100/100 points, Robert Parker (The wine advocate)
100/100 points, Jeff Leve (The wine cellar insider)
100/100 points, Antonio Galloni (Vinous)
100/100 points, Tom Cannavan (Wine pages)
100/100 points, Neil Martin (Wine Journal)
One rare and unique, 1989 MAGNUM of Chateau Haut Brion, conserved in mint condition. The highest aggregated scoring vintage Haut Brion ever produced, and an icon for Bordeaux's history.
Robert Parker, Hedonist Gazette, November 2005:
Undeniably one of the greatest wines made in Bordeaux in the last 25 years is the 1989 Haut Brion. Jean Delmas gave a touching speech about how, in his lifetime, he had never produced such a wine, and it was literally off the charts. He made the point of saying that all the greatest vintages of Bordeaux drink well young, yet have such remarkable balance/equilibrium that they can age for decades. The 1989 is beginning to reveal hints of secondary nuances, but it is so sensuous, rich, opulent, and super-concentrated as to be almost unimaginable. Drink 2005-2030.
Kept in temperature and humidity controlled cellar.
Any import costs are entirely the buyer's responsibility. By bidding, the buyer understands that bottles can leak during transportation, and be affected by heat or other transport conditions. No returns accepted.
- Red wine
- Producer, Name of wine
- Chateau Haut Brion
- 1er Grand Cru Classé
- Number of bottles
- Bottle size
- Magnum (1.5L)
- Fill Level
- Bordeaux bottle type, very top shoulder fill level
- Critic Score
- 100/100 points, Robert Parker