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Bid for Better Online: Bordeaux for Napa & Sonoma

January 30, 2018, 12:00 PM EST | New York, NY, US    Timed Auction

Lot 71: CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT 2010 | 1 IMP (6L)

CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT 2010 | 1 IMP (6L)
Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000
    Description: Château Troplong Mondot 2010
    St. Emilion, 1er Grand Cru Classé (B)
    1 imperial - 6 litres, Generously donated by Château Troplong Mondot, excellent appearance, wax capsule. Winery Tasting Note: Rich nose, complex with notes of black fruits, mentholated nuances, smoky and liquorice notes. Powerful mouth, concentrated, full-bodied, with rich and velvety tannins. Long and generous finish. A great wine to keep.

    In 2014, very chocolate and spice and terribly 'sweet'. Serena Sutcliffe, MW WA 99

    1 imperial - 6 litres (cn)

    Estimates are per lot
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SHIPPING / COLLECTION / STORAGE FORM
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Shipments and collections will only be arranged after this form has been received by Sotheby's Wine from the buyer and release documents have been received from Sotheby's. Please allow 3-5 business days following the receipt of these documents to prepare your order.

For Clients Arranging Collection
Buyers acknowledge that they are responsible for arranging collection of their purchases from Sotheby's Wine. Buyers understand that they are the owner and shipper of record and any claims for damage or loss in shipment, for whatever cause, are between the buyer and the carrier they have selected. All outstanding invoices must be prepaid. By signing the form buyers authorize that all charges related to their collection may be applied to their credit card and that they accept the conditions as outlined in the Conditions of Sale, acknowledgements and Location, Storage and Delivery of Wine section of the e-catalogue.

Please Note:
1) Depending on destination and individual state regulations, certain methods of delivery are not possible. If your requested delivery option is not available, Sotheby's Wine will contact you.
2) Buyer acknowledges that title passes at the fall of the hammer, as set forth in Paragraph 8 of the Conditions of Sale, subject to fulfilment of all the conditions set forth therein.
3) Buyer acknowledges and agrees to be responsible for all applicable excise, use and sales taxes related to the purchase of these wines.
4) Property will not be released to the shipper until all applicable taxes, permits, licenses and storage fees have been received.
5) The buyer authorizes Sotheby's Wine to choose a common carrier on behalf of the purchaser which will act as the purchaser's agent.
6) Most states regulate the shipment of wine into their state. We urge you to investigate your state's regulations before shipping or arranging to ship wine to your state. Buyer acknowledges that he/she is responsible for complying with such state laws.
7) Buyer warrants that he/she is at least 21 years of age. Buyer shall be responsible for the shipment of these wines being received by a person at least 21 years of age or over.
8) All sales of spirits or liquor must be collected by the purchaser or the purchaser's agent from our premises, as Sotheby's does not ship spirits or liquor out of New York State. However, we can arrange shipments of spirits and liquor within New York State. Additionally, New York State sales tax is payable on the purchase price.
All shipments and collections must be prepaid. By signing, buyers authorize that all charges for their delivery may be applied to their credit card and that they accept the conditions as outlined in the Conditions of Sale, all acknowledgements on this page and Location, Storage and Delivery of Wine section of the e-catalogue.
NOTE: Neither Sotheby's nor Sotheby's Wine is responsible for any acts or omission of any shipper, including, without limitation, any packing, shipping, delivery or insurance for purchased lots. All enquiries relating to delivery should be directed to Kathleen Drake at
+1 212 606 7444.

LOCATION, STORAGE AND DELIVERY OF WINES
General Delivery
Once payment has been received by Sotheby's and the Release Form has been issued to Sotheby's Wine, the wines may be delivered according to the instructions provided by the purchaser on the Sotheby's Wine Delivery and Collection Instructions Form. Shipment of wine poses inherent risk of damage, particularly of older wines, and risk of damage or loss in transit are at the sole risk of the purchaser.

