Wines and spirits

Whether you are an occasional wine lover or a confirmed expert, wines and spirits auctions will enable you to buy – by the bottle (magnums, jeroboams, etc.)
Or by the case – small-scale and fine wines such as premiers crus of bordeaux (châteaux d’yquem, lafite-rothschild and latou, and grands crus of burgundy (including chablis, côte de nuits and côte de beaune). An excellent way of acquiring old vintages that are hard to find in the stores, particularly selections of bottles of one of the great bordeaux wines, château pétrus.specialist wine merchants and private buyuers will find these online wines and spirits auctions an ideal way to refresh their cellars with bottles of wine, cases of prestige champagne (taittinger, louis roederer, etc.) And spirits.connoisseurs can find boxed cognacs, old rums from martinique and collectors' whiskies: the new eldorado for investors.
Did you know? The whisky market is now booming in europe, achieving sums at auction that go up to several million euros, largely ahead of other popular investments like wine or gold.

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LOT SOLD BY DESIGNATION - SPECIAL REMOVAL CONDITIONS. This lot is sold by designation. The bottles are not kept at the auction house. In order to take possession of them, an appointment will be proposed to you at the storage place once the adjudication slip has been paid. Only the bottles contained in this cellar constitute the present lot. Under no circumstances may the buyer move the bottle racks and decorative elements present in the cellar. All equipment required for removal (cardboard boxes, handling equipment, etc.) must be provided. Contents of a Semeyenne cellar of around 960 bottles, including red wines, five magnums, 46 bottles of white or sweet wine, 47 bottles of rosé wine, a few bottles of aperitifs or liqueurs (Risevalt, Pernod, Pineau des Charentes) and miscellaneous. Non-exhaustive list of bottles sorted by major wine-growing region: BOURGOGNE. Irancy, Dampt frères, 2012. Givry, René Bourgeon, 2009. Hautes-côtes de Beaune, domaine Dessauge, 2016. Hautes-côtes de Beaune, domaine Régis de Vallière, 2003. Epineuil, Dampt frères, 2016. Volnay, domaine Glantenay, 2016. Hautes-côtes de Beaune, Morin père et fils, 2018. Hautes-côtes de Beaune, domaine Gabriel Bouchard, 2007. Hautes-côtes de Beaune, Château de Mercey, 1990. BORDEAUX. Médoc, Château Vieux Robin, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999. Haut-Médoc, Château Hanteillant 1984. Lalande-de-Pomerol, Château Bechereau, magnum, 1998. Lussac-Saint-Émilion, domaine Roc de Lussac, 2000. Montagne-Saint-Émilion, domaine Roc de Montagne, 1998. Puisseguin-Saint-Émilion, Château la Croix Guillotin, 2000. Pessac-Léognan, Clémentin, 1996. Lalande-de-Pomerol, Château Beaulieu, 2004. Haut-Médoc, Château Julien, 1999. Moulis-en-Médoc, Château Chemin Royal, 1998. Côtes-de-Bourg, Château Haut Castenet, 2016. Lalande-de-Pomerol, Château Petit Goujon, 2016. Lalande-de-Pomerol, Château Saint-Jacques la Croix, 2015. Lussac-Saint-Émilion, Château Bonnin-Pichon, 2012. Pessac-Léognan, Domaine de Milan, 2012. Haut-Médoc, Château Citran, 1979. Médoc, Château Grand Combes, 1985. Sainte-Croix-du-Monts, domaine la Châtaigneraie, J. Donnadier, 1996. Sainte-Croix-du-Monts, Château Grand Dousprat, 1999. Sainte-Croix-du-Monts, Château Lamarque, 2000. VAL-DE-LOIRE. Sancerre, domaine La Gemière, Millet fils, 2001. Sancerre, domaine Tassin, 2006. Saumur-Champigny, domaine des Galmoises, 2020. Saumur-Champigny, domaine De la Perruche, le Chaumont 2018. Saumur-Champigny, domaine Filliatreau, 2011. Quinçy, domaine des Coudereaux 2013. COTES-DU-RHONE AND VALLEE DU RHONE. Côtes-du-Rhône, Domaine Barry, 2009. Julienas, Château de la Prat, 2006. Morgon, domaine de l'Oseraie, 2004. Côtes-du-Rhône, Sélection vieilles vignes, 2004. Mercurey, Celliers, Château de la Chaume, 2016. Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Carré des Pontifes, 2018. Crozes-Hermitage, domaine Belle, cuvée Louis Belle, 2016. Côtes-du-Rhône, Domaine de l'Espigouette, 2004. Côtes-du-Rhône village, domaine de Coriançon, 2004. Julienas, domaine des Avenets, 2003. Chiroubles, domaine Châtaigniers, Durand, 1996. SOUTH-WEST. Madiran, Tourlansay, s.m. Madiran, Maison Johanès Boubée, 2016. CHAMPAGNE. Veuve A.Devaux, brut, s.m. Two magnums, A. Fores et fils, brut, s.m. WINES OF THE WORLD : Douro Valley, Spain, Australia, Argentina, Italy and others. For all bottles, levels and label condition are not guaranteed. Some bottles present a level ranging from low neck to mid-shoulder, as well as stained or fragmented labels. The sale of this lot is by appointment, and the bottles are not kept at the auction house. In order to take possession of them, once the adjudication slip has been paid, an appointment will be proposed to you at the storage location. Only the bottles constitute the present lot. Under no circumstances may the buyer move the bottle racks and decorative elements present in the cellar. Please provide all the necessary equipment for removal (cardboard boxes, handling equipment, etc.). Lot subject to a reduced sales charge of 14.28% in addition to the auction price.

Estim. 200 - 400 EUR

BØRGE MOGENSEN (Denmark, 1914 – 1972). Three seated sofa for FREDERICIA FURNITURE. In light cognac coloured leather, model 2213. With black lasered legs. With label from Frederici Furniture. Leather with marks and spots. Measurements: 77 x 220 x 81 cm. 42 cm. (seat height). Børge Mogensen was one of the most prominent representatives of the generation of designers who gave rise to the concept of Danish design, today known throughout the world. He began his career as a cabinetmaker in 1934, and two years later he began his studies at the Copenhagen School of Arts and Crafts, where he had Kaare Klint as a teacher. He then entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, graduating as an architect in 1942. That same year he began working as design director for FDB, finally setting up on his own in 1950. Functional is the word that best describes Mogensen's design. ; Most of his creations were conceived for industrial production, and are characterized by solid and simple lines, studied in an almost scientific way to be as functional as possible. His clean, highly functional aesthetic resulted in affordable and practical designs, his favorite material being wood. The client portfolio for which he worked includes Fredericia Stolefabrik, Fritz Hansen and Søborg Møbelfabrik, among others. Notable projects include Spokeback Sofa (1945) and Spanish Chair (1959), as well as a variety of shelving and storage designs. He was honored with the Eckersberg Medal in 1950, the Copenhagen Woodworking Guild's annual award in 1953, and the C.F. Hansen Medal in 1972.

Estim. 3,000 - 3,500 EUR