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The beautifully curated 2021 May Live-Streaming Sale offered enthusiastic bidders a chance to own some of the finest and most sought-after bottles seldom available on the market today.


(Hong Kong, 15 May 2021) Madison Auction realized a total sale value of over HK$18,000,000 against an estimated HK$14,000,000 in their 2021 May Live-Streaming fine wine sale.

The live-streaming fine wine auction which took place on Saturday, 15 May in Hong Kong, consisted of 194 lots of wonderfully rare wines of exceptional provenance. Highlights included 29 lots of Bordeaux, selling at an average hammer price of 106,321 per lot; an astounding 112 lots of Burgundy, garnering an average of 77,973 per lot at the hammer and 20 fantastic whiskies selling at an average price of 268,152 per lot.

The sale featured an extraordinary selection of bottles consigned directly from the cellars of Château Léoville-Las Cases, including the rare new Collection Miroir – Millésimes Secrets Case. Enthusiastic connoisseurs vied actively for the bottles, resulting in 60% of these precious lots hammering above the high estimate.


Lot 46 – Château Léoville-Las Cases Collection (6)
Miroir – Millésimes Secrets Case #8
Est.| HK$35,000 – HK$50,000
Selling Price | HK$79,625


Lot 48 – 1982 Château Léoville-Las Cases
Saint Julien 2eme Cru Classé (Jeroboam)
Est. | HK$60,000 – HK$85,000
Selling Price | HK$ 122,500

Burgundy remains extremely popular with our audience, with bottles from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, Henri Jayer, Christophe Roumier and dʼAuvenay selling past their high estimate values.


Lot 129 – 2006 Domaine d’Auvenay
Puligny-Montrachet 1er Cru, Les Folatières (6)
Est. | HK$80,000 – HK$120,000
Selling Price | HKD183,750


Lot 61 – 2007 Domaine Christophe Roumier
Ruchottes-Chambertin Grand Cru (12)
Est. | HK$35,000 – HK$55,000
Selling Price | HK$85,750


Lot 73 – 2005 Domaine de la Romanée Conti La Tâche Grand Cru (6)
Est. | HK$220,000 – HK$350,000
Selling Price | HK$367,500


Lot 146 – 1999 Henri Jayer for Georges Jayer
Échézeaux Grand Cru (6)
Est. | HK$260,000 – HK$400,000
Selling Price | HK$428,750

Macallan Fine and Rare stole the show in the spirits offering, as expected, with more than half of the 13 lots on offer hammering above the high estimate – most notably so, 1946 Macallan Fine and Rare 56-Year-Old (lot 191) which sold for HK$490,000 against a low estimate of HK$240,000.


Lot 191 – 1946 Macallan Fine and Rare 56-Year-Old (1)
Est. |  HK$240,000–HK$350,000
Selling Price |  HK$490,000


Lot 189 – 1948 Macallan Fine and Rare 53-Year-Old (1)
Est. | HK$220,000 – HK$320,000
Selling Price |  HK$465,500

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