20 October 2016
Château Haut-Brion 1964
Pessac (Graves), 1er cru classé
Two corroded capsules. Slightly bin-soiled labels, two faded. Four with Saccone & Speed slip-labels. Levels: six 3cms or better, four 4cms
Tasting note: Fairly mature with tawny-orange rim; earthy, ‘ashy’; very rich, smooth, delicious to drink. A very good ’64. Last tasted Dec 2006 **** M.B.
10 bottles per lot
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