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The auction house will be selling 16,889 bottles in Hong Kong from March 29 to 31 featuring more than 250 lots of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, known as DRC, the most coveted Burgundy wines spanning more than five decades.
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In the latest sign that Chinese thirst for top wines is returning, Sotheby’s is offering a single-owner wine collection estimated to sell for as much as a record $26 million.