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Heritage Fine Wines Sale – the sequel rates even better
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On Thursday, 25 October, leading online auction house GraysOnline launched the second sale of over 107,000 quality Australian wines from collapsed wine investment company Heritage Fine Wines.
The receiver and manager, Nicholas Crouch of Crouch Insolvency values the cache at $5 million though through GraysOnline, every single bottle will be offered unreserved with a starting price of $9.
Following the outstanding success of the first Heritage Fine Wine Sale in June 2007, GraysOnline is thrilled to be hosting the second and final sale.
“This is an incredible opportunity for anyone with a penchant for fine wine. Anyone looking to invest in premium wines for the cellar will be in their element when the sale goes live at 7am on Thursday October 25th,” director of GraysOnline, Mark Kehoe, Director of GraysOnline said.
“GraysOnline is now the largest online seller of wine with more than 37,000 cases a month going through at online auction. This is one of the key reasons the receiver and managers of Heritage chose us for one of the biggest single sales of wine in Australian history.”
The GraysOnline sale includes multiple vintages of Penfolds Grange, such as the superb ‘Bin 95’ vintage from 1996 and 1998; and wines from collectable wineries such as Wirra Wirra, Kilikanoon, Mount Langi and many other Australian icons.