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Chance to stock up your wine cellar at Norfolk auction

A selection of wines going under the hammer. Picture: Andy Newman

A selection of wines going under the hammer. Picture: Andy Newman

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A cellar comprising several hundred bottles of top-quality vintage wine will go under the hammer as part of a three-day sale.

Top-name Champagnes, clarets, Burgundies, Ports and sweet wines are among the collection amassed by a Blickling couple over several years.

The couple are relocating to London, and are putting the whole cellar up for auction.

Among the hundreds of cases and bottles on offer are vintage Champagnes including Krug 1990, Dom Perignon 1996, Cristal 1996 and Bollinger Grande Année 2002.

Paul Goodley, fine wine expert at Keys’ auctioneers in Aylsham, said: “This is a well-chosen and properly stored cellar, the like of which seldom comes up for auction. It is the collection of a real enthusiast who has picked top wines and good vintages with care. It’s a great chance for wine-lovers to pick up some rare bottles for their own cellars.”

The auction is on Thursday, July 26. See www.keysauctions.co.uk


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