bottle of Cantillon Gueuze 1978 (lot 215, $400 to $600) and a bottle of Cantillon Brabantić 1989 (lot 216, $400 to $600). Another standout from this producer is a Cantillon Don Quijote 2008 (lot 195, $1,200 to $1,800), one of just 240 bottles released.
Four-year verticals of Three Floyds Dark Lord (lot 218, $300 to $500) and of The Bruery’s Black Tuesday (lot 220, $400 to $600) round out this exciting presentation of fine ales.
Global Wine Collection
A meticulously curated collection spanning the globe includes wines from Champagne, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone, Mendoza, and Ribera del Duero, among others. This selection of excellent, young wines includes six bottles of Chateau Pavie 2005 (lot 237, $1,300 to $1,800) and four bottles of Catena Zapata Nicolas 2005 from Argentina (lot 312, $250 to $325). A blend of Cabernet and Malbec sourced from high-altitude vineyards, this impressive wine will continue to develop for several more years before realizing its full potential. A 12-bottle lot of Trimbach Cuvee Frederic Emile Riesling 2001 from Alsace (lot 287, $900 to $1,400) will also be offered.
On May 3rd, the bidding will commence for the online Fine Wines auction. From single bottles to verticals, outstanding values to rarities, beautiful dinner lots, and spirits, the online-only auction has something for everyone. Highlights include the elusive 23-Year Pappy Van Winkle's Family Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey (lot 897, $1,000 to $1,500), 12 half bottles of Roger Sabon Prestige Chateauneuf du Pape 2005 (lot 661, $150 to $250), and a two-bottle lot of Bollinger Grand Annee Rose 1996 (lot 400, $250 to $400).