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Sotheby's announces sale of magnificent wines from The Warren A. Stephens Collection, Part II
The auction will be the second sale from the cellar of the renowned Arkansas businessman, philanthropist, and wine connoisseur.

NEW YORK, NY.- On 20 September 2013 Sotheby’s New York will present a single owner sale of Magnificent Wines from the Warren A. Stephens Collection, Part II. The auction will be the second sale from the cellar of the renowned Arkansas businessman, philanthropist, and wine connoisseur. The wines on offer are drawn from the most celebrated producers in Bordeaux and Burgundy with a particular emphasis on large formats with 476-liter bottles in the sale as well as a wide selection of magnums, double-magnums and jeroboams. Overall, the sale is estimated to fetch in excess of $1 million and will be followed by the various owner Finest and Rarest Wines auction the following day.

Jamie Ritchie, CEO of Sotheby’s Wine Asia and Americas, commented: “We are delighted to have teamed up once again with Warren Stephens to open our New York season of auctions with a superb selection of wines from his cellars. The first half of 2013 was a great success for Sotheby’s Wine with many new bidders participating at the highest levels of our auctions in all three sales centers of New York, London, and Hong Kong. We look forward to presenting a wonderful range of outstanding Bordeaux and Burgundy from this magnificent collection to both new and established clients in September.”

Other single-owner wine sales already announced at Sotheby’s this autumn include – Only DRC -A Private Cellar Of Domaine De La Romanée-Conti on the 7th September in Hong Kong and Domaine Clarence Dillon: Wines Direct from the Cellars of Château Haut-Brion - Château Quintus - Château La Mission Haut- Brion on 4th October also in Hong Kong.


476-liter bottles in the sale including:

1982 Château Pétrus (est. $20/30,000)
1989 Château Lafleur ($6/9,000)
1982 Château Cheval Blanc (est. $4/6,000)
1982 Château Ausone (est. $2,000/2,750)
1976 Château Lafite (est. $1,800/2,500)
1989 Château Haut Brion ($8/11,000)
1982 Château Latour (est. $9,500/12,500)
1982 Château Margaux (est. $4/6,000)
1986 Château Mouton Rothschild (est. $5/7000)
1982 Château Pichon Lalande (est. $4,500/6,500)

9 vintages of Château Pétrus including 1982, 1989, and a case of 2000 (est. $25/ 35,000).


A wide selection from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti including a full case of 1999 Romanée-Conti (est. $125/175,000) and 4 vintages of La Tâche including a case of 1996 (est. $20/27,500).

Wines from Domaine Leroy include 6 bottles of 1962 Grands Echézeaux (est. $4/6,000), 3 bottles of 1996 Chambertin (est. $3,500/5,000), 12 bottles of 1996 Romanée St. Vivant (est. $9/12,000) and 3 bottles 1996 Musigny (est. $10/15,000).

While Henri Jayer is represented by 10 bottles of 1998 Vosne Romanée Cros Parantoux (est. $35/45,000).

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