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Chateau Bellevue Mondotte $599.97, d'Yquem Sauternes 2006 $899.97, La Mission Haut-Brion 2009 $1299.97 Shipped @ Costco (Member)

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Wine collection at Costco while stocks last.

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Chateau Bellevue Mondotte Grand Cru Classe 750ml $599.97
https://www.costco.com.au/Wine-Spirits/Wine/Red-Wine/Chateau...
Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes 2006 750ml $899.97
https://www.costco.com.au/Wine-Spirits/Wine/White-Wine/Chate...
Chateau La Mission Haut-Brion 2009 750ml $1299.97
https://www.costco.com.au/Wine-Spirits/Wine/Red-Wine/Chateau...

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  • +9

    This is it, this is the deal I've been waiting for all year. Thanks OP, I've bought 10 of each.

    • +2

      Most people usually buy in dozens for wine, instead of 10…

      • +1

        10 cases of each mate. Get with it.

  • +1

    Chateau d'Yquem Sauternes 2006 750ml $899.97

    I'm sure it's a cracker - however if you want to save around $835 here's a rather good alternative Botrytis Semillon

    • Didn't realize that they still did this in 750ml bottles. 375ml is better for us.

      • +2

        You can get the 375 ml Noble One, in store, for $25 a bottle.

    • +1

      Agree that the Noble One is lovely. I also really like Brown Bros Noble riesling. I will also note that many years ago I went halves in a bottle of d'yquem at auction. Cost $80 for a 750ml bottle, so $40 each….. it was a few years ago, but still seemed a lot. However. By gum it still is up there with the best wine I have ever had.

      Is it worth the money? Only if you can afford it. Personally I doubt I will ever buy another bottle. Why does it cost so much? Well that is a very good question for a lot of wine, but there is an insane amount of manual effort involved with this - they pick each grape individually for example…..

      FWIW If you look around you can get a half bottle of something with some age for under $400. https://www.winesquare.com.au/2008-ch-d-yquem-sauternes-bord...

      • We got to taste some 50 year old Muscat at All Saints and it was liquid gold. It was part of a vertical tasting of Muscat’s and cost us $5 for tasting four different aged Muscats.

        We also had a friend who has shared a few Granges with us over the years. He was buying them for, roughly, $25 a bottle back when they were released. It is fun but I’m happy to go quaffers for “often” and mid range for friends.

      • If you like sweet wines you'll never go wrong spending ten to fifteen bucks on Brown Bros. It's not great but it's always exactly what you expect and it's always good enough.

  • +2

    I'll wait for la Romanée-Conti offers (:

    • Échezeaux! FTW.

    • Would be nice but they don't even stock DRC's.

  • I'm not a wine drinker, any Yamazaki 55 years old deal?

  • This has got to be too goon to be true!

  • The top of the range is $300 more at Dan Murphys, it's also a top year for the wine being rated at 100.

    Very collectable, and basically sold out everywhere.

    Current vintage is $650-750 tho.

  • Thanks op. Bought 2.

  • Is this on the right thread? Hmm knowing our contributors, this may not be a bargain. Cleanskins would give these guys a run.🤣