Zachys オークション in ニューヨーク

2016年9月22日、23日 に、Zachys オークション in ニューヨーク が開催されました。


ニューヨークで開催されたZachysワインオークション 落札率99%!落札総額は 720万ドルに。9月中に開催されたZachysワインオークションの落札総額は1300万ドル達成!


9月のZachysワインオークションでは、1900ロットのワインが出品され、香港で開催されたワインオークション “The Vault Part I”の 落札率 は 100%、つまり出品された全てのワインが落札されました。そして22日、23日の2日間にわたりニューヨークで開催されたZachysワインオークションでは、99%のワインが落札されました。次回は、3週間後の10月15日。ニューヨークのLe Bernardin にてZachysワインオークション”The Vault Part II”が開催されます。驚くべきことに29つのロットは$20,000ドル以上、10つのロットは $40,000ドル以上で落札され、そのうちの1つはUS$140,000ドルを超える価格で落札されました。今回の高額落札ワインのトップ10位をごらんください。




Zachys New York Auction 99% sold at US$7.2m

– Over US$13m of wine sold by Zachys Auctions in September!

Zachys’ first New York auction of the fall season was a smashing success with US$7.2m realized. Zachys audaciously brought over 1900 lots to the block only two weeks after the mammoth, 100% sold The Vault Part I auction in Hong Kong, and only three weeks before the October 15th The Vault Part II auction at Le Bernardin in New York City. But no matter—with the finest and rarest of the world for sale, 99% of the lots on offer found a buyer in the packed sale room. Prices were strong across the board, and even though Zachys doesn’t keep track of “world records,” there were surely a few. An astonishing 29 lots realized over $20,000, 10 of those realizing over $40,000, and one over $140,000.

The 1961s from a longtime friend of Zachys ruled the day. 8 of the “Top 10” were ‘61s, with a12-bottle case of Pétrus blowing past its pre-sale high estimate of $110,000 to sell for $140,875 the highest price ever paid for a “non-OWC” case of the wine. The Pétrus was followed by 3 cases of 1961 Latour, one at $51,450 and two at $49,000, then a case and 5 magnums of 1961 La Mission Haut-Brion selling for $49,000 each. Last but not least, an additional 2 cases of 1961 Latour, both realized $44,000.

The top Burgundy lot of the day was 6 magnums of 1985 La Tâche which realized $44,100,and a case of 2002 Domaine Leroy Romanée-St.-Vivant wasn’t far behind at $34,300, well over its pre-sale high estimate of $30,000. Several other wines blew through their pre-sale estimates, including 4 bottles of Schrader RBS Beckstoffer To Kalon Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 ($3920) (Zachys is the undisputed king of Schrader), two bottles of La Tâche Domaine de la Romanée Conti 1961 ($7350), and three bottles of Barolo Monprivato Giuseppe Mauro Mascarello 1989 direct from the private cellar of Giuseppe Mascarello ($3920).

Despite UN week, over 25% of the sold lots went to wine lovers seated at Smith & Wollensky for the auction, some of whom had flown in just for the two day event. Bidders logged on from all over the world to bid on Zachys live, while phone bidding was robust as well. What’s more, a full 25% of lots sold at or above their pre-sale high estimate.

Jeff Zacharia, President of Zachys, commented, “We’re delighted with the results of our September Fine Wines & Spirits auction. UN week didn’t seem to slow anyone down—not only was the sale room packed, but bidders came from far and wide to bid on one of the greatest selection of ’61 Bordeaux to come to auction in recent memory. Between our multi-vendor success, The Vault, and a special Bordeaux-direct consignment coming up in December, Zachys is without a doubt the auction house of the year. Bordeaux and rare Burgundy were strong in general last week, which bodes well for our next auction, that is held three weeks from now at Le Bernardin Privé on October 15th.