At the Falstaff wine auction, wine lovers can choose from 593 lots until 7. April. In cooperation with Dorotheum, one can bid on wine legends such as Lafite or Mouton Rothschild. From rare wines to champagne, whiskey and cognac, there is the right bottle for every collector.
Assets for every taste
This Easter the Falstaff wine auction gives the opportunity to delight ones by buying special wines and spirits. The line-up of the Falstaff wine auction in cooperation with the Vienna Dorotheum can even surpass the sensationally high level of the auction at the beginning of the year. Historic wine icons, that can no longer be bought in stores, are auctioned here to connoisseurs and collectors who know the true value of such a precious bottle.
“The world market has been in motion since the outbreak of the pandemic. Whether rare collector’s items as an investment, a rare vintage champagne to help against Covid-19 frustration or a special whiskey as an Easter gift: the Falstaff wine auction stocks fantastic rarities at fair market prices the hammer “Falstaff editor Wolfgang M. Rosam
The rare wines are a profitable investment for collectors who want to upgrade their wine cellar with special bottles.
“There is the right bottle for every taste. Some of them with very interesting histories from longstanding family ownership”Falstaff editor Wolfgang M. Rosam
From rare wines to vintage champagne
For the Easter auction, 593 lots from more than 1,000 entries were approved. All rarities were examined, rated and priced in by the Falstaff wine experts.
Three bottles of “1986 Château Lafite-Rothschild, Premier Grand Cru Classé” will be auctioned. One of the highlights of the auction are the ten bottles of “1986 Château Mouton Rothschild, Premier Grand Cru Classé” which have always been stored in the original wooden box.
This time the Falstaff auction does not only specialize in rare wines, spirits such as whiskey, champagne and cognac also find their place in this auction.
Liquor lovers will get a taste for a “Rémy Martin Cognac Grande Champagne Louis XIII” in a fine carafe from Baccarat. A 32-year-old “Laphroaig Single Malt Islay Whiskey” autographed by John Campbell on the occasion of the 200th distillery anniversary is also going up for auction. Friends of sparkling pleasure can bid for a “2000 Champagne Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé Brut” among other things.
The Falstaff wine auction
At the Falstaff wine auction at the beginning of the year, all 400 lots were auctioned, in some cases well above the estimated price. As the most expensive single bottle, a “1988 Domaine de la Romanée-Conti La Tâche Grand Cru” was auctioned for 3.200 euros. The “2014 The Duclot Bordeaux Collection Case” left the auction for an impressive 7.000 euros. Together with its partner, the Vienna Dorotheum, Falstaff developed into the leading provider of wine auctions in German-speaking region.
All information about the Falstaff wine auction in cooperation with Dorotheum can be found online at falstaff.com/osterauktion. Bids can be placed in the online auction up to April 7. 2021
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