Please note that Sotheby's does not ship wine to purchasers. Sotheby's will forward to Sotheby's Wine all delivery and collection requests received from purchasers. On behalf of the purchaser, Sotheby's Wine will arrange shipping or schedule a collection, subject to applicable law. Sotheby's Wine will assess a repacking fee of $15.00 per case (or part case) of 750ml bottles. All shipping and insurance costs and expenses must be pre-paid. Service charges on shipments will not exceed 10%. A lot or invoice can only be delivered to one address (it is not possible to split a lot or invoice for delivery to more than one address).

Delivery within the United States
Please be advised that most states regulate the shipment of wine into their state. We urge you to investigate your state's regulations before bidding or arranging for shipment of wine into your state. Bidders are also reminded that various states impose limitations on the quantity of alcoholic beverages which may be purchased and brought into its jurisdiction by a purchaser from another state. Certain states do not permit any direct shipments of alcoholic beverages while other states require the purchaser, a consignor, shipper or other entity to possess certain licenses or permits. Neither Sotheby's nor Sotheby's Wine shall as a condition to sale assume any obligation nor bear any responsibility whatsoever for applying for or obtaining any permits or licenses. Therefore, all bidders are strongly advised to investigate the specific requirements to determine the manner in which alcoholic beverages shall be brought into their state so as to comply with all local regulations. Sotheby's Wine and Sotheby's make no representation to the legal rights of anyone to ship or import alcoholic beverages into any state. Wines may be sold and delivered only to persons who are 21 years old.

Sotheby's Wine is not responsible for any damage or loss in shipping. For all wines that are collected from Sotheby's Wine, all lots are sold in New York State and title passes to the buyer in New York State. All sales are subject to applicable taxes.

Delivery for all lots in the United States, purchasers will be charged a non-refundable property management fee at a rate of 1% of the purchase price for all domestic shipments arranged on a Sotheby's Wine account. Such fee covers property handling, property administration, and bearing liability for loss or damage to Property in our possession. We urge you to note that Sotheby's and Sotheby's Wine will only be liable for breakage or loss during transit. All packages must be inspected upon receipt and breakage or loss reported to Sotheby's Wine immediately upon delivery of the property. Sotheby's Wine will not refund any shipping charges, packing charges, or fees.

Shipping to Hong Kong
Sotheby's is delighted to offer bi-annual shipping to Hong Kong in January and July based on the following arrangements:
• All invoices must be paid and complete delivery instructions, including final destination, must be received by December 16th and June 16th.
• Wines will be shipped by dedicated temperature controlled ocean container to Crown Wine Cellars.
• The Shipments will leave the United States in January and July and wines will arrive at Crown Wine Cellars in March and August. Please note these dates are subject to change and Sotheby's will not guarantee arrival dates.
• Sotheby's will not be responsible for local delivery costs which must be paid directly to Crown Wine Cellars
• Please note you many not ship partial invoices.

For more information contact Kathleen Drake at +1 212 606 7444

Delivery outside of the United States
Sotheby's Wine will assist you in making arrangements for delivery of purchases outside of the United States, although Sotheby's Wine shall not have any liability or responsibility for providing this information. The purchaser will be responsible for shipping and insurance expenses and obtaining appropriate licenses to import or export wines. If you have any questions or wish further information, please contact Kathleen Drake at +1 212 606 7444.

Storage
Complimentary storage for wine purchased in this sale will be available at the warehouse for a period of 45 days following the auction. Beyond this point, Sotheby's Wine will assess storage charges as outlined in paragraph 8 of the Conditions of Sale. Long term, temperature and humidity controlled storage for your wines can be arranged through Western Carriers. Please call Kathleen Drake at +1 212 606 7444, for current rates.

NOTE: Neither Sotheby's nor Sotheby's Wine is responsible for any acts or omission of any shipper, including, without limitation, any packing, shipping, delivery or insurance for purchased lots. All enquiries relating to delivery should be directed to Kathleen Drake at
+1 212 606 7444.

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Lot 71: CHATEAU TROPLONG MONDOT 2010 | 1 IMP (6L)
Bid for Better Online: Bordeaux for Napa & Sonoma
January 30, 2018, 12:00 PM EST