2020 VDP Auction Results

2019 is a great and exciting year. Records were once again broken at the Trier and Bad Kreuznach VDP auctions in 2020, where the finest and rarest wines are offered.

Attendance was strictly controlled in Trier, and the Bad Kreuznach auction was virtual, but both could be followed online. There were some surprises: Egon Müller’s Scharzhofberger Spätlese sold for less than his Kabinett, and some magnums were a steal. In Trier, Willi Schaefer’s Domprobst Spätlese broke €100 for the first time, and in Bad Kreuznach, Keller’s Schubertslay Kabinett went for a whopping €700 per bottle. There was strong interest too in dry wines, with high prices achieved at both auctions for GGs.

Away from these elevated heights, there were some excellent bargains. A few older wines were sold at the Bernkasteler Ring auction, and of particular note were Kerpen’s 2001 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Auslese*, and von Beulwitz’s 1999 Kaseler Nies’chen Auslese***

The results can be viewed here, and you can find the lovely selection we came away with here.

Wines can be purchased by the bottle or by the case if available.

Prices are in sterling ib, and include shipping and broking fees.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

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