• Timed auction of Wine, Port, Champagne & Whisky

    • Registration & Bidding opened: Saturday, 15th August 2020 from 11:00am
    • Bidding Closed: Thursday, 20th August 2020 from 7:01pm


    Bidding Starts to Close: Thursday 20th August from 6pm
    For Printable Catalogue, Click HERE

    Registration Deposit - A Deposit of £500 will need to be paid to participate in the Auction. Please note that all deposits are to be paid via Sagepay no deposits will be taken over the phone. Unsuccessful purchasers should note that refunds of deposits can take approximately 3 - 5 days.
    Tips on Bidding - Put in your highest bid you would be prepared to go to, at your earliest opportunity. When bidding, the system treats your bid differently depending on whether the seller has placed a reserve price on the lot. If your bid has the value up to or at the reserve, the bid will be taken at it's maximum to the reserve. If the lot has no reserve or if your bid is forced above the reserve by other bidders, then an increment table operates that the system follows, similar to other bidding platforms. For example: £2 increment up to £50; £5 increment up to £100; £10 increment up to £200; £20 increment up to £500; £25 increment up to £1000; £50 increment up to £10,000. A word to the wise – don’t wait until the last minute to bid, put your highest bid in as early as possible. You may pay less than your bid if you win. Bids cannot be withdrawn at any time, during or after the auction. All bids are contractually binding. Winning bidders will be emailed on the next working day after the auction. The Auctioneers may withdraw Lots at any time (see 3.2 Condition of Sale). If you are the successful bidder on one or more than one lot that is sold to you, provisionally or outright, the bids are binding and you cannot withdraw any bids - you will be liable for all lots sold to you.
    Invoicing and Payments - The sale will start to close from 6pm on Thursday 20th August, each lot will end 1 minute apart. If your bid wins, you must buy. Your bid on an auction is a legally binding contract. If, when time runs out, your bid is the highest, you have purchased the item and you must pay for it. Payment should be made Bank Transfer. Bidders will be contacted after the sale regarding provisional bids placed under reserve. All items must be paid for within 48 hours of invoicing. Your deposit will be lost if you fail to pay for a lot. Payment will be taken by bank transfer or debit card, terms will be sent with the email invoice.
    Buyers Fees & VAT - All Lots are subject to Buyers Premium of 17.5% + VAT. We have suspended supplementary online buyers’ fees, so you can buy through the timed auctions at no additional cost. Only sale prices and our standard buyers fees (buyers premium) will apply. The VAT status applied to the hammer price is shown in the lot description.
    Collection/Delivery of Purchases - Under the updated Covid-19 regulations imposed by Government, buyers may collect their own goods, under the following terms: .
    • Collection by appointment only.
    • Hand washing, wearing gloves and hand sanitising is essential when coming onto our sites.
    • Social distancing measures must be in place and adhered to (2 metre distancing).
    • Items that have been handled must be wiped down for collection.
    • The collection point for items will be outside and customers must not come into any buildings.
    • Items may be delivered by certified hauliers, which we will gladly help with and arrange for you. Quotes for transportation costs can be obtained by request.
    All collections and deliveries will be handled in a ‘contactless manner’, with vehicles undergoing monitored quarantine periods and cleaning of handles and main controls etc.
    • Storage: During the Government Isolation Period items can be stored with us free of charge. You will need to insure your goods from the point of purchase, by law. Haulier delivery and collection will be by quarantine appointment for essential business only.
    Storage - During the Government Isolation Period items can be stored with us free of charge. You will need to insure your goods from the point of purchase, by law.
    Items Sold Under Bond - Some lots are held under bond. All items purchased under bond are only available for transfer under bond to a buyer with a bond account. Bond transfers will be subject to a £1 per lot administration charge and any delivery charges will be passed on to the buyer after the sale. Brightwells can assist in setting up bond accounts for buyers if required.
    Abbreviations – The catalogue abbreviations you will find within lot descriptions are explained below:

    Labels & Foil:
    bsl: Bin Soiled
    cdl: Cellar Damaged
    slstl: Slight Stained Label
    disl: Disintegrated Label
    foil: Foil/Capsule Damaged

