Perrier-Jouët Cuvée Belle Epoque Rosé 1995
Not in original carton
12 bottles per lot
Type: Sparkling Wine
Grape: Chardonnay/Pinot Noir
From a Private Collection
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United Kingdom law requires that you must be at least 18 years of age to purchase alcoholic beverages. In order to register to bid, you must be at least 18 years old.
Examination of Property:As a prospective buyer, you are strongly advised to examine personally any lot on which you are interested in bidding, before the auction takes place. All viewings are by appointment only at our warehouse facility at Octavian Vaults in Corsham, and must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance. To arrange an appointment, please contact Christie’s Client Services at firstname.lastname@example.org. Neither Christie’s nor the seller provides any guarantee in relation to the nature of the property. The property is sold “as is.”
Bidding increments for this sale are as follows:
£0 to £300 by £20s
£300 to £1000 by £50s
£1,000 to £2,000 by £100s
£2,000 to £3,000 by £200s
£3,000 to £5,000 by £200, £500, £800 (i.e. £4,200, £4,500, £4,800)
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£100,000 to £200,000 by £10,000s
above £200,000 to repeat in the same manner as set forth above.
Additional charges, including buyer’s premium, value added, sales or compensating use tax or equivalent tax, any and all shipping expenses, including costs, packing and handling, any loss damage liability fees, and all other applicable charges will apply.
In addition to the hammer price (final bid price) of each lot, the winning bidder will be responsible for a buyer's premium for each lot of wine sold. The buyer’s premium is equal to 17.5% (seventeen and one-half percent) of the hammer price of each lot. Valued Added Tax or any other applicable taxes will be collected before the lot can be released. It is the buyer’s responsibility to ascertain and pay all taxes due.
For international buyers, the terms of sale are Delivered Duty Unpaid (DDU) and duty and sales tax will be the sole responsibility of the buyer to be paid prior to shipment.
The winning bidder will also be responsible for any and all shipping or delivery expenses, including costs of packing, handling and loss damage liability. Christie’s will provide loss damage liability for purchased lots when arrangements are made for such lots to be shipped to the winner bidder. Christie’s will charge 1% of the purchase price, and such charge will cover only loss, theft, damage or breakage, and not any other changes to the wines during shipment.
You must pay the full amount due (comprising the hammer price, buyer’s premium, any applicable value added, sales or compensating use tax or equivalent tax, any and all shipping expenses, including costs, packing and handling, any loss damage liability fees and all other applicable charges) no later than 11:59 p.m. (GMT) on Thursday, 11 August, 2016. This applies even if you wish to export the lot and an export license is, or may be, required. You will not acquire title and own the lot until all amounts due to Christie’s have been received by Christie’s in full, cleared funds.
We will accept credit cards with a MasterCard, Visa, Discover (including Diners Club International and JCB), American Express or China Union Pay (if the China Union Pay credit card has a Visa or MasterCard logo) logo. Christie’s will only accept payment from the registered bidder – individual or entity.
COLLECTION AND DELIVERY:
All wines are held at Octavian Vaults in Corsham, UK. Octavian/Christie’s will store those purchased wines that are paid for in full by the payment deadline free of charge until either the relevant deadline for shipment, at which time purchases will be either be shipped or collected at your expense and pursuant to the instructions you provided at time of payment. Payment for your purchase, including any applicable charges for shipping, and a provision of your final shipping destination, must be submitted to Christie’s by the payment deadline to qualify for this extended free-of-charge storage.
If you wish to arrange for collection of your purchases, you must indicate that at time of check-out. Collection appointments must be made 48 hours in advance and no collections are permitted during the weekend or after business hours. A notification will be sent to the email address provided at registration confirming successful payment and with further instructions to schedule your collection from our warehouse. You must ensure that the lots will be collected by a person at least 18 years of age. For enquiries regarding collection, contact Christie’s Client Services at email@example.com.
If you wish to have your purchases shipped either domestically or internationally, you must indicate that at the time of check-out by providing a valid shipping address. Shipments will be initiated within 5 days from the time of payment clearance to the address you provide at check-out. Purchases cannot be delivered to P.O. boxes. For enquiries regarding post-sale shipping, contact Christie’s Client Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any wines collected, delivered or shipped to you or your agent must be received and signed for by an adult who is of legal age in compliance with local laws.
Any lots not arranged for shipment or collection by 22 September 2016 will be stored at Christie’s dedicated warehouse or, at our discretion, at any other place of storage, at a cost of £10 plus VAT per case or part case per calendar month. If the lot remains for more than 6 months without prior arrangements, we reserve the right to resell the lot on such terms as we shall think fit and to deduct from the net proceeds of sale charges for removal, storage, handling, and any other costs incurred, together with all other amounts due to Christie’s.
For any post-sale inquiries, contact Christie’s Client Services at email@example.com.
Limitation on Shipment:
The shipment and importation of wine is subject to limitations and restrictions imposed by various states and countries. Various jurisdictions – both within and outside of the United Kingdom – may prohibit the importation or limit the quantity of wine that may be shipped into other jurisdictions. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to determine before bidding at auction whether wines can be shipped into any state or jurisdiction or be legally exported from the United Kingdom or imported into any foreign country and the legal obligation or responsibility to obtain any required permits or license on behalf of the buyer prior to shipment. It is the buyer’s responsibility to abide by any customs regulations and required declarations for international shipments.