‘Ultra-rare’ Olivier Bernstein jeroboam sells for £57,000

Cult Wines partnered with Olivier bernstein to offer the ‘ultra-rare’ jeroboam from the 2017 vintage via its new CultX digital trading platform. An auction hammer price of £57,000 ($69,000) was just under the pre-sale high estimate of £60,000. Cult Wines said the jeroboam set a new benchmark price for Romanée-St-Vivant grand cru and was sold for the equivalent of £14,250 per 75cl bottle – again demonstrating the strength of the market for high-end Burgundy wines. ‘Given the scarcity of top Burgundy wines it comes as no surprise that this jeroboam achieved such a staggering sum, putting it firmly in the company of iconic producers like Domaine Leroy and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti,’ said Tom Gearing, CEO and cofounder of Cult Wines. ‘Despite the [...] Voir l'article complet sur Decanter

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