Complete sale and pricing information on the most collectible wines sold at auction. The figures are updated quarterly to reflect new averages, highs and lows and other trends.
|1. Aldo Conterno||Barolo Granbussia Riserva||1971||750 ml.|
|2. Armand Rousseau||Chambertin-Clos de Bèze||1971||750 ml.|
|3. Bartolo Mascarello||Barolo Cantina||1971||750 ml.|
|4. Bouchard Père & Fils||Chevalier-Montrachet||1971||750 ml.|
|5. Bruno Giacosa||Barolo Arione di Serralunga d'Alba||1971||750 ml.|
|6. Bruno Giacosa||Barolo Le Rocche del Falletto Riserva||1971||750 ml.|
|7. Camille Giroud||Charmes-Chambertin||1971||750 ml.|
|8. Camille Giroud||Clos Vougeot||1971||750 ml.|
|9. Camille Giroud||Grands Echezeaux||1971||750 ml.|
|10. Château Cheval-Blanc||St.-Emilion||1971||750 ml.|
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