    Case Terms:
    nf: Not Filtered
    ib: in Bond
    oc: Original Carton
    owc: Original Wooden Case

    Wine Levels (Mirrington Level Indicator) :
    hf: High Fill
    in: Into Neck
    ts: Very Top Shoulder
    ts: Top Shoulder
    us: Upper Shoulder
    ms: Mid Shoulder
    ls: Low Shoulder
    bls: Below Low Shoulder


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  1. Lot 1300

    12 bottles of Chateau Cheval Blanc 2013 (in 2 x owc). No VAT

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  2. Lot 1301

    1 magnum of Chateau Lyonnat 1990 Lussac-Saint Emilion (in); 1 magnum of Chateau Guibot La Fourvieille 2000 Puisseguin Saint Emilion (in); 1 magnum of Chateau La Cardonne 1994

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  3. Lot 1302

    5 bottles of Chateau Cazabonne 2004 Graves; 2 bottles of Chateau Grand Moulin 1995 Pomerol (both in); 3 bottles of Chateau La Tour 1975 Medoc (all us, bsl, corrosion to capsules);

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  4. Lot 1303

    3 bottles of Chateau Fombrauge 1990 Saint Emilion Grand Cru (2 in, 1 vts); 2 bottles of Vieux Chateau Gaubert 2000 Graves (both in). 1 bottle of Chateau Grand-Puy-Ducasse 1975

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  5. Lot 1304

    1 bottle of Chateau L'Evangile 1987 Pomerol (vts, bsl); 8 bottles of Chateau Reynier 2010 Bordeaux; 2 bottles of Chateau Reynier 2009 Bordeaux. 11 bottles in total. No VAT

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  6. Lot 1305

    1 bottle of Chateau Teyssier 2000 Montagne Saint Emilion; 1 bottle of Chateau De La Riviere 1985 Fronsac (vts); 1 bottle of Chateau de Marbuzet 1981 Saint Estephe (in); 1 bottle

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  7. Lot 1306

    12 bottles of Chateau Beau-Site 2003 Saint Estephe (oc). No VAT

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  8. Lot 1307

    12 bottles of Chateau Beau-Site 2002 Saint Estephe (oc). No VAT

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  9. Lot 1308

    3 bottles of Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou 1981 Saint Julien (2 in, 1 vts with torn label). No VAT

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  10. Lot 1309

    2 bottles of Chateau Ducru Beaucaillou 1975 Saint Julien (both in). No VAT

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  11. Lot 1310

    1 magnum of Chateau Talbot 1983 Saint Julien, Cordier (in, slight corrosion to capsule, slight bsl). No VAT

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  12. Lot 1311

    1 magnum of Chateau Lafite Rothschild 1970 Pauillac (in, bsl and torn label). No VAT

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  13. Lot 1312

    1 magnum of Chateau Pichon Longueville Baron 1975 Pauillac (in, bsl). No VAT

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  14. Lot 1313

    6 bottles of Chateau Batailley 1987 Pauillac, selected and shipped by The Wine Society (all in, all with damp soiled, loose labels). No VAT

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  15. Lot 1314

    1 double magnum of Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande 1983 (owc) (vts, bsl with tears to label). No VAT

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  16. Lot 1315

    24 half bottles of Chateau Palmer 1990 (owc) (11 in, 7 vts, 4 ts, 2 us, all with loose, damp damaged labels). No VAT

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  17. Lot 1316

    1 bottle of Chateau Palmer 1983 Margaux, Gallaire & Fils (in, small scuffs to label). No VAT

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  18. Lot 1317

    1 bottle of Chateau Montrose 1970 L. Charmolue, Sichel (ts, slight bsl); 1 bottle of Chateau de Pez 1970 Saint Estephe (in, slight glue stained label). 2 bottles in total. No VAT

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  19. Lot 1318

    1 bottle of Grand Vin de Leoville du Marquis de Las Cases 1975 Saint Julien (in, bsl); 1 bottle of Chateau de Pez 1975 Saint Estephe (in, slight capsule damage). 2 bottles in

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  20. Lot 1319

    1 bottle of Chateau La Lagune 1982 Haut Medoc (vts) and 1 bottle of Chateau Leoville Barton 1985 Saint Julien (in). 2 bottles in total. No VAT

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