is numbered and packaged in a unique case of solid walnut wood created specifically for this wine by the design company Woodscience. Each of the bottles includes a crystal decanter, manually glass blown by Atlantis, Portugal.

IBO closed | Traded in market

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CHAMPAGNE BOËRL & KROFF 2002 Magnum

Probably the world’s rarest and most exclusive champagne!