Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee Conti is one of the worlds most expensive bottles of burgundy and is highly sought after by wine collectors with deep pockets. DRC Romanee Conti is made in tiny volumes.
The appellation Romanee-Conti is only 4.5 acres in size, about 190 metres across and was planted way back in the 17th century. It is one of the smallest appellations in France. It’s neighbours include Richebourg, La Romanee, Romanee Saint Vivant and La Tache. It’s fair to say those vineyards are in good company.
The bottle on offer is from the 2009 vintage which was rated 95pts by Robert Parker and highly regarded by many. The 2009 DRC Romanee Conti has been rated 98Pts by Robert Parker, with a drinking window of 50 years or more.
The bottle of DRC Romanee Conti that is for sale was purchased from a very reputable wine company in Australia. This bottle was placed into climate control storage in Sydney, Australia immediately after purchase and remains there. It has not left the climate control storage at all. The current owner is the only owner of this bottle, he is the person who purchased it and it is in immaculate condition.
Please view the photos of the bottle that is for sale and direct any enquiries to [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as we can.