‘The sale was led by Romanée Conti 1990 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, with three 12-bottle lots selling for HK$2,728,000 / US$347,520 each’
I first mentioned this three-day sale at the end of January – it completed over the weekend, and, as expected, lots of dollars were spent.
Coche-Dury was the largest domaine represented with over 600 individual lots, and whilst they hardly feature in the headlines of the sale, the prices for their wines also far exceeded the pre-sale estimates. To quote Sotheby’s:
“…three-day sale of Tran-scend-ent Wines concluded with a grand total of HK$233,582,518 / US$29,756,077, far surpassing its pre-sale low estimate of HK$147 million / US$19 million, and with 98% of lots sold.”
Too late! I bet you forgot to put it in your agenda – eh?
There is one response to “‘tran-scend-ent’ prices”
Damn, really fancied some of that ‘cheap’ Coche !