- 1988 Château Capet Guillier, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru (2).
- 1983 Château Haut-Plantey, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru (4).
- Saint-Emilion Grand Cru wines are produced under slightly tighter production restrictions than regular Saint-Emilion wines. As with other Grand Cru appellations, the intention behind this is to improve the quality, and to distinguish the area's finer wines from the more everyday wines.
AOC Saint-émilion-Grand-Cru covers the same appellation area as Saint-Emilion and is located in Libournais on the right bank of the Dordogne. The production conditions are more stringent than those of the Saint-Emilion AOC: a yield limited to 40hl / ha and a compulsory 12 months breeding.
Saint-émilion-Grand-Cru covers 4,030 ha of calcareous, clay-loamy and sandy soils. Merlot dominates the blends of this AOC, but Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon are also vinified. Saint-émilion-Grand-Cru produces 150 291 hl of red wines each year.
- Mixed lot
- Red wine
- Producer, Name of wine
- 1988 Château Capet Guillier , St-Emilion GC (2) & 1983 Château Haut-Plantey, St-Emilion GC (4)
- Grand Cru
- Number of bottles
- Bottle size
- Bottles (0.75L)
- Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion
- Label Condition
- Fully intact, readable label
- Capsule/Cork condition
- Fully intact metal capsule