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Bid on this bottle of 1962 Chateau Filhot Dry Sauternes. From the winery: "The Château Filhot was fonded in 1709 by Romain de FILHOT and is now owned and managed by one of his descendants: count Henri de Vaucelles. The estate covers an area of 350 hectares with 62 hectares of vineyard all along the south of the Sauternes village in the Sauternes appellation. The vineyard was awarded the ‘Second Cru Classification’ according to the 1855 official classification suggested to Napoleon III by the Negociants and the Chamber of Commerce of Bordeaux. From then on the wine Chateau Filhot was universally diffused under the name of Chateau Sauternes until the end of the 19th century. The estate was given back the title of Chateau Filhot in 1901. In 1935, the Countess Durieu de Lacarelle, born Lur-Saluces, bought the vineyard from her brother. Her son, Louis Durieu de Lacarelle restored and expanded the vineyard until the 1970s. One of the Countess Durieu de Lacarelle’s daughters married the Count
Starting Bid: $100